QOTD: The Long Island Medium Has Scientific Proof That Her Powers Are Real

March 17, 2017 / Posted by:

There’s article after article on the internet that claims Theresa Caputo, The Long Con Medium, I mean, The Long Island Medium is a shameless charlatan who is carrying on the late Sylvia Browne’s legacy by taking advantage of vulnerable and grieving sadlings. The Long Island Medium now has news for the non-believers. Science has proven that she has a gift, and no, that gift isn’t conning people while pretending to speak to the ghost of their loved one (aka her assistant spouting out info they found through Google while wearing a white sheet over their body).

The Long Island Medium was on Fox & Friends (via IBT) to whore out a new book and to talk about an episode of her TLC show where a “doctor” scanned her brain while she spoke to the spirits. To scan her brain, a “doctor” put a white cap with wires coming out of it over The Long Island Medium’s head. What’s really a scientific miracle is that there’s electrodes powerful enough to see through all those layers of hairspray, gel, pomade, mousse crust, weave pieces and the family of rats that lives up in there.

Jennifer Aniston’s face twin said that the scan showed that her brain flatlines (too easy) as she kikis with the citizens of the afterlife.

“They did find that I do access a part of my brain that we typically don’t and that my brain actually goes blank. It almost like it flat lines. Like, it’s clear as I’m channeling.

I always said that my brain doesn’t work like everyone else’s. I always said since I was a young child, ‘Mom, I don’t feel right. I don’t feel like I belong. I feel different.’”

Dlisted has EXCLUSIVELY gotten a hold of The Long Island Medium’s brain scan, and she’s only half right. Her brain doesn’t go blank when she channels, but a bright green brain wave of truth does appear:


And while I may not believe in The Long Island Medium’s ghost whispering skills, I do believe in her glamour skills. Here’s Theresa Caputo looking like the epitome of sophistication from that Nancy Grace on roids hair to that completely authentic Louis Vuitton pashmina to those gorgeous faux Yeti boots.

Pics: Splash, Brain Facts 

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