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GHOST EXPLORING: Sleepy Hollow

We decided to go exploring areas said to be haunted in Sleepy Hollow last week. We didn’t expect to find anything. We were wrong. This is our first ghost exploring video so do not watch if you get scared easily. Sleepy Hollow is a historical town said to be haunted by several entities including the original headless horseman and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow’s author Washington Irving. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think. After this experience, I’m pretty sure whatever Walt saw is an X-file. I didn’t see anything other than trees and pumpkins. At least I got to see pumpkins.

GHOST EXPLORING: Sleepy Hollow

Starring

Laurice Fattal http://www.twitter.com/lauricef

Walt Frasier http://www.twitter.com/waltfrasier

 

VISIT SLEEPY HOLLOW

If you have not been to the BLAZE yet, check it out

The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze

Sleepy Hollow is just a short train ride north of New York City. Next time visiting, add this day trip to your itinerary..

http://visitsleepyhollow.com/

Sleepy Hollow is a village in New York State’s Hudson Valley. It’s known as the setting of Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” The author is buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Kykuit, the Rockefeller family’s opulent hilltop estate, has gardens with 20th-century sculptures. Northeast, vast Rockefeller State Park Preserve includes a network of carriage roads traversing woodlands, fields and streams.

And don’t miss Tarrytown, just south.

https://www.tarrytowngov.com/

 

 

Situated on the eastern shore of the Hudson River, in an area called the Tappan Zee, (Tappan for the Tappan Indians who once lived in what is now Rockland County, and Zee meaning sea in the Dutch language), lies the village of Tarrytown, a village rich in history and of course, local legend. It is a village of rolling hills, twenty-five miles north of New York City.