Watch Hollywood Medium Warn Alan Thicke About His Heart 3 Months Before His Death
Thicke's widow, Tanya, is now speaking out about the eerie premonition.
Alan Thicke's widow is speaking out after “Hollywood Medium” Tyler Henry made an eerie premonition that her husband would die from heart trouble.
“When it comes to a family and or gene perspective, it's possible that within your family there might be multiple men at a later age who deal with blood pressure issues but also a heart murmur or heart arrhythmia,” Henry told the Growing Pains star on his E! network show, Hollywood Medium Tyler Henry.
Three months after the taping of the show, Thicke suffered chest pains and collapsed while warming up for a hockey game.
His widow, Tanya, said despite Henry's reading, her husband didn't feel the need to get checked out. During the reading, he seems unconcerned because his family had no history of heart disease in his genes.
“He was skeptical about that,” she told Inside Edition.
But in hindsight, things are different.
“We see the episode now we all say 'coulda, woulda, shoulda,'” she said.
Two months after her husband's death, Tanya invited the psychic into her home to watch the reading.
“I watched it 12 times, I just wanted to see it again, wanted to see his face and eyes and it just didn't feel real that he was gone,” she said as tears ran down her face.
At age 69, the actor and his 41-year-old wife were planning to have a child through in vitro.
The “Hollywood Medium” predicted it wouldn't happen.
“Alan asked if he saw a child in Alan’s future and Tyler didn't,” she admitted.
The episode of Hollywood Medium Tyler Henry featuring Alan Thicke airs may 31st on E!
Thicke's widow is currently locked in a legal battle with his children. She's challenging a prenup she signed claiming it's invalid.
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