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  1. A short story of 96 pages long and the print size meant that I didn't have to use my glassses. Recommended by Grammarly as a spooky story to read at Hallowe'en I thought I'd read it and see. From Amazon - Sleepy Hollow is known for being home to ghosts and spirits, the most famous of which is the terrifying Headless Horseman, a spectre searching for the head he lost to a stray cannonball during the American Revolutionary War. Ichabod Crane, a superstitious schoolmaster, is more concerned with earning the hand of Katrina Van Tassel than worrying about ghosts, but the night that he expects to earn Katrina’s affections holds something quite different in store for him. A thoroughly enjoyable read and perfect short story. I found it neither mysterious nor scary but I did thoroughly enjoy it, so would recommend it.
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