8 Halloween Events To Shock, Scare, And Startle
Join witches from all over Westchester and learn to read the Tarot, do candle magic, and hunt ghosts at the psychic fair. Then, dress up in your best witch attire to attend the 2nd annual Witches Halloween Ball. Read more...
Westchester Woman Magazine
Hulda, the Witch that Put a Spell on Sleepy Hollow
In The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Washington Irving claimed that Sleepy Hollow was bewitched by a “High German” doctor and legend has it that the doctor was a woman and a witch. Read more...
From the New York Post: Sleepy Hollow Has More To Offer Than A Headless Horseman
“Sleepy Hollow — is that a real place?” That’s a question I’ve often been asked since moving to the Westchester hamlet on the Hudson River less than a year ago. It is indeed a real place — one made famous by the spooky 1820 short story “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving, who lived in the area.
More recently, it’s gotten buzz from the new Fox show “Sleepy Hollow,” in which Ichabod Crane — an unassuming schoolteacher in the Irving version — has been resurrected 2½ centuries later as a rather swashbuckling gent in tight pants. He’s come to save Sleepy Hollow — and possibly all mankind — from the forces of evil, as embodied by the Headless Horseman, a coven of witches, a brainwashed police officer, and a goat-headed man who does not speak English. Read more...
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