Cindy Kaza is a clairvoyant (clear seeing), clairaudient (clear hearing), and clairsentient (clear feeling) who works across the country as an evidential medium. Evidential mediumship is a style of mediumship practiced around the world that puts heavy weight on the medium’s ability to bring through extremely specific evidence to the sitter. This evidence can include but is certainly not limited to, names, personality traits, physical ailments, favorite past times, and phrases often used by loved ones in spirit.
The purpose of this style of mediumship is to diminish skepticism among sitters and to prove that the medium is truly connecting with the client’s loved ones in spirit. She had her first experience at 10 years old after a good friend of hers died. She woke up to see her friend in her room, but she just decided it was just a dream. In her twenties, she realized she was having psychic and mediumistic experiences.
She began training not only in the United States but also at the Arthur Findlay School of Intuitive Sciences in Stansted, England. She believes in compassionately sharing her gift with others while also opening up others to the gifts they too possess and that everyone is inherently intuitive and able to feel Spirit!
Cindy Kaza was born on November 22, 1980, in Plymouth, New Hampshire. She is married to Rich Redmond, touring/recording drummer with multi-platinum recording artist Jason Aldean, and currently resides in Nashville and Los Angeles.
A lot of people don’t know this about me, but in a past life (just a different life within this lifetime) I was a singer in band.Cindy Kaza
Her newest television series is “Ghosts of Devils Perch” where the team of paranormal investigators – led by investigator Dave Schrader, psychic medium Cindy Kaza, and equipment technician Shane Pittman heads to Butte, Montana, to help its residents break free of their fear.
The previous series was “The Holzer Files” where they revisit Holzer’s most captivating cases. With the help of Holzer’s daughter, Alexandra Holzer, and researcher Gabe Roth, the team picks up where Holzer left off to re-examine the terrifying hauntings that he dedicated his life to researching. I first saw her on Jack Osbourne’s show “Portals to Hell”.