Transcript for 'Long Island Medium' Theresa Caputo on Connecting With Lost Loved Ones
theresa caputo is the star of the hit reality show, "long island medium." She has a special skill, she says she speaks to dead people. We can all learn how the connect are loved ones. Linzie janis spent the day with her. There was a father energy that stepped forward and a mother energy. Reporter: That thick accent. Those long nails. That incredible ability she says she has to talk to dead people. Did he die the night you got married? Yes. Reporter: Theresa caputo has already wowed viewers. Are you excited? You are? Reporter: And now, she says, we, too, can communicate with lost loved ones. In her new book, "there's more to life than this" she's teaching us how. Random things happening. Embrace them. Reporter: She sat down were cheesecake and coffee with me at juniors. She's passing on what she says she knows about the afterlife. It is total peace. There's no hate. No anger. No bitterness the. From the moment the soul leaves the physical body, not only is it greeted by loved ones. We leave any disabilities or ailments with the physical body. Reporter: She's regularly distracted. This is weird. I just totally got that somebody was not able to go to someone's funeral. Reporter: Then a get a surprise raegd. She says my father is speaking to her. Did you live in another state? He just said no regrets. Whatever that might be. Reporter: I lived in london for 13 years. I wasn't back living in the u.S. When he died. And she doesn't stop there. Sit you? Reporter: First, she turns to our producer, melissa, who also lost her dad. Touching his hair. Rubbing his head. He says, I was not afraid. I knew he wouldn't be. Reporter: Then these women eating lunch. Nice to meet you. Reporter: She has a message from loretta's late husband. Did he always wear a hat? He's such a gentleman. He goes, look at this. Usually women change that porkt books four times. He changed his hat four times. He's got a fe dodora on. I'm like, what is that? He worked for -- he worked for who? He worked for -- shut the front door. That's crazy. Reporter: She says before you shut the door on her, consider how could she have known about those hats? For "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. Love that long island accent. "There's more to life than this" is many stin stores tomorrow. And the new season starts
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