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More than 200 years after Washington Irving wrote "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", the valley of Sleepy Hollow and the surrounding countryside continue to cast a spell over inhabitants and visitors alike. At our sister site Sleepy Hollow Country we explore local history for glimpses of oddities and unexplained phenomena. Hidden just beneath the veneer of modern life is wealth of folklore and lingering whispers of ghosts and haunted places.
We've got haunted taverns, houses and even a church. Ghosts, spectres, a mysterious woman clad all in black, a woman dressed all in white wailing atop a cliff. Pirates and highway men. Ghost ships on the Hudson River, a Dutch goblin king living atop a local mountain. Unsolved murders. UFOs. Exploding mosquitoes. Yep, we’ve even had a plague of exploding mosquitoes.