Headless Hessian
Headless Hessian
Headless Hessian
Headless Hessian

Headless Hessian

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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.

Our shirts run a little small and are athletic fit so if you are in between sizes or are unsure, please order up one size.

60% Combed Cotton 40% Poly Athletic Fit

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JA
11/28/2020
Jean-Baptiste A.
France France
Really nice done

Nice t shirt, nice graphics!

BW
11/21/2020
Bill W.
United States United States
Great Halloween Shirt

What an awesome shirt! I received many a compliment on the design at a party. Comfortable and durable; I will highly recommend this company! Cheers!

SL
11/16/2020
Steven L.
United States United States
Awesome shirt

Great shirt guys. Love the October season and this shirt was perfect. Fit great and feels comfortable.

TW
11/16/2020
tommy w.
United States United States
Freakin Awesome

First of all one of the most comfortable shirts! Second, love the Killer design! thanks again 1776 United.

BM
11/10/2020
Britton M.
United States United States
Love this shirt!

It fits true to size and is a wonderful historic depiction of the classic tale. Highly recommend.