The third season finale of Hollywood Medium aired, and Tyler Henry sat down with La Toya Jackson to speak of the tragic passing of late music legend Michael Jackson.
It has been nine years, and a number of lingering questions have weighed heavily on La Toya's heart and soul.
As you'll see in the video below, she's sitting down with everyone's favorite adorable Medium for a very serious conversation about Michael's final thoughts.
Tyler Henry speaks of Michael Jackson, saying:
"He's acknowledging that he should not have been left alone at a time when he was left alone."
The circumstances of Michael's passing have been a source of speculation and uncertainty for nine years, now.
"And that's coming in. And that's what he's putting a lot of emphasis on."
But it isn't La Toya who is to blame.
"The person who should have been there to monitor wasn't monitoring."
Henry says that the message communicated to him was that the person charged with looking after Michael had abandoned him.
"And it's like 'I trusted you to be there, I trusted the role that you were supposed to have to help me, and you left.'"
La Toya asks: "Did something happen while he was abandoned?"
Tyler Henry answers, saying:
"It's the interesting thing with this ... because I feel like, when he was abandoned, that would have been an ideal time for him to try to reach 911, to try to call for help, to try to get help."
This is when he begins to describe Michael's final thoughts.
"At this time, he realized that something was wrong while he was alive."
"And that's when he was conscious and realizing something's wrong here."
But again, he laments -- or rather, says that Michael laments -- that there was no one there to help.
"But I just don't feel like he had someone to, like, say 'hey, I'm having a medical emergency.'"
La Toya summarizes:
"Right, no one was there to save him, yeah, okay."
Tyler continues, this time lapsing into first person.
"And so after I realize that something is going wrong in here, there is this feeling of ... oh, this medication kicks in."
But those medications, Tyler says, robbed Michael of his ability to seek help.
"I actually become affected by this medicine."
And then he describes a powerful feeling of panic.
"So it's kind of like, a feeling of like, oh my god, what do I do, I don't want to waste time, like clearly something is happening."
He says that it happened quickly.
"And this is happening very fast."
La Toya responds to her illuminating experience with Tyler, syaing:
"I think what hurts more than anything else is that, not only is there a need for someone to be there for him, but there was a trusted person ... and that person wasn't there."
Even though she's mourned and processed Michael's death, she's still crushed. She will always grieve him.
"And just to hear that, really, it tears you apart."
Even to this day, she's heartbroken over it.
"I wanted to just cry."
We hope that Tyler Henry's reading was able to bring her closure.
Obviously, Hollywood Medium is sometimes controversial with certain groups.
Some believe that Tyler Henry is perpetrating a fraud and should not be speaking to these people, no matter how much closure and peace it may bring them.
Others believe that he is very real, but that his readings are the work of dark forces (the devil) and that mediums should not be "glorified" on television.
But no matter what you believe, it's hard to see that he's doing any harm. In fact, he seems to bring a lot of peace and closure to a lot of people.
Check out the video of his conversation with La Toya. She clearly feels validated by his words.