Small Mediums at Large

Small Mediums at Large

The True Tale of A Family of Psychics

Book - 2004
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Penguin Putnam
A Six Feet Under-style story of a family of psychics by one of America's most trusted clairvoyants.

Most weekends in the 1950s, the Iacuzzo house in Buffalo, New York, was filled with adults and children from around the neighborhood. If Mary Iacuzzo wasn't yelling at the women to stop hanging on to cheating husbands, then the neighborhood kids were screaming and running from the messages daughter Rosemary was delivering from dead relatives. Son Frank recounted his dreams-which often came true-as he prepared his younger sisters for school each morning. Terry, the youngest, obsessively began counting tiles and tracing patterns in an attempt to cope with the mass of information about other people's lives that flooded her tiny being. And from behind the bar of his restaurant, their father doled out predictions on everything from horse races to politics.

This is the ordinary and extraordinary Sicilian family out of which sprang one of the country's most prominent psychics, Terry Iacuzzo, who has such a high-powered client list that it will remain a secret till her dying day. It's the story of the spiritual underground of 1960s and 1970s New York City. It's the story of the birth of a great seer. As Marisa Tomei has said, Terry Iacuzzo's "life has to be a movie."

Baker & Taylor
A practicing clairvoyant describes growing up in a colorful family of psychics in Buffalo, New York, profiling the diverse members of her extraordinary Sicilian family, their unusual talents, and their influence on her life and later career. 35,000 first printing.

Blackwell North Amer
Meet the Iacuzzos, an extraordinary Sicilian-American family, all gifted with remarkable psychic powers. In a 1950s working-class neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, their household was filled with neighbors seeking advice and children looking for thrills. While mother Mary Iacuzzo was yelling at women to stop hanging on to the husbands she "knew" were cheating, the kids were screaming and running from daughter Rosemary, who was delivering messages from dead relatives. Meanwhile, at father Andy's restaurant, customers profited from the infallible betting tips he seemed to draw out of thin air. Everyone marveled when brother Frank's prophetic dreams came true. Terry, the youngest daughter, acutely observed the details of everything and everyone around her, as she tried to ground herself against the tide of feelings and experiences of past, present, and future that swept over her simultaneously.

Baker
& Taylor

In a memoir of growing up in a family of psychics, the author recounts her experiences in the gay and New Age subcultures of New York City in the 1960s and 1970s, her excessive drug use, and her work as a psychic advising VIP clients.

Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2004
ISBN: 9780399152351
0399152350
Characteristics: 351 p. ; 24 cm

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