Deputy Andy Brooks, who was nearly decapitated, is resuscitated and told to help a burned corpse to help her kill specific people. From his wife's cryptic warnings and Sheriff Corbin's notes, which he finds by laying bear a secret passage, Ichabod works out it's the doing of stake-burned black witch Serilda, who can only return to life if she kills the Furth bloodline before the blood-moon. Their success helps Lt. Mills believe his story about a secret war against black magic Crane was charged with by General Washington. Written by
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When the Captain shows Mills the surveillance video of Brooks supposedly killing himself in the holding cell, he did it by running into the back wall. This would put him facing away from the door. Brooks had actually been facing the cell door when the creature snapped his neck, a distinction both Mills and Crane should have noticed. See more
Captain Frank Irving
[to Abbie about Ichabod's psych assessment
We sent his test in for further pysch evaluation. The doctors say our man suffers from a disorder known as 'objective transference'. He may really believe that he decapitated a Hessian soldier during the Revolution War. That his wife is a witch who put a spell on him and now he woke up two centuries later in Sleepy Hollow. The details, the personality, they're all wildly specific and impossible. You know why? Because the human brain is limitless in its...
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