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With the alleged ghostly spirits that live at the 99-year-old Fenway Park, ghost-seeking fans may have plenty to spook them late in the night. Bumps in the Monster seats may be more scary when the Sox are on the road.

According to Baseball Hauntings by Mickey Bradley and Dan Gordon, there is a bit of action at Fenway Park. Among the alleged spirits to be found there on off-nights when the Sox are on road trips are the late announcer Sherm Feller and owner Tom Yawkey. 

Wouldn’t Ted Williams be there? Always mercilessly booed by fans at Fenway, might Babe Ruth relocate to Fenway now that old Yankee Stadium is gone?  And, what about Tony Conigliaro, whose career started there with a home run and, in reality, ended there with a beanball to the face? He roamed the outfield with his brother Billy for 1969 and 1970. Benighted Tony C passed away at age 45 almost 30 years ago.

Night guards report hearing something akin to fans shouting down at players. In fact, fans have secretly and illegally had their ashes dispersed at the Park.  It is aga...

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