TELEGRAM: Psychic Medium Matt Fraser returns to Mechanics Hall

TELEGRAM: Psychic Medium Matt Fraser returns to Mechanics Hall

By Richard Duckett
Telegram & Gazette Staff

WORCESTER — When Matt Fraser walks into Mechanics Hall on Sunday for his event “Psychic Medium Matt Fraser LIVE,” you might wonder if he picks up on any vibrations from the venerable building that’s over 160 years old.

Actually, Fraser has been to Mechanics Hall before. “Spirit is always present, but when I walk in I’m hearing more from the people than the building,” he said. In particular, he said he’s hearing from “the souls in the audience.”

Sometimes Fraser said he’ll hear from them before an event, because they know a loved one is planning to attend and they urgently want to send a message. “A father passed away before he got to say goodbye … I feel like a messenger delivering all these messages from heaven,” Fraser said.

Fraser, 27, is from Rhode Island, where he still lives, and said he initially suppressed his sixth sense of being able to see and hear the dead.

“It started with my grandmother. My grandmother was a medium, so was my mom. It was considered taboo … Later in my teens I realized they (spirits) were coming to me because I could see them and hear them.”

Fraser got a job as an EMT in Boston, but out of curiosity “I saw a medium for myself. I realized I didn’t have to be an EMT to help people. I could use this and help people emotionally. Word traveled quickly. I had to leave my full-time job.”

Fraser is the author of “The Secrets to Unlocking Your Psychic Ability” and been featured on NBC Morning News, Fox News, CBS Radio and many other media outlets. His website states, “Matt passionately believes that his job as a psychic medium is not only to help those connect with their loved ones but to help inspire and encourage others to embrace and be thankful for all the blessings that life has to offer.”

At his events, Fraser said he finds that both the living and the spirits of the departed are seeking validation and closure.

For the living, “I don’t ask for information,” he said. “I will literally see a soul standing behind somebody. I try to ask spirit for information that no one else will know.”

There is often humor during the proceedings as “people remember the good times with their loved ones,” Fraser said.

Deceased loved ones in the spirit would “watch over every part of our life. Many times they send signs to let us know that they are with us.”

But it is not everyone who had a good relationship with a deceased relative in this life. “Many times if someone didn’t have a good relationship, it’s really about healing, comfort and closure. Some of them are apologetic. Sometimes it’s that there’s a misunderstanding.”

Regarding his faith, Fraser said, “I was born and raised Catholic. I guess now I would consider myself more spiritual.”

His perception of the afterlife is “an energy plane. No more pain. Everyone’s united and there’s peace.”

Asked if there’s a hell, Fraser said, “I’ve never communicated with anyone in hell. All I’ve been told is God has a divine way of handling those who did wrong in their life.”

Fraser acknowledged that skeptics are a part of the life of a psychic medium.

“Skeptics are always welcome,” he said of attending his events. “A lot of times it’s the skeptical ones who receive a message. It’s an eye-opening experience for them.”

THE OBSERVER: Believe it or not, Matt Fraser Connects

THE OBSERVER: Believe it or not, Matt Fraser Connects



Whether or not psychic medium Matt Fraser can channel the voices of the dead is a subject I’ll allow the pundits on the web to debate ad infinitum.

Since, I didn’t have the chance to have a reading from Matt Fraser at his Jan. 6 appearance at Foxwoods Resort Casino, I can’t judge how his words lined up with my own experiences.

But, if you were looking for a scam artist in action at the Grand Pequot Ballroom, Fraser didn’t appear to fit the bill. Yes, he shilled his book and autographs at the end of the afternoon.

However, mostly what I saw, was a young man facilitating a conversation with women and men who are hurting.

Fraser’s arrival at the casino was an opportunity for those gathered to speak about a common human experience– the grief people feel after someone has died. It also tapped into the desire for many to believe there is something more to life than birth and death— a desire that buoys all of our religious institutions.

The guests were the true heart of Fraser’s appearance. There were many moments where I found myself on the edge of tears as the guests– who were primarily women – shared their stories of loss and how they longed to hear from their husbands, fathers, mothers, sisters, and brothers. The grief in the room was palpable and jarring in its familiarity. The stories shared easily could be the stories of you or me.

Fraser is a charming young man. He is funny when there is a need to calm the nerves of those he says the spirits urge him to address. He is serious when the messages he must convey are serious. He expresses compassion when the grief of his subject is too overwhelming.

Setting aside his psychic abilities, Fraser appears to be a shrewd judge of human nature. He is able to cajole people to express emotions that may have been bottled up for too long.

And Fraser’s spirit seems genuine.

Sometimes when we are hurting, we need to talk. We may turn to a therapist. We may turn to the clergy. We may turn to a sibling. We may turn to a bartender. We may turn to a strange.

If there was any value of Fraser’s appearance Jan. 6, it was that people were given the chance to talk about their pain. And if you believed in Fraser’s abilities, there was someone listening from beyond who truly cared.

Matt Fraser will be making the following local appearances over the next six months. For details, go to

REPUBLICAN AMERICAN: World has changed allowing psychic to share his gift

REPUBLICAN AMERICAN: World has changed allowing psychic to share his gift


When psychic Matt Fraser’s grandmother and mother grew up, he said it was a different world.

Both women were psychic, he said. But in the 1950s and 1960s, when his grandmother was growing up, and later when his mother was growing up, there was no social media, or internet. Without those avenues, the women didn’t have any way to learn about what they were experiencing or to help others understand it.

So although both his grandmother and mother had the gift, Fraser said they kept it secret. They never spoke about it, he said.

Fraser said his grandmother kept the revelation so close to her chest that even her own husband, Fraser’s grandfather, had no idea that she had the gift.

Fraser said his mother feared “they would call her crazy.”

Since this was something both women did not want to discuss, Fraser said they did not use their gifts professionally or with family or friends.

Times changed, however, as Fraser, now 27, grew up. And these days, he shares his psychic abilities on radio and television as well as live appearances across the country.

And he will be appearing at Foxwoods Resort Casino in a public event on Jan. 6.

Fraser said his ability to reach to the other side started to reveal itself from ages 3 to 5.

But, he said, his gift began to find focus when his grandmother passed away and he began to converse to her from the other side. “That was my first true connection.”

The conversations with his grandmother became regular occurrences. He said his mother told him that many of the conversations he recalled for her were quite detailed. She figured the conversations could not be imagined.

As he got older, Fraser said he wasn’t just speaking with his grandmother. “Other souls would come to me.”

Fraser said he would see people standing at the end of his bed. They weren’t just ghostly apparitions or silhouettes but fully formed. “It was very real to me.”

However, Fraser said he didn’t think he was psychic. Since he had no perspective on the gift, he thought the house was haunted. It wasn’t until he realized the appearances of these souls were specific to him, that he had an inkling he was psychic.

But Fraser said he didn’t embrace this gift. “I was pushing it away.” Seeing these souls and hearing voices were “scary.”

In a way, Fraser said, he initially missed his calling. He knew he wanted to help people. But instead of using his gift, he trained to be an emergency medical technician.

But still the souls spoke to him, said Fraser. Trying to get a handle on what was happening, and since his mother refused to give him insight into her abilities, he went to a psychic for the perspective he needed.

Finally, Fraser said, he learned about what his gift meant.

“It changed my life,” he said.

Initially, said Fraser, he only did readings for close friends. The questions were simple, such as, who would they marry.

“I didn’t really know what I was doing,” Fraser said.

But then word spread, he said. The parents of his friends would ask for readings. From there, he said the parents began to organize group readings for Fraser. The questions became more urgent. Then he was called in to speak on radio programs and started making appearances on national television.

“I realized this could be my job,” said Fraser.

“Heaven has led me on this journey,” said Fraser.

When he does readings, Fraser said there are questions that typically arise. The first thing they want to know is if their loved one is okay. He said they are seeking some sort of closure.

Fraser said clients also want to know if their loved ones can see what is happening in their lives. They want to know if their loved ones can see the choices they make and if they are close by.

At events such as the one at Foxwoods, Fraser said he selects as many people as he can—but not all—to help reconnect with loved ones who have passed to the other side.

“I never know what the message will be,” said Fraser.

When audiences leave the appearance, Fraser said, he wants them to walk out with a sense of hope, renewal, and inner peace— even if they weren’t selected by Fraser that night.

“They’re not alone,” said Fraser. “Their loved ones are just a thought away.”

Matt Fraser will appear in the Grand Pequot Ballroom at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket on Sunday, Jan. 6 at 2 p.m.

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NEXT on SCENE: A Real Life Psychic Medium

NEXT on SCENE: A Real Life Psychic Medium

Who’s NEXT? Television Psychic Medium, Matt Fraser! Matt is an internationally-renowned psychic medium and best-selling author of The Secrets to Unlocking Your Psychic Ability.

We had such an inspiring show with this talented rockstar.

Booked two years out, Matt is traveling globally to offer intimate readings from the states to Australia!

Over Matt’s dynamic career, he has conducted thousands of readings for clients around the world, performed at sold-out events across the country, and appeared on numerous televisions shows and media outlets… all with the mission of reconnecting friends and family with the spirits of those who are no longer with us.

We learned on the podcast how he connects with the other side. His positive energy is so assuring and comforting no matter what state you have been through. He also offers some great blogs on his site that you can access sooner then a reading that give great information and insight as well!



CT POST: Psychic medium Matt Fraser to appear at Foxwoods

CT POST: Psychic medium Matt Fraser to appear at Foxwoods

Matt Fraser is headed to Foxwoods Resort Casino to present his “Medium with a Message” event on Sunday, Jan. 6. His mission is to connect those who have passed with the loved ones they left behind.

Fraser says people who attend the two-hour event, which takes place in the Grand Pequot Ballroom, will find it to be an uplifting experience. The messages he’s asked to deliver often include names, dates and locations he couldn’t possibly know, the casino said. A psychic medium, Fraser likes to use his gifts to help people find a sense of peace, and feels it’s an honor to be able to do what he does.

He has been featured on television and radio shows. One thing Fraser often tells people is: “Don’t let grief rob you of joy.” He says remembering loved ones and sharing memories about them is a good way to feel their warm presence around you. He also recommends performing an act of kindness in their honor.

“When you’re feeling sad, it helps to get out and help others,” he says. “Focusing on those less fortunate gets you out of your own grief, and you can take things a step further by picking a charity that your loved was involved in and cared about. Plant a tree, help out at an animal shelter, bring toys to a children’s hospital – and while you’re at it, imagine how happy your loved one would be to have you carrying on their good work.”

Grand Pequot Ballroom at Foxwoods Resort Casino, 350 Trolley Line Blvd., Mashantucket. Sunday, Jan. 6, 2 p.m. $50-$45. 800-200-2882,

SI ADVANCE: Psychic Medium Matt Fraser brings his gift to Staten Island

SI ADVANCE: Psychic Medium Matt Fraser brings his gift to Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Matt Fraser says he’s been seeing dead people for as long as he can remember.

(Video by Bill Lyons)

Branding himself as a “medium with a message,” the 27-year-old psychic medium recently performed a live reading in the

Hilton Garden Inn, Bloomfield, as part of a cross-country tour.

“I think a lot of people come in positive because they’re very interested in hearing a message from a loved one,” said Fraser’s father, Rod. “Then you get people who are skeptical and then some who aren’t skeptics but they don’t know who Matt is and they’ve never been to a psychic. It’s always a mix.”

Fraser’s live reading on Staten Island was a testament to the mixed market. It was attended by 250 people; some were alone, others were with friends and family — but all came looking for answers and a chance to communicate with those they’ve lost.

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Fraser explained to those in attendance that he started his career as an emergency medical technician, but decided to use his gift of talking to the departed —

something he claims he’s been able to do since he was 4 years old — for good.

Before he made his way across the room, Fraser told the crowd: “Even if your loved one doesn’t come through to me, they are still with you. Look for their signs.”

“When souls first pass, it’s very hard to communicate with them,” he said. “You know, there’s a lot of paperwork to fill out,” he joked.


Rosemary Wenig of Sunnyside went in a skeptic and left a believer, saying Fraser nailed details about her father during the group reading.

“Things that he brought up are things he couldn’t have known from anywhere else,” she said. “I was totally in awe. I had goosebumps and, of course, he made me cry, but it was really wonderful.”

“I think he validated for quite a few people and I gotta say, he was better than most of the ones I’ve seen before,” said Linda Graves, another Staten Islander in the crowd.

Apparently, communicating with a lost loved one can be profitable. Fraser said there is a two-year wait for a private reading with him, and he recently announced dates for his seven-day “spiritual cruise” in 2019.