‘Long Island Medium’ Theresa Caputo had her brain tested to prove she has a gift


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Theresa Caputo was determined to prove the world she has a gift.

The 50-year-old star of TLC’s reality TV series, “Long Island Medium,” appeared on FOX & Friends Thursday where she recalled getting her brain tested by a doctor in front of cameras to show there was something different about her.

“They did find that I do access a part of my brain that we typically don’t and that my brain actually goes blank,” explained Caputo on what the medical scans showed while she was channeling. “It almost like it flat lines. Like, it’s clear as I’m channeling.”


Caputo said she was not surprised by the results.

“I always said that my brain doesn’t work like everyone else’s,” she explained. “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.’”

Caputo added that it wasn’t until her late 20s and early 30s when she fully realized her psychic abilities. Before then, she assumed anyone could speak to the dead just like her.

“I thought everyone saw what I was sensing and feeling,” said Caputo.


The celebrity medium has received backlash from some critics, questioning her reported abilities to communicate with the dead. However, the comments don’t phase Caputo, who insisted her goal is to help people move forward after tragedy.

“You know, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. But you speak to the people that I channeled their loved ones and it has changed their lives in a positive way,” she said. “And look, there are common things that spirits have me say. That’s not my fault that there are only so many different ways that people can die. Those things are common. But spirits talk about unique things that there’s no way I would know about.”

Taxi drivers in Japan report ‘ghost passengers’ in tsunami-ravaged area

File photo - Taxis are parked as drivers wait for customers on a road in Tokyo Aug. 3, 2009. (REUTERS/Stringer)

File photo – Taxis are parked as drivers wait for customers on a road in Tokyo Aug. 3, 2009. (REUTERS/Stringer)

A number of taxi drivers have reported seeing ‘ghost passengers’ in Ishinomaki in Japan’s Miyagi Prefecture, an area that was devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

Asahi Shimbun reports that Yuka Kudo, a senior at Tohoku Gakuin University majoring in sociology, interviewed more than 100 taxi drivers in Ishinomaki for her graduation thesis. Kudo asked the drivers whether they had any unusual experiences after the March 2011 disaster.

While many of the drivers ignored her or became angry, seven told the student about their strange experiences in the aftermath of the tsunami.

One driver, in his 50s, related a story about a woman who got into his cab near Ishinomaki Station. The woman told him to take her to the Minamihama district.  The driver then asked her “The area is almost empty. Is it OK?” The woman replied, in a shivering voice, “Have I died?”

When the driver looked back at his rear seat, no-one was there, according to the research.

Another driver, who was in his 40s, related how a man, apparently in his 20s, got into his cab and pointed toward the front. When the driver repeatedly asked the man for his destination, he replied “Hiyoriyama” (mountain). However, when the taxi arrived at the destination, the man had disappeared.

The seven drivers all started their meters for the “phantom journeys” according to the report. One driver showed Kudo his driver’s report, which noted an unpaid fare.

The magnitude 9.0 earthquake off the coast of Japan triggered massive tsunami waves, devastating parts of the country. More than 18,000 people lost their lives in the disaster.

Psychiatrists have identified “grief hallucinations” as a reaction to bereavement. A study published in 2007 by Agneta Grimby, a researcher at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, surveyed 14 men and 36 women during the first year after the death of a spouse. Post-bereavement hallucinations or illusions were very frequent and even “considered helpful,” according to the research.


Thousands See ‘Floating City’ Caught on Video: Report

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NEWSER) – Too much carbon pollution? Check. Lots of billionaires? Check. A giant city floating in the sky? Well, according to Chinese TV news channels, China recently had a massive metropolis hovering over the clouds that was spotted by thousands of people, the Daily Express reports. In fact, a similar floating city was seen in Jiangxi province just days after one appeared above Foshan in the Guangdong province. And comparable China sightings go back to 2011, the Inquisitr reports. Video of a recent sighting (available here) is being interpreted differently by meteorologists, conspiracy theorists, believers in other dimensions, and believers in the power of Photoshop.

According to meteorologists, such phenomena are caused by a mirage known as Fata Morgana. These are actually far-off objects like boats that appear as big as buildings when light rays bend while moving through various air temperatures. But some on the Internet are pointing to the conspiracy theory that NASA, using “Project Blue Beam”technology, will eventually simulate an alien attack or return of Jesus Christ, the Independent reports. “Interesting,” reads one comment. “What if it really is a city from a parallel universe? Or maybe a glimpse into the future.” Others, however, say the video is a Photoshopped hoax.

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