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Is this the ghost of
Wrestler Owen Hart? Could this be
his actual ghost making his entrance
from the rafters of the Kemper Arena
in Kansas City, Missouri Hart died
there March 23, 1999 during the WWF's
Over the Edge pay-per-view event.
Ghost Photo sent to us by Barry H.
Oswald. Oswald believes he has evidence
that he has real proof that the ghost
of Owen Hart haunts Kemper Arena.
Do you think this is the real ghost
of Owen Hart he asks? Barry H. Oswald
took his Real ghost photo with his
motorolla camera cell phone. Can Ghosts
be photgraphed as evidence with such
Barry H. Oswald
Youtube to paranormal web sites and
blogs every one is talking and keeping
alive the spirit of Wrestler Owen
Owen James Hart (May
7, 1965 – May 23, 1999) was
a Canadian professional wrestler who
was most known for his time in the
World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
Hart was born in Calgary, Alberta,
Canada the youngest of 12 children
to wrestling promoter Stu Hart and
Helen Hart. He was the younger brother
of professional wrestler Bret Hart.
Hart accumulated a multitude of championship
accolades during his career; he was
a two-time Intercontinental Champion,
one-time European Champion and four-time
World Tag Team Champion in the WWF
and a one-time World Heavyweight Champion
in the United States Wrestling Association
(USWA). Hart was also the winner of
the 1994 WWF King of the Ring. He
tragically died on May 23, 1999 when
an equipment malfunction occurred
during his entrance from the rafters
of the Kemper Arena in Kansas City,
Missouri at the WWF's Over the Edge
Owen Hart was survived
by Martha Joan Patterson in 1982 at
one of his father's wrestling events.
They married on July 1, 1989, and
they had two children Oje Edward Hart
who was born on March 5, 1992 and
Athena Christie Hart who was born
on September 23, 1995.
On May 23, 1999, Hart
fell to his death in Kansas City,
Missouri during the Over the Edge
pay-per-view event. Hart was in the
process of being lowered via harness
and rappel line into the ring from
the rafters of Kemper Arena for a
booked Intercontinental Championship
match against The Godfather. In keeping
with the Blazer's new 'buffoonish
superhero' character, he was to begin
a dramatic entrance, being lowered
to just above ring level, at which
time he would act "entangled",
then release himself from the safety
harness and fall flat on his face
for comedic effect -- this necessitated
the use of a quick release mechanism.
It was an elaboration on a Blue Blazer
stunt done previously on the Sunday
Night Heat before Survivor Series
1998. This time, something went wrong
with the stunt harness, apparently
triggering the release mechanism early
as he was being lowered. Hart fell
78 feet (24 meters) into the ring,
landing chest-first on the top rope,
approximately a foot from the turn
buckle, throwing him into the ring.
In Mick Foley's autobiography Have
a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks,
he claims that following the fall,
Owen attempted to sit up and did so
before falling back.
Owen had performed the stunt only
a few times before and was worried
about performing the stunt at Kemper
Arena due to the height involved (Owen
had a fear of heights). Owen's wife
Martha has suggested that, by moving
around to get comfortable with both
the harness and his cape on, Owen
unintentionally triggered an early
release. TV viewers at home did not
see the incident or its aftermath
-- at the moment of the fall, a pre-taped
vignette was being shown on the pay-per-view
broadcast as well as on the monitors
in the darkened arena. After, while
Owen was being worked on by medical
personnel inside the ring, the live
event's broadcast showed only the
audience. Meanwhile, WWF television
announcer Jim Ross repeatedly told
those watching live on pay-per-view
that what had just transpired was
not a wrestling angle or storyline
and that Hart was hurt badly, emphasizing
the seriousness of the situation.
Hart was transported to Truman Medical
Center in Kansas City, where he was
pronounced dead on arrival. Owen had
actually died while still being tended
to in the ring. The cause was later
revealed to be internal bleeding from
blunt chest trauma.
Owen Hart's Ghost
There have been recent reports of
the ghost of Owen haunting Kemper
Arena where he fell to his death at
Over The Edge. "Employees (at
Kemper Arena) have claimed to have
seen (Hart) in the rafters wearing
the costume he was wearing for his
gimmick," The Blue Blazer.
Rhode Island College student newspaper
wrote, "as well as the cable
before he began the descent. There
have also been reports of flickering
lights and other power sources that
seem to go on and off in some areas
of the arena." Also some claim
to hear him up their checking the
Reports of seeing him pacing the
floor where he died, as well as many
see him during events. If it is Owens
ghost then we all need to let him
move on to his rest. I personally
think so many expect to see him, His
Ghost that this is why his apparition
is seen and encountered. In truth
I think this is what we want to believe.
Bret Hart on Contact:
Talking With The Dead
Hart talks with a medium who communicates
with Bret's family members who have
Owen Hart haunts where he died, then
I wish he finds his peace very soon.
Kemper Arena American
Royal Center is a 19,500 seat indoor
arena in Kansas City, Missouri, USA,
that has hosted NCAA Final Four basketball
games, professional basketball and
hockey teams, the 1976 Republican
National Convention, a 1976 Paul McCartney
& Wings concert, and is the ongoing
host of the American Royal livestock
show. It was also in this arena that
wrestling superstar Owen Hart was
It is named for R. Crosby Kemper
Sr., a member of the powerful Kemper
financial clan and who donated $3.2
million from his estate for the arena.
On May 23, 1999, Kemper Arena hosted
the WWF (now WWE) pay-per-view Over
the Edge, where WWF superstar Owen
Hart fell to his death from the rafters
after attempting to descend while
in his super hero gimmick of The Blue
Blazer. A few months later, Owen's
brother, Bret Hart and longtime friend
Chris Benoit had a tribute match in
honor of Owen at Kemper Arena on WCW
Monday Nitro. In this very arena on
August 26, 1999, WWE debuted their
new show called SmackDown! on UPN.
On January 7, 2007, Kemper Arena hosted
its last major WWE event, New Year's
Revolution. On May 19, 2008, WWE Raw
returned to the Kemper Arena.
Auditions will be held on August
8, 2008 at Kemper Arena for the 8th
season of American Idol. The auditions
were going to be held originally at
the Sprint Center. This is the first
time KC will be holding auditions
for the mega hit television show.
Over the years, Kemper Arena has been
home to many large performances by
artists such as Michael Jackson,The
Backstreet Boys, Cher, Janet Jackson,
Christina Aguilera, Eric Clapton,
Elton John, Billy Joel, and the Foo
Fighters. In 2001, it was rumored
that Madonna had a date scheduled
at Kemper Arena for her Drowned World
Tour, but was later discovered as
Well, that has been the buzz in ghost
hunting forums and on pro wrestling
Web sites in recent weeks.
The talk began after a column in
a student newspaper in Rhode Island
suggested that there have been sightings
of the ghost of Hart in Kemper’s
The column, called “Haunted
America,” runs regularly in
The Anchor, a student newspaper at
Rhode Island College, and discusses
various ghost sightings and suspected
supernatural activities across the
country. We should note that the column
discussing the ghost story at Kemper
Arena had no attributions.
“Employees (at Kemper Arena)
have claimed to have seen (Hart) in
the rafters wearing the costume he
was wearing for his gimmick,”
the newspaper wrote, “as well
as the cable before he began the descent.
There have also been reports of flickering
lights and other power sources that
seem to go on and off in some areas
of the arena.”
Hart plunged 78 feet to his death
at Kemper Arena when the quick-release
mechanism on his harness opened as
he was lowered from a catwalk.
Mike Young, assistant general manager
at Kemper Arena, said he has received
some e-mail about the ghost story
from outside sources but not from
any of his employees.
“I haven’t had any employees
here talk to me about it,” Young
said. “I can’t speak for
all of them, but I haven’t noticed
anything unusual going on in the rafters.
But who knows?”
suggest that even ghosts need a power
supply, which may explain the flickering
lights at Kemper. Young has another
“We get about 300 power spikes
a year inside Kemper,” Young
said. “And KCPL has them all
documented. We’re on the same
power grid as downtown Kansas City,
so anytime there’s a spike there
or an accident or bad weather, we
get power surges ...
Oct 30, 2006 ... ECW, Extremist CM Punk joined Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson of Sci Fi's Ghost Hunters for an all-night, live investigation.
This haunted hotel inspired Steven King to write "The Shining" while he stayed in room 217, but it is room 418 that reports the most ghostly activity. Ghost Hunters Live revisited the notoriously haunted Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado for a real-time Halloween-night investigation. As the legend goes, Stephen King took up residence at the Stanley while writing his best-selling novel The Shining and the spooky goings on at the hotel reportedly served as the inspiration for his best-selling tome. Also joining in the past the Ghost hunters Jason and Grant did a special investigation with special guest from ECW (Extreme Championship Wrestling) - ghost hunting novice CM Punk! According to C.M. Punk, quite a few of the ECW guys have Ghost Stories. Punk believes he may have a Ghost in his house which he calls "Skeleton Bob".
Elijah Burke posted the following on his Myspace page regarding his appearance on "Ghost Hunters" on Sci-Fi.
up family? Hope all had a happy halloween. As for the Black Pope, mine was pretty uneventful until I added a little "Experience" to it, If you get my grip. Last nite, I appeared on Sci-fi's Ghost Hunter and had a very wonderful time with Jason, Grant, Steve and the whole crew. We filmed from Waverly Hills for 6 hours live! Now, im not one to walk around an abandoned/haunted building searching out ghosts, so it can get a little boring, but since I was there I tried to (within limitaions) liven it up as much as I could. Oh how I wanted to tell lyttle Timmy to "Walk Into The Light"! Lol
As you' saw from the show, it became pretty uneventful at times.....But not with YOUR Black Pope!? You ever stop to wonder why most of all the "Activity" was happening around Me? (You might have to think about that one)
My calling is to Entertain YOU, my fans. Whether I'm on ECW, GhostHunters or The Price is Right, if the camera's are rolling, I am On! So I hope I was able to add a little something special (The Bat, The touch on my back), especially for those who follow me weekly and to all of who wish to believe. And Remember, "SEEING IS BELIEVING!"
The Miz helped in a live investigation on the SciFi Channel on Halloween 2008 with the show Ghost Hunters.
Author of 49 books about history,
hauntings and the unexplained in America
for Whitechapel Press and Barnes &
Noble Press respectively. He is the
founder and president of the “American
Ghost Society”, a national network
of ghost hunters that collects stories
of ghost sightings and haunted houses
and uses investigative techniques
to track down evidence of the supernatural.
Taylor was born on September 24,
1966 in Decatur, Illinois, a Midwestern
city that is steeped in legend and
lore. Even the hospital in which he
was born is allegedly haunted by a
phantom nun! He grew up fascinated
with “things that go bump in
the night”, as well as the writings
of haunted travel writer Richard Winer
and legendary ghost hunter, Harry
Price. In school, Taylor was well-known
for his interest in the paranormal
and often took friends on informal
ghost tours of haunted places all
over downstate Illinois. He would
later turn this interest into his
In 1989, Taylor started working in
a bookstore and a few years later,
he wrote his first book on ghosts.
It was called Haunted Decatur and
delved into the ghosts and hauntings
of the city where he grew up. He also
created a tour that took guests to
places that he had written about in
the book. The book became an immediate
success and its popularity, along
with his previous experiences with
ghost hunting, established Taylor
as an authority on the supernatural.
The book and tour led to media and
public appearances and numerous requests
to investigate ghostly phenomena.
In 1996, Taylor organized a group
of ghost enthusiasts into an investigation
team and the American Ghost Society
was launched, gained over 600 members
in the years that followed. The organization
continues today as one of America’s
largest and most honored research
In 1998, Taylor moved his operations,
which now included the American Ghost
Society, a history and hauntings bookstore
and a publishing company called Whitechapel
Press, to Alton, Illinois, near St.
Louis. In Alton, Taylor started his
second tour company, Alton Hauntings,
which took guests to local haunted
places in the small Mississippi River
town. He would go on to put the place
on the map as “one of the most
haunted small towns in America.”
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