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?
Hudson Valley, New York. The year is 1781 and the Revolutionary War is raging. Ichabod Crane, fighting for the Colonies, shoots a huge masked mercenary off his horse. This doesn’t slow him down, so Ichabod cuts off his head. When we next see Ichabod, he is digging his way out of a cave and stumbles onto a paved road. Welcome to modern day Sleepy Hollow.
The chair creaks as you settle onto it. The candlelight flickers. All around you the ravenous faces of your so-called friends twist in delight as you slowly open the box laid out on the table. Welcome to Dangerous Games!
As TV production ramps up, lots of new characters are added - and perhaps offer some insight into the season ahead.
You know what they say... Two headless horsemen are better than one.
Our early review of Fox's new fall show, "Sleepy Hollow"
At today's upfronts, Fox released the trailer for their upcoming supernatural procedural Sleepy Hollow. The show takes the legend of Sleepy Hollow, and blends it with Grimm and National Treasure for an... interesting show.