Thomas Grey, a young boy dying from the medieval plague, arrives in Sleepy Hollow. Mastering middle English, Ichabod works out he belongs to the Roanoke earliest English settlers in America, which that disease is believed to have wiped out. rather then accepting being quarantined, which doesn't seem to work anyway, Crane takes his witch-wife's advice to return Thom to the refuge against the purgatory pestilence which was spread by Moloch, as if could allow him to join the riders of the Apocalypse.
Did You Know?
At 14:20 we see a sign for The Rockefeller State Park Preserve/Witch's Spring Trail. This is the sign posted at the actual entrance to the park in today's Sleepy Hollow. See more
Sleepy Hollow is in New York State. Roanoke is in North Carolina, nearly 500 miles away, yet the show places it in the woods adjacent to Sleepy Hollow. See more
Lt. Abbie Mills
You sure you wanna stay in this old cabin? It's a bit of a fixer-upper.
You and I have very different definitions of old. Seems if a building stays upright for more than a decade, people declare it a national landmark.
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