Atlanta Is Long Island Medium’s Biggest Group Reading Ever @ The Fox Theatre
‘I only have three gifts: talking to dead people, working my iPhone and picking out shoes,’ told fans Wednesday night at the . She also had rules. ‘Please don’t yell at me – Spirit will guide me to you.’
It was the largest group reading the Long Island Medium had ever done.
In the audience of ‘Theresa Caputo Live!‘ were her husband Larry (in a suit) walking up and down the aisles before the show greeting fans, and Monte Durham from ‘Say Yes to the Dress‘ (above) who helped Caputo pick out her outfit.
‘Are you always finding feathers?’
Caputo said it was her first time in Atlanta, and the Fox Theatre was the largest venue she has appeared at so far. ‘I love Southern hospitality, ya’ll! I’m working on my accent,’ she said with a thick Long Island twang.
Next Caputo ‘channeled’ , or at least did an impression of her. ‘Isn’t she from Georgia? Sugar Bear! I’m plugging everyone’s show but my own! Next I’ll be Breaking Amish,’ she laughed.
The night was filled with tears. Lots of tears. Out of the thousands of people at the Fox, Caputo was mostly guided to those who were in severe emotional pain from losing a loved one.
There was no way she could have known who, until they stood up and immediately began crying. Most were close to someone who was murdered, died tragically or left unanswered questions. Some could barely speak. Some did not want to speak, until Caputo prodded them.
‘I’m staring right at your face, and there’s a spirit standing behind you,’ she told one lady. ‘It has to be you. Spirit is trying to communicate!’
‘I can’t! I have to sit down…’
‘Are you always finding feathers?,’ Theresa asked one woman who’s husband had recently passed away. Just as the woman replied, ‘I’m finding feathers everywhere,’ a bit of confetti fell from the ceiling and landed right on her.
‘I can’t!’ Theresa exclaimed. ‘I have to sit down. This is what’s so great about Spirit. Just when I think my readings can’t get any better, something like this happens.’
‘Did someone’s daughter die in a fire?,’ Caputo asked another area. Two women stood up near each other. ‘I’m going to piggyback off both of you. Sometimes Spirit groups together so we can get a better reading,’ she explained.
‘Theresa!’ someone yelled from the balcony, proving the Long Island Medium could get snappy. ‘You yell at me and I send your loved ones to the back of the room!’ Caputo yelled back.
When another woman yelled out her name, Theresa shot her an evil eye: ‘I asked you not to yell at me. But for some reason, Spirit is telling me to talk to you so I’m going to make an exception.’
‘Did you just get the chills?’
With the close seating, Caputo had to ask general areas of the audience ‘Who lost a child?’ or ‘Who’s husband was murdered?’ The questions seemed broad, until she zeroed in on one person and nailed specifics.
‘I don’t want to give broad answers – I want Spirit to validate things for me. What’s with the necklace?,’ she asked an audience member. ‘It has my husband’s name on it and I never take it off my body,’ the woman replied.
Caputo suffered from severe anxiety growing up. On a recent episode of ‘Long Island Medium,’ she revealed that as a child, she saw a man who looked ‘homeless’ walking back and forth outside whispering her name.
On the show we also met Caputo’s spirit guide, who was recently diagnosed with cancer and was in the Atlanta audience Wednesday night. ‘Without her I would have gone crazy,’ Caputo said.
‘Did you just get the chills?’ she asked a young lady who had lost a loved one. ‘Yes, suddenly I’m freezing,’ she replied. ‘And it’s hot in here! And I’m wearing a sweater.’ ‘Just know that he is with you,’ Caputo said. ‘That’s his way of letting you know he’s here.’
‘Don’t ignore coincidences and feelings,’ Caputo told the audience before she left. ‘That is Spirit communicating with us.’
And with that, The Long Island Medium and her new ‘Say Yes to the Dress’ dress boarded a tourbus and headed to Charlotte for a show on Thursday.
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