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World's Top Psychics Analyze The Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo

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This week, the Outer Limits Of Inner Truth Radio Show (www.outerlimitsradio.com) will perform a forensic soul analysis on “Long Island Medium,” Theresa Caputo. In addition to be analyzed by the Virtues (Psychic Medium Kerrie O’Connor, Psychic Lisa Caza, Past Life Reader & Psychic Laura Lyn, and Astrologer Constance Stellas), we will be interviewing Paranormal Skeptic Investigator, Ron Tebo. Tebo’s conclusion to his investigations into Caputo opens the door to many questions.

We chose to focus on Ms. Caputo because she is a public figure who is impacting many lives through her work. 

Is her impact more positive than negative?
Does she legitimately have a gift of unique perception?
Can she actually communicate with the dead?
Why do some people love her and some people disdain her?

We’re going to explore all these questions and all sides of Ms. Caputo in a respectful manner. We are neither her cheerleader nor are we her judger of action. We are simply explorers of consciousness.  

The conclusion you come to after this show is of your own.

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Long Island Medium is an American reality television series on TLC that debuted on September 25, 2011. Based in Hicksville, New York, the series stars Theresa Caputo as she claims to be a medium who can communicate with the deceased. The series follows her life as she juggles clients and her family.

Caputo's claims have been deemed fictitious by multiple sources, ranging from persons such as magician James Randi, print publications such as Wired,[1] and television news programs like Inside Edition.[2][3] Both Caputo and TLC have been criticized for profiting from what some consider a "charlatan"whose claims are "not true."

 

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