Ichabod is in a bad mood over discovering he has a son. Not content with that knowledge, he calls Henry Parrish to help him “reach across realms” and speak with Katrina. Henry must get Ichabod “close to death” so he strangles Ichabod into unconsciousness.
The high school's mascot is none other than the Headless Horseman himself, public school teacher John Catalfumo taking his 14-year-old horse Pock out for a ride around the field every year on homecoming night.
Abbie and Ichabod are asked to investigate the disappearance of Lena Gilbert, a billionaire philanthropist who was last seen at a colonial home in Sleepy Hollow.
Ichabod wants to interrogate the Headless Horseman. Of course, he doesn’t have a head, so that makes conversation a little one-sided. Abbie suggests they use Andy to communicate with the Horseman.
Ichabod heads over to a meeting with the Freemasons. He promises Abbie he will insist they include her in their normally men-only club, so she meets him there. By the time they arrive, they find the four Freemasons, dead and headless, and watch as the Horseman rides off with a fistful of heads.
Abbie takes Ichabod to a neighborhood baseball game. He decides to walk home, and stops by Katrina’s grave. He is shot in the neck with a tranquilizer dart and abducted by a man who puts a black hood over his head.
A girl is picking flowers in the woods when a little boy appears, wearing old timey simple, cotton clothes. The girl invites the boy to chase her, and he does. She disappears, and he is left confused - until a warrior on horseback chases the boy through the woods. He ends up on a modern street and the horseman (not headless) poofs into dust when he tries to follow.
Abbie and Ichabod team with Jenny to track down a powerful supernatural weapon that people have killed for - and worse.
Abby has a nightmare in which she and a shrink go to the precinct to interrogate a suspect. Ichabod is already there, and the suspect is Abby. A monster with a featureless face tries to attack Abby, but she is woken by a call to report to a crime scene.
Dig it or bury it?