Jack Osbourne Shadows Black Star Canyon Myth

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It's unclear if hanging out in the pitch black in the Santa Ana Mountains is a way of treating a multiple sclerosis diagnosis, but Jack Osbourne did just that in his reality show role on Syfy's Haunted Highway.

The son of Ozzy (and new proud papa himself) donned night goggles to join partner Dana Workman to find out if a "Shadow Man" of some sort of legend, apparently, haunts creepy Black Star Canyon.

Now, I'm no Black Star Canyon expert, having mostly found myself there after getting lost. I've heard of pentagrams and satanic rituals and supposedly weird slayings going on in those hills about six miles from Silverado, but a Shadow Man? News to me.

Based on Tuesday night's episode, Workman believes Shadow Man reached out and touched her (while she was blindfolded . . . hmmm), while Osbourne is not so sure.

"It's not proof that there's a shadow person," he said. "It just proves that there's a shadow."

Here's the teaser:



Wonder how many Black Star Canyon bats gave Ozzy's boy the stink (blind) eye?

Haunted Highway airs Tuesday nights on Syfy. Each episode has Osbourne and Workman checking out one location where paranormal activity has been reported while a second team visits a different spot.

According to my system's grid, repeat showings of what they call the "Darkman of Standing Rock/Blackstar Shadow Man" episode are scheduled Thursday, Friday and Monday nights.

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Bill T.
Bill T.

Two belly laughs in one day, excellant job, thanks.

Matthew T. Coker
Matthew T. Coker

You are so wrong, Bill T. I just looked it up and the pictures that came back you would not believ... oh, check that: I was searching for rim jobs.

Bill T.
Bill T.

By the way, it's surprising how badly bent of a rim can be pulled back in by tensioning of the spokes. I used to know (longer than I like to remember) how to do it. Possibly look up "bike rim straightening", or somewhat.

Matthew T. Coker
Matthew T. Coker

That's because you inhaled second-hand smoke passing Nick's office.

Bill T.
Bill T.

dunno what happened to the formatting, looked fine before posting. hidden characters can be vexing,

Bill T.
Bill T.

"... ammonites ... help to relatively date the Holz Shale as late Cretaceous. Spectacularly large (two feet in diameter) specimens have been collected along the Eastern transportation Corridor in Bee Canyon." - Orange County Archaeology and Paleontology Guidelines, Procedures, and Policies Orange County Archaeology and Paleontology Guidelines, Procedures, and Policies (complete citation not available, apologies) TWO FEET!!!!! holy mackerals bat man!    =:-O

C Donahoe
C Donahoe

Having been out there at night in my teen years, I'm telling you right now the only thing you need to fear is your own imagination.

Makennaharrris
Makennaharrris

I'm going to black star tonight & scared out of my mind...

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