Long Island Medium Season 3 recap of ‚ÄúTheresa and the Tent‚ÄĚ found Theresa Caputo comforting a couple who lost a child, helping new home owners rid their house of any negative spirits and trying to overcome her fears of claustrophobia.
‚ÄúDo you know someone who lost a child?‚ÄĚ Theresa started. [Good guess, right!? ‚ÄĒ as it‚Äôs two young parents clearly distraught, but she knows more‚Ä¶] The couple confirmed that it‚Äôs their daughter who passed. ‚ÄúDo you have another daughter?… Who is the M name? Is another child in her room? ‚Ä¶ She shows me pink and then she shows me blue.‚ÄĚ
She [Theresa] is dead on. The couple does have another daughter, named Marisa, and after the death of Angelina they had a son, who now uses Angelina‚Äôs room. Theresa asked them if their baby is looking around a lot, as if talking to someone. They responded telling her he does. ‚ÄúPlease know he‚Äôs talking to his sister,‚ÄĚ she shared.
‚ÄúYou daughter showed me a symbol for a hole in her heart,‚ÄĚ Theresa told them. We learn that Angelina died from a very rare disease, which required open heart surgery in which she never recovered. ‚ÄúShe wants you to know that God came to her ‚Äď she said even a heart transplant would not have saved me.‚ÄĚ
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But it‚Äôs what Theresa explained next that left them anguished, yet at peace. Theresa said that Angelina was telling her, ‚Äúif I did not pass you would not have had my brother ‚Ä¶ ¬†So proud I was able to give the gift to my brother.‚ÄĚ The couple explained that they were prepared to give their lives to their daughter Angelina and her special needs, and would have never had another child had Angelina not passed.
Next, Theresa made a house visit to an expectant couple who recently purchased a home. When the couple found out that a death had occurred in the home they just purchased they wanted to cleanse it of any bad spirits before moving in and the birth of their baby.
While Theresa was saging the house to cleanse it from any negative energy, she picked up spirit presence. ‚ÄúWho is the son that died? ‚Ä¶Did he take his own life?‚ÄĚ We learn that the woman who had owned the house prior to the couple had a son who had committed suicide in the house. ‚ÄúHe‚Äôs here,‚ÄĚ Theresa announced. [Not necessarily good news to the new owners who were already freaked out about this.] Theresa asked them if they were concerned about this and the couple acknowledged it disturbed them. Theresa told them: ‚ÄúHe actually looked at me and said, ‚ÄėI would never harm anyone else. I just couldn‚Äôt find my place here in the physical world.‚Äô‚ÄĚ It‚Äôs was certainly what the couple needed to hear to feel better about moving into the home. Personally, I‚Äôd be calling my realtor looking for a For Sale sign ASAP.
The last spiritual connection involved a private reading with a man named Anthony at his home in Woodbury, New York. His mother passed two years ago, at age 67, from diabetes. Theresa asked him: ‚ÄúDo you still have an article of your mom‚Äôs clothing?‚ÄĚ Turns out that‚Äôs what Anthony had asked his departed mother to say to validate it was really her. Now here, I would have asked for something a bit more specific, as the chances of still having an article of clothing from someone close to you is pretty likely, and not something that really ‚Äúblews you away‚ÄĚ as Anthony thought. Specifics like the black snowman sweater with the red ribbon with a hole in the elbow. ‚ÄúI literally said this this morning, that if she mentions that one thing, I‚Äôll know that you are talking to mom,‚ÄĚ Anthony shared.
The episode ends with Larry‚Äôs overly staged idea of purchasing another tent (an idea that spawned when he found what appeared to be a brand new tent in his garage while he was cleaning it). So the Caputo clan went tent shopping, the Larrys pitched the tent in their backyard and then patiently tried to coax Theresa to scoot her behind into the tent ‚ÄĒ all in an effort to help her overcome her fears of claustrophobia. Apparently, Theresa has a fear of closed spaces ‚ÄĒ elevators, closets and tents. ‚ÄúThere‚Äôs no emergency exit on a tent!‚ÄĚ she warned.
‚ÄúThis is the whole purpose of doing it in the backyard. Face your fear and get in here,‚ÄĚ Larry yelled at Theresa, as his patience was tiring. ‚ÄúYou‚Äôre so frickin‚Äô dramatic, get your ass in here.‚ÄĚ As viewers wished for a spirit to seriously grab her and push her in that tent, Theresa did finally make the move and sat for a few seconds in the tent.