Is Comerica Park Haunted???

Comerica Park Big Tiger

If you’ve been to a Tigers game at Comerica Park in Detroit and also think you see a ghost, you may not be completely off-base. Field of Dreams or Field of Screams???

Employees who work there swear they occasionally see a shadowy apparition in the lobby, and sometimes the elevator mysteriously opens and closes as if it’s carrying an invisible passenger.

Some people think the ghost in question belongs to a construction worker who died in the late 1990s while Comerica was being built. Others believe it’s the spirit of a security guard who suffered a coronary.

Brian Arnold, who works in the lobby, is convinced the mysterious spook belongs to the greatest player in Detroit Tigers history, Ty Cobb — even though he played his home games at Tiger Stadium.


One Comment

  1. Jessica says:

    This is a very interesting consept. I have never been there and now I want to go there!!

  2. Lori Jackson says:

    It is Ty Cobb! He is looking for an ATM machine or a bank teller. A baseball stadium should not be named as a bank! Give us back the name of Tiger Stadium and let the poor man RIP.

  3. martha says:

    it has to be the ghost of Erin the best damm voice of baseball

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