200 Years of Sleepy Hollow — Atomic Redhead

In 1819 American writer Washington Irving penned a short story that would go on to become one of the most enduring Halloween classics, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” For just over 200 years, Ichabod Crane and his advisory the Headless Horseman have been interpreted time and time again and in variety of ways. Last weekend LEGEND: 200 Years of Sleepy Hollow opened at Anaheim’s Muzeo, which explores the impact that “Sleepy Hollow” has had over the centuries.

200 Years of Sleepy Hollow

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1 Response to 200 Years of Sleepy Hollow — Atomic Redhead

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Just recently read this story to my kids!

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