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Ichabod Crane 4

based on "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" by Washington Irving Script 4 NARRATOR 2: One by one, the stars winked out their lights. Driving clouds obscured the moon from sight. Never had the schoolmaster felt so melancholy, so utterly alone. The nearer he approached the hollow, the more dismal he became.





NARRATOR 2: Once inside the murky glen, Ichabod's anxiety increased one-hundredfold. The forest seemed to close in behind himThe forest seemed to close in behind him. Every small detail of Brom's awful story returned to haunt his recollection. Headless Horseman. BewareHeadless Horseman. Beware! Once you cross that bridge, my friends, the ghost is through, his power ends. Next morning, Ichabod's hat was found. And close beside it, a shattered pumpkin. But there was no trace of the schoolmaster. Shortly thereafter, Brom Bones led the fair Katrina to the altar. Rumours persisted that Ichabod was still alive, married to a wealthy widow in a distant county. But the good Dutch settlers refused to believe such nonsense. They knew the schoolmaster had been spirited away by the Headless Horseman. BROM BONES: With a hip-hip and a clippity-clop / He's out looking for a head to swap / But don't try to figure out a plan / You can't reason with a headless man. NARRATOR 2: Man, I'm getting out of here!

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Ichabod's anxiety increased one-hundredfold
Ichabod's anxiety increased one-hundredfold
  Beware my friends
Beware my friends
  Brom Bones led Katrina to altar
Brom Bones led Katrina to altar
  Away by the Headless Horseman
Away by the Headless Horseman
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