The Detroit Tigers Podcast #122: Interview with Mickey Bradley, co-author of “Field of Screams”

DetroitTigersPodcastAlbum.jpgWelcome to The Detroit Tigers Podcast. This is Episode #122 a 35-minute podcast about the Detroit Tigers.

In this episode we talk with Mickey Bradley, co-author, along with Dan Gordon, of Field of Screams: Haunted Tales from the Baseball Diamond, the Locker Room, and Beyond.

It’s the sequel to their 2007 book titled Haunted Baseball: Ghosts, Curses, Legends, and Eerie Events. Both are published by Lyons Press.

You can learn more about both books at and

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Theme music for the podcast produced by Paul Minshall.

The Detroit Tigers Podcast is not affiliated in any way with the Detroit Tigers Baseball Club or Major League Baseball.

Published by

Mike McClary

Upbeat guy.

One thought on “The Detroit Tigers Podcast #122: Interview with Mickey Bradley, co-author of “Field of Screams””

  1. Mike, a very interesting and entertaining podcast with Mickey Bradley. I wonder if the Ghosthunters that were used were affiliated with the Ghosthunters on the Sci-Fy channel. Anyways, Cobb, and other old time Tigers, The last game at Tiger stadium I read that Kaline told Fick he would hit a homerun. Kaline had a premonition or something(Cash told him?).
    It would be great if you could get Kaline or Willie Horton or another oldeer retired ex-Tiger to do a podcast with you. These are most enjoyable. Thankyou, Ron


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