TICKET ALERT: Medium Theresa Caputo Returns to Coral Springs

By Sharon Aron Baron

Reconnect with past loved ones in what could be a life-changing experience when Theresa Caputo returns to the Coral Springs Center for the Arts.

Also known as the Long Island Medium and the series with Lifetime “Raising Spirits,” Caputo is a New York Times best-selling author who returns on Sunday, April 14. Tickets go on Sale Friday, February 9.

Caputo claims that she has been seeing, feeling, and sensing a “spirit” since she was four,  but it wasn’t until she was in her 20s that she learned to communicate “with souls in heaven.”

After suffering from debilitating anxiety and trying to manage it on her own and with a therapist for years, her mother introduced her to a spiritual healer and teacher named Pat Longo.

According to Caputo, “After just one session, she told me that I was suppressing “spirit’s” energy, which caused a lot of my anxiety, and helped me learn to channel it through my chakras and release it with my words. I began to heal and come into my own.”

When she accepted her gift, she used it to deliver healing messages that would help people learn, grow, and embrace life, according to Caputo.

She has been a practicing medium for over 20 years and tours the country with her live show “Theresa Caputo Live The Experience.”

In 2022, during an appearance by Caputo in Coral Springs, a Coral Springs resident had an opportunity to speak to her younger sibling one more time.

Meryl Katlin’s brother passed away and was found at the bottom of a pool in Boca Raton.

During the show, Caputo glanced at Meryl, walked right over to her, looked down, and said, “I see a younger brother.”

“It’s me,” Meryl replied.

The medium asked her to stand up.

Caputo mentioned earlier she might experience some of the physical sensations that the departed have felt. So, when she said, “I feel the water in my mouth and throat. I can’t breathe,” she told her that her brother had died in the swimming pool.

“So, there wasn’t my name on the ticket anywhere that Caputo could look up and know that Meryl Katlin was going to attend; Google me and find out any information about me,” she said.

Katlin went with a friend, Lori Alhadeff, Broward County School Board Member, who lost her daughter Alyssa in the Parkland massacre.

“I was wearing a t-shirt that said, “Live for Alyssa,” hoping that Lori would have the experience with Theresa,” she explained.

Caputo explains how she received her information. “…It’s hard to put into words because I see, hear, and feel things differently than we do in the physical world.”

She said the “spirit” mostly speaks to her through a sixth sense—a feeling and knowing. When she gets information, it feels like a very strong intuition or recall.

Ticket prices are $58.30 – $149.25. Visit Coral Springs Center for the Arts online starting Friday at 10:00 a.m. Personal readings are not guaranteed.

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Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron
Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs and the rest of South Florida.

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