In yesterday's chilling episode of Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry, viewers got a glimpse of Tyler trying to warn Alan Thicke about his deteriorating health. During the segment, the 20-year-old revisited the Thicke home to speak to and comfort widow Tanya Thicke, as well as take a look at the reading he gave Alan just three months before his passing, in what is possibly the most emotional Hollywood Medium episode yet.
As Tanya and Tyler watched Alan's August 31, 2016 reading, they, just like viewers at home, became teary-eyed as the medium continued to revert to talking about the late actor's health. He began, "For the men in your family it's really good to just take into consideration that blood pressure is going to be something that we really have to keep in mind."
"When it comes to like a family and a gene perspective, it's possible that within your family there might be multiple men who end up at a later age dealing with blood pressure issues, but also deal with either a heart murmur or heart arrhythmia. But I feel like that I have to kind of go to heart and this kind of correlates with blood pressure."
Chilling warning! Tyler continued by advising Alan, "So just kinda keep that in mind, I have a couple people who kind of came through and acknowledged passing in a bit of a similar sense and it's almost saying like, 'Keep in mind your own heart.' Because there's a man who was very stubborn who passed away and he acknowledges dying as a result of this heart problem. His message is, 'Don't be stubborn like I was.' And the feeling is like this is a strong guy, he's great, he's lovely, but he was really frustrated at the fact that he neglected this because this is something that could have be treatable had we just known about it."
The Growing Pains star reassured that there was "No history of heart disease in the family, well with the exception of my sister had a heart issue, had open heart surgery. Delighted that she's fine now, but can't get much more serious than that, just not a genetic line that we've known," although he passed from heart-related issues — a ruptured aorta and a stanford type A aortic dissection.
Tyler continued to urge, "So if you yourself notice blood pressure or a heart murmur, just see a doctor. But I feel almost like we have to really take this into consideration," before Alan jokingly (yet eerily) responded, "Thank you Dr. Henry, I'm gonna take that to heart." What do you think of Alan's emotional reading with Tyler? Sound off in the comments.