In American Forklore the Headless Horseman was originally known as the Headless Hessian of the Hollow. During the battle of White Plains at Merritt Hill the Hessian trooper was decapitated by a cannonball. He was buried in the old dutch church of Sleepy Hollow, and legend has it that he would rise as a vengeful ghost in search for his lost head. The reason this tale is often associated with Halloween and why his head is sometimes depicted as a pumpkin is because the battle took place on the 28th of October 1776, a few days before Halloween.
This is from our October 2019 Tee Party.
This is our new relaxed fit for women. This is the perfect fitting tee and runs true to size. Perfect to tie up, crop or style it any way you want!