Jack Osbourne's Horrifying Discovery While Filming A Paranormal Investigation In Utah For New SyFy Television Series Haunted Highway. Read The Full Story Here HauntedSociety.com Paranormal News
Sunday, June 24th, 2012
Article By: Phillip Brunelle
HOLLYWOOD, CA -- While the new television series Haunted Highway is preparing for its July 3rd, 2012 premier on the SyFy Network, the show has been filming in several U.S. cities. During some of their recent filming in Utah, Jack Osbourne, starring paranormal investigator of Haunted Highway, made a horrifying discovery... and it wasn't a ghost.
"I was filming a TV show in Utah, and I had to do some scuba diving at night in a cold lake," Jack Osbourne explained. "When I came out, I had a headache, so I went back to the hotel to sleep. The next day, the vision in my right eye started going in and out of focus. Later that evening, a black dot appeared in the same eye. When I woke up the next day the dot had turned into a cigar shape, and eventually it turned into a big blind spot in the middle of my eye."
Jack Osborne said that he was seen by his doctor as soon as he returned to Los Angeles after filming the episode of Haunted Highway in Utah. Osbourne's doctor referred him to the Cedars Sinai Hospital, where he was shocked to hear the doctors diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis is a central nervous system disease that affects the control and strength of the body's muscles, and impairs balance, vision and brain function. It's unclear at this time what stage of Multiple Sclerosis Jack Osbourne has been diagnosed with.
News of his diagnosis comes two weeks after the birth of Jack Osbourne's daughter, Pearl Clementine, who Osbourne said is a very happy and healthy newborn baby. "I was just angry and frustrated and kept thinking, 'Why now?'" Osbourne said. "I've got a family and that's what's supposed to be most important."
As of right now, it's expected that Jack Osbourne will continue filming for the new television series Haunted Highway, which premiers on the SyFy Network on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012. However, once Jack Osbourne gets a full understanding of his Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis, the stage and treatment required, the disease very well could determine the future of Osbourne's continuation with his starring role on the new paranormal investigation television show.
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