Headless Horseman Prop
Standing almost 5 Feet Tall, this Headless Horseman display prop is elegantly dressed with an elaborate metal-looking gauntlet.
He stands still as he holds his Jack O Lantern head that glows and flickers!
Approx. 58" Tall!
Interesting Fact - How Did He Lose His Head?
The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow is an American Folklore written by Washington Irving in 1820.
The legend describes the Headless Horseman as a man that was decapitated by an American cannonball.
The shattered remains of his head were left on the battlefield while his comrades hastily carried his body away.
Eventually they buried him in the cemetery of the Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow, from which each Halloween night he rises as a malevolent ghost, furiously seeking his lost head!