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Historical Costuming with Dr. Christine Millar of Sewstine
"Climb christine. I go on the internet as so steam. And i am a lot of things really. I am historical costumer who focuses on digital embroidery and extremely detailed trim. But i'm also a physician by trade. So i do work in a hospitals as anesthesiologist through this pandemic and i also do a god. I also have a youtube channel. Where i talk about how to create these things and really. I also focused on instagram. And so i just wanna take a moment and again. Thank you for being here. Because i do not know how you do all these things. You're also a mother of an adorable. I think he's too now toddler so i just want to thank you for taking the time to be here especially with everything you have going on. Oh my god. I can't believe. I forgot to mention the family. Yes mother and game. So i just want to kind of learn a little bit more about you. Do you have an earliest memory of clothing. That might have stuck with you over the years. Did you first realize the transformative power of clothing. I love to ask people this question. Oh my okay. So i was born in korea and i came to the united states when i was three and a half so i have a lot of memories of sitting in korea watching american disney movies like the little mermaid as well as There's an anime cult candy candy. I don't know if you've ever heard of it. But it's basically a yellow haired american girl who wears fluffy roughly dresses all over the place. And i was so obsessed with pink ruffled gowns especially after areas pink dress in little mermaid that my aunt actually got me a nine petty bridesmaid dress for like a little four year old girl and i was so big on me and i remember wearing it for the first time and it was the most happy moment of my childhood and from there on i think i just became obsessed with drawing in trying to capture addresses and the older i got i the more i realized what i really wanted to do was not just draw these dresses but actually had to wear these dresses. Yeah and i'd love to hear a little bit more about that. Because i think everyone probably has their own unique origin story about how they came to historical costuming. How did it all start for you. I believe you kind of started in caused play to if i'm not incorrect. That's exactly it. I initially started in. 'cause play. I noticed i was doing a lot of costuming for some of my favorite power. Females like the tana princess leia. you know Firefly characters and that's where i started end but the real one that i really want to make was katrina from sleepy hollow particularly that black and white striped dress that she works for about fifteen seconds in the end. I initially made it in college end to turn out right but you know i loved it enough that it. I just realized that my favorite movie costumes were all historically based and once. I realized that it was really easy to just kind of focus on that i kind of went. The steam punk route and did a lot of eighties bustle dresses. One of which. I got into the new york times style section when i was in college and that gave me the like the positive energy boost i needed to religious focus all my energies into historical. And that's not to say. I still don't do 'cause play in fact i'm working on a cost play right now for another power female a sister of battle for more than forty k which seems like a completely turnaround but to me. It's just you know more of the same like you know detailed female power stuff and i'm not cost player or historical costumer of but i come from a career as a costume supervisor in a costume designer i started in theater and then i got into film and tv but i have this just incredible appreciation and fascination with these communities both the 'cause play community and historical costuming community. They're not necessarily mutually exclusive as you attest to you. Know they are really quite intermingled. A lot of the times. Even though. I don't participate in these communities. I really really anxious. I just think it's so cool do so for those who may not know. Can you please tell us a little bit more about this worldwide historical costume community and cause play community and maybe just kind of start by defining those things. 'cause i don't think everyone may know the difference. That's a really good point. So i say cost play his costumer like everybody knows but so cost player. Is someone who makes costumes for movies. Tv shows games sort of like established Ip already out there. So you know someone who's a cost player making a princess leia costume versus on historical customer may take a museum piece or a picture from say like an old fashioned panel and try to recreate those so it's different goals so the cost player tends to try to make things as screen accurate as possible or take their own spin on a two degree while the historical customer is all about trying to get things to look historically accurate or correct the historical time period. But these are vague goals. You know everybody has their own specific goals when it comes to costuming which is really one of the most delicious parts of it. Yeah and i think just seeing how many all these people all around the world who have been introduced to through instagram. That's how i became familiar with you and a lot of your peers was just through instagram. And the para social media but admits so many wonderful people and so many people who have incredibly different approaches to as you mentioned these same historical or cause play approaches so just so cool so you yourself have built this incredible online presence for yourself you instagram and youtube as you mentioned at so steen is your handle. And you're really just showing all of these various historical dress projects that you've created at your in home studio which is just incredible. I love you can tell us a little bit about your selection process. What is your inspiration between starting these different projects so omen inspiration from everywhere and think. There's always about fifteen different projects night years going through my head at any point in time so a lot of times. What'll happen is i will learn something about or i will be able to actually procure a certain fabric. So for instance right now. I'm working on the dressed. That marie antoinette whereas in the two thousand and six the couple of film marie-antoinette in the chapel or the church which has the strawberries on it. This particular fabric is woven in italy. It's based off of seventeen eighties. Waistcoat in a museum collection. Somewhere in this particular fabric was actually used in about three different films including the original dangerous liaisons movie and it is so hard to get if you can even buy it. It usually runs about three hundred euros a meter so for me. That is like you know. I might be a doctor but i can't. I can't spend that much right on top of it. It wasn't even like procurable. Until very recently i was able to actually buy it because Not the original. But some other company on oetzi started making a knockoff of it. And i don't know how legal his is but on the other hand. It's based off of original waistcoat. And the you know the trademark on run out like two hundred fifty years ago so the fact is you know this. Other companies started offering. It was very similar. The colors are almost identical slightly. Different here and there but it was so close and the fact that they were able to offer it at a significant discount from the original price meant that it went from being pipedream in the back of my head to something. I could actually do now so a lot of times. It'll be that i finally find. The fabric actually comes available or in the case of the strawberry dress which i turn into which is strawberry regency dress. I always want to make address. But i really didn't like the roses on the original inventory. Not because i dislike roses. Or i think it's ugly. I've just digitized so many roses but then suddenly the strawberry gus went. I like i can just turn those roses and strawberries. And no one's gonna care or mind. So i was able to do that as well. So it's all about what becomes available to.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"The writer to burst into flame and ride past him into the night. But he had no such luck as they passed the graveyard a Kebab looked over his shoulder. The horsemen had drawn closer and in the shining moonlight, he could see that the Hessian did have a head just not one on his shoulders. The headless horseman had his cradled in his arm just as Brom described, it could make out to blank empty voids for is. Kebob yelped in terror for all the time see been scared of the wind and owls and wolves. He had never been more afraid than in that moment. But now there was no time for the comfort of prayer or songs the horsemen was gaining on him. Laid, the whip into gun powders backside hoping to get one last burst of speed out of the horse gunpowder surged ahead bugging a Gabon high into the air the saddle slipped off his back and tumbled to the ground it Kabbadi fell with a heavy thump onto the bear back of the Horse. He could hear the saddle get trampled behind him. Now, it wasn't just the horsemen that echoed feared but Hans van ripper that was his best saddle. But. The thought left as quick as it came the headless horseman was right behind him. Now, Ibadan could feel the horses hot breath from the corner of his eye he saw the Hessian steed pull up. Beside him, it Kabad pushed gunpowder forward, whipping him as fast as he could with his free hand while the other stayed latched onto the horse's mane holding on with every ounce of strength he had. There was one last bridge cross before he made it into the town. Proper. Just get over this bridge. He told himself of all the stories of the headless horseman. KNICKEBOCKER had heard none of them had been in town. He prayed that the writer wouldn't follow him there. It Kebob gave one quick glance over his shoulder. The headless horseman was right beside him. In the next moment time slow down for Kabad. He saw the Hessian. Pulled back his arm and without breaking stride throw his severed head directly at him. Ibadan barely had time to register that it wasn't a head that was hurtling toward his face. It was a Pumpkin. The next morning after it abroad had failed to return home Hans, found the schoolteachers hat by the bridge. It was the only sign that he had ever been there other than the splatter of blood that covered the road. The busted pumpkin that laid in a ditch nearby didn't register as ought to Hans it was October after all and they regularly fell off wagon's going to market Hans picked up a Gabon's hat and held it tightly in his hand. He scanned the road back toward the church there he spotted something else scattered about the road it was the remnants of his prized saddle. All be damned maybe the headless horseman did get him Hans whispered to himself as he hopped back on gunpowder and rode back toward town. Hans gathered all the men he could to search the creek but a body was never found sleepy hollow declared Ibadan crane dead the latest victim of the deadly headless horseman sometime later Hans heard that echoed survived but ashamed his behavior of the van Tassels and whatever it happened out on that road with the horsemen he left in the middle of the night he heard he moved to buffalo and became a lawyer Hans thought that life suited someone like crane a lot more than sleepy hollow dead. Others though refuse to believe that had moved on, they remained convinced that the headless horseman killed a Kebab that night chiefly among them was Katrina van tassels new husband Brom Van Brunt. Hans couldn't help but notice that Brom seemed to take particular delight in recounting a Gabbana's theoretical encounter with the horsemen. He couldn't never figure out how brom new. So many exact details of echo bod cranes final ride. The Legend of sleepy hollow is one of America's first and most beloved go stories Washington Irving's mix of old world mythology and new world history and locations gives the legend the life and realism. Other works of pure fiction can't quite accomplish there really was a Hessian soldier who lost his head at the battle of white plains in seventeen, seventy six and the stories actual geographical markers from the Tappan Zee. And, tarrytown all the way down to major andres tree ground the audience in the real world and help open up the possibilities of the supernatural. But it isn't just the iconic imagery or the thrilling pros that keeps the story of sleepy hollow alive. The two male leads of the story it abroad crane and Brom bones provide starkly different and competing examples of male masculinity both with their own benefits and toxicity. Irving wrote the legend of sleepy hollow as America was transitioning from an agrarian society to a more urban one. The idea of what was Manley was beginning to change something that seems to happen for every generation Irving's tale particularly the impressionable and easily frightened protagonist tapped into that constant flux of gender sex and masculinity. Artistic Baud views himself as a nice guy worthy of the world but doesn't think much about the hard work that has to go into earning it. Brom on the other hand is hyper aggressive but is also a natural storyteller. He's beloved by his neighbors not because of his manliness but because of his kindness however, neither character comes out smelling like a rose and irving his careful to maintain that neither. Ibadan. Example of masculinity is wholly good or right. Now. It kebabs flaws his arrogance and obsessive behavior are his undoing in the end. He wasn't running from the horsemen but.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"His encounter with the headless. Horseman. Will Discuss the origins of this tale right after this. Before this episode, a lightning-fast Thaad from playstation five playstation five has lightning speed harnessing the power of a custom CPU GPU SSD with integrated I o that rewrites the rules of what a playstation console can do. Experience what's possible with playstation five at playstation dot com. Play has no limits launches November twelve, twenty twenty. The Legend of sleepy hollow was published in eighteen nineteen by Washington. Irving at the time Irving was in his mid thirties and broke his family's bank had gone under and his prospects for work were slim. The native new. Yorkers, only hope was for his new collection of essays and short stories the sketchbook to be a hit. Luckily, for Irving, the book was a huge success with the legend of sleepy hollow as its signature piece the tail of the headless Horseman Lurking on the roads of the Hudson Valley captured the attention of the country. It was America's first ghost story to be bound in a book. The roots of the headless Horseman Go back much further than the birth of the United States Tales of headless writers of death pop up in north and Irish mythology as far back as the Middle Ages. But by blending the pastoral landscapes of the Hudson Valley with old world ghost stories and real people Washington Irving created a uniquely American tale the story of the skittish schoolteacher, his rivalry with the hyper masculine brom bones and his encounter with the headless horseman became a cultural landmark retold year after year particularly at Halloween. The. End of the school day had come all too quickly for Ibadan crane. He had spent his first few weeks in sleepy hollow balancing from house to house boarding with whatever local had some spare room. But with winter fast approaching, he needed to find a more permanent home. He hoped Van ripper estate would provide just that. With no place of his own he carried everything he owned with him even as copy of cotton mather's history of New England witchcraft. He hated to bring a book. So scandalous around his younger pupils, he didn't want to arouse any suspicion amongst his new neighbors that he was a practicing witch but as it was, he had no choice but to bring it with him to class that day. It good bod locked up the doors of the school and headed toward Hans van rippers farm sleepy hollow had taken some getting used to for the obain schoolteacher. The thick Dutch accent was hard to understand and no one seemed to care about anything that took place beyond the border of the town. But it was pleasantly surprised to find that his new community loved the supernatural as much as he did, it was his only real tied of the town. It didn't hurt that sleepy hollow was beautiful especially in autumn the oranges and reds of the fallen leaves blanketed the hillsides and the peaceful water of the Hudson sparkled against the low October son. It could bond long to sleep somewhere other than a barn. But when Van ripper offered up his barn to the schoolteacher in exchange for some help around the farm, he had to accept it Kebab loathed form work. He could mend defense or whole row, but there were too many critters and bugs on farms it Kabad liked his frights to be unseen much rather find other ways at being useful. As kabad approached the house, he couldn't help but overhear, Hans, his wife Eva singing from the parlour. It was pitchy and offbeat stopping a in his tracks. As a rather accomplished vocal talent, there were few things he hated more than poor singing but an idea popped into his head and a smile slowly spread across his face. I might not have to lift a finger after all. It kabad knocked on the door the world singing from inside blissfully stopped he puffed up his chest and straighten his hair making himself as presentable as possible. The door swung open into the pain face of Hans van Ripper Ibadan shot his hand out. Thank you so much for letting me stay in your barn I couldn't help but overhear your wife. Hans quickly shook his head. He was stern and serious man every movement seemed purposeful Hans whispered. Don't mention her singing she sensitive. Ibadan gave Hans a wink. I can help. Hans smiled and the door wide it Kabad sat his pack down on the Porch and entered. It kebabs mouth began to water the moment he stepped inside the house, the smell of fresh baked bread and roasted. Filled the air, the matronly eva nodded to her new guest it Cuba, didn't waste a single second. Lady Van Ripper I couldn't help but overhear your wonderful singing. You know I'm quite a singer myself not that you need it but I would be delighted to give you a few pointers. I think with just a little help you could be singing solos in no time. Eva Van ripper blushed lie I've been trying to get a solo at Church? For, years? He told her they should get their lessons started immediately and she agreed Hans breathed a sigh of relief. He was going to wait on the porch for them to finish. It, Coban. Spent the next hour alternating between guiding eva through her breathing and enunciation and snacking on apples and bred by the end of it. Evo was almost possible as a singer. She was so pleased with her progress. She invited a coban to join them at Church on Sunday. Are. Women's choir could use the guidance of someone as skilled as you. It Kabad lit up at the thought his love of singing was almost as great as his love of a good ghost story leading the women's group would be an honor. It Kabad said thank you and stepped out of the House to the van rippers front porch. He took a deep breath taking in the crisp cool autumn air. kebob jumped at the sound of an old rocking chair creaking back and forth. He didn't see Hans the farmer was sitting in the dark smoking, his pipe and having a brandy. that. Some book you got there. Han said nodding down to. Pack cotton mather's history of New England witchcraft had fallen out. It Kabad straightened up and tried not to look nervous Hans didn't seem like the type who would appreciate the paranormal. You know he said, we have a ghost of our own a headless horseman. Hans raised his eyebrows the hair on the back of Ibaz next stood straight up his eyes went wide. He offered Kebob. The bottle of brandy they Kabad took a Swig Hans rocked back and forth. He wanders the roads at night looking for a new head to replace the one he lost to a cannonball. It KABAD. Eagerly jumped in a cannonball like the Hessian from the graveyard. Kabad. Handed him back the bottle his hand shaking the old farmer laughed as he passed by and headed inside. Don't Fred over.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Tales
"And rode back toward town. Hans gathered all the men he could to search the creek but a body was never found sleepy hollow declared knickebocker crane dead the latest victim of the deadly headless horseman sometime. Later Hans heard that echoed survived but ashamed of his behavior of the van Tassels and whatever it happened out on that road with the horsemen he left in the middle of the night he heard he moved to buffalo and became a lawyer. Hans thought that life suited someone like crane a lot more than sleepy hollow dead. Others though. To believe that it abroad had moved on they remained convinced that the headless horseman killed it Kebab that night chiefly among them was Katrina van tassels new husband, Brom. Van Brunt. Hans couldn't help but notice that Brom seemed to take particular delight in recounting. Gabbana's theoretical encounter with the horsemen. He could never figure out how brom new. So many exact details of echo bod cranes final ride. The Legend of sleepy hollow is one of America's first and most beloved ghost stories, Washington. Irving's mix of old world mythology and new world history and locations gives the legend, the life and realism. Other works of pure fiction can't quite accomplish there really was a Hessian soldier who lost his head at the battle of white plains in seventeen, seventy six and the stories actual geographical markers from the Tappan Zee and. Tarrytown all the way down to major andres tree ground the audience in the real world and help open up the possibilities of the supernatural. But it isn't just the iconic imagery or the thrilling pros that keeps the story of sleepy hollow alive. The two male leads of the story it Kabad Crane and Brom bones provide starkly different and competing examples of male masculinity both with their own benefits and talk. Society? Irving wrote the legend of sleepy hollow as America was transitioning from an agrarian society to a more urban one. The idea of what was Manley, was beginning to change something that seems to happen for every generation Irving's tale particularly, the impressionable and easily frightened protagonist tapped into that constant flux of gender sex and masculinity the your and Artistic Ibadan views himself as a nice guy worthy of the world but doesn't think much about the hard work that has to go into earning it. Brom on the other hand is hyper aggressive but is also a natural storyteller. He's beloved by his neighbors not because of his manliness but because of his kindness. However neither character comes out smelling like a rose and irving is careful to maintain that neither Kabad nor Brahms example of masculinity is wholly good or right. Ultimately, it kebabs flaws his arrogance and obsessive behavior are his undoing in the end he wasn't running from the horsemen but.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Tales
"They. Stood paralysed he wanted to think that what he was seeing was a figment of his imagination, a mirage created by his drunk mind or broken heart. Katrina 's rejection of his proposal had put him in quite a state but the thing across the road looked far more terrifying and real than even Iga wild imagination could have conjured. It was a writer with no head. Stared. At the dark silhouette, not daring to move an inch. It can't be. For All of his love of the supernatural he never thought he'd actually see the horsemen. He told himself again that his eyes were just playing tricks on him. It was just a normal writer probably someone else coming from the van Tassell Party. Hello there. Good Bod called out but there was no reply the riders massive Black Horse snorted and shook his main but the headless silhouette stood still facing a Kabad. KGAB odds teeth clattered as he opened his mouth again. I said hello there who are you? There was still no answer. The rider didn't move it cod lightly tapped his heels into gun powder sides easing him back onto the road. He thought about sprinting past the other man and his horse but the van Tassell is state was the only thing in that direction he had to cross the bridge. The long ride home was his only option. Carefully, He guided the horse across. It. Hear the writers, heavy steps following him. He wasn't charging or trying to pass and he stayed just far enough away that it. Couldn't get a good look at him in the dark. But. Saul he needed to see his body trembled as he began to sing how great thou art but the him did little to ease his mind his voice couldn't cover up the tip tap of hooves following right behind him it Kabbah dug his heels into gunpowder sides. As he trotted down the bridge, he gave another quick look behind him. This time make abroad could make out a bit more. He could see the gold trim on the jacket and the gleam of brass buttons. It was a Hessian uniform it Kebob, jerked his head forward. It was the headless horseman he wanted to race. Brahmin broher. Maybe he wants to race me he thought. It Kabad hated the idea of galloping through hell's bottom at night. But he had no choice the dark and ominous Gulch was the only path to town. It was his only option if you wanted to escape the Hessian. y'All. It kabbage shouted as he kicked the horse gunpowder took off like a shot bouncing up and down on the saddle. Be Split into his body was a boiling pot of pain and terror. They were approaching the next bridge, it could buy. It immediately, it was where the horsemen through old man brower from his saddle and took off into the sky. It kebob prayed that this might be the end of his living nightmare. But as gunpowder flew across the bridge, Kabad could hear the horsemen right behind them getting closer. He wasn't vanishing into the night. He was after it abroad gunpowder sped out from the cover of the trees and into a clearing. Igga Bod's is went wide. The church was fast approaching the site of the heavens grave where he allegedly overtook broadcom. KEBABS heart was pounding every hair on his body stood on end. He hoped that Brom was telling the truth. He desperately wanted the writer to burst into flame and ride past him into the night. But he had no such luck as they pass the graveyard AK- bod looked over his shoulder the horsemen had drawn closer and in the shining moonlight, he could see that the Hessian did have a head just not one on his shoulders. The headless horseman had his cradled in his arm. Just as Brom had described, it could make out to blank empty voids for is. Acre Bod. yelped in terror for all the time he'd been scared of the wind and all's and wolves. Had never been more afraid than in that moment but now there was no time for the comfort of prayer or songs the horsemen was gaining on him. It could bod laid the whip into gun powders backside hoping to get one last burst of speed out of the horse gunpowder surged ahead bugging Kebob high into the air the saddle slipped off his back and tumbled to the ground. Kabad fell with a heavy thump onto the bear back of the Horse. Here. The saddle traveled behind him. Now, it wasn't just the horsemen that feared, but Hans van ripper that was his best saddle. But the thought left as quick as it came, the headless horseman was right behind him. Now, it could feel the horses hot breath from the corner of his eye. He saw the Hessian steed pull up right beside him. It abroad pushed gunpowder forward whipping him as fast as he could with his free hand while the other stayed latched onto the horse's mane holding on with every ounce of strength he had. There was one last bridge to cross before he made it into the town. Proper. Just. Get over this bridge. He told himself of all the stories of the headless Horseman Knickebocker had heard none of them had been in town. He prayed that the writer wouldn't follow him there. It Kebob gave one quick glance over his shoulder. The headless horseman was right beside him. In the next moment time slowed down for abroad, he saw the Hessian pull back his arm and without breaking stride, throw his severed head directly at him. Barely had time to register that it wasn't a head that was hurtling toward his face. Eat was a Pumpkin. The next morning after it Kabad had failed to return home. Hans found the schoolteachers hat by the bridge. It was the only sign that he had ever been there other than the splatter of blood that covered the road the busted pumpkin that laid in a ditch nearby didn't register as odd to Hans. It was October after all and they regularly fell off wagon's going to market. Hans picked up a Gabon's hat and held it tightly in his hand. He scanned the road back toward the church there he spotted something else scattered about the road it was the remnants of his prized saddle. I'll be damned maybe the headless horseman did get him. Hans whispered to himself as he hopped back on gun powder.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Tales
"I'm Vanessa. Richardson. You're listening to tales of podcast original every Wednesday, we dive into the dark origins of another fairy tale. You can find all sorts of tales and all other park cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream tales for free on spotify just open the APP and type tales in the search bar. Today, we're concluding our retelling of the legend of Sleepy Hollow, the story of Ibadan Crane and his encounter with the headless horseman. Coming up we'll continue with part two of this tale. Whether, you can see it or not a lot of your neighbors are struggling with hunger many of them for the first time. In fact millions of families will go hungry this holiday season. Beating America is the largest hunger relief organization in the US. Their mission is to feed America's hungry for a nationwide network of food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger. 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Every family has its demons but not like the Hellstrom family and the world is ready for a family reunion. Are you? All. Episodes of Hellstrom are now streaming only anew. After arriving in sleepy hollow to take over as the new school headmaster knickebocker crane quickly discovered that the small Dutch community had more to offer than simply wonderful views of the Hudson River he couldn't help but be enraptured by the tail of their local ghost, the headless horseman. But. It wasn't just the legend that captured gigabytes attention. There was also the lovely and wealthy Katrina van Tassell. There was just one problem standing in his way was the beloved local hero Brom Bones van brunt who'd also set his sights on Katrina. All of it Katrina Brahm the headless horseman came together on one night for Kabad after dancing the night away with Katrina at a soiree at her family manner Ibadan Brahms stood out on the porch with the other men exchanging ghost stories but all that stopped after old man brower confirmed that the headless horseman was real. Kabad, stared at brower. He was waiting for the punchline, but it wasn't a joke. The reality of the old man's encounter with the horsemen chilled abroad to the bone, his hands began to tremble. All the men of sleepy hollow sat in complete silence around the porch as old man brower puffed on his cigar. It Kabbadi watched the smoke swirl through the air as the gravity of the story. Hit Him finally, it could Bob broke through the silence as his excitement surged. Mr Brouwer you're telling us that this ghoul accosted you. Brower smiled at Ibadan and nodded. He's as real as you were I. Was Right all along the supernatural was real. He was living a ghost story. All of these people were living a ghost story. He was correct to be so scared of the mysteries in the night, all his fears were justified. Somehow, it made him feel free if these weren't just old wives tales if they were real, the nobody was more prepared than he to deal with them. Ibadan knew everything about the paranormal and he had already survived one experience with the Hessian for the first time in his life. It kebabs terror and excitement melded together as one he was filled with a brand new feeling confidence he stopped shaking he leaned forward eager to share his own tail. I to Brom stopped his foot interrupting Gonad before he could even begin all is shifted from Kabad back toward his rival. I've seen the headless Horseman Brom said proudly. ECHO BUDS is narrowed Brahm was trying to take his moment. The schoolteacher took a step back from the light of the porch and into the shadows after his encounter with Brom at the schoolhouse didn't want to risk being the butt of another one of his jokes. Brom kept his voice low as he told his own ride through hell's bottom. It sounded very familiar heavy hubs around the church slowly growing louder closer it Kabbadi couldn't help but be intrigued. It wasn't just love of Katrina that he and Brom shared. They also had similar encounters with the Hessian. Abbad stood in the darkness as Brahm leaned toward the crowd. Then he raised his voice. I urged my horse stor but the Horseman Stayed Right on my tail I could feel his breath on my neck I looked to the side and there he was huge dressed in his Hessian uniform cradling his head in his hands that was detail it Kebab hadn't heard before he inched closer as brom grew excited talking faster. The bridge to the Church was fast approaching I laid the whip into my horse taking just enough of a lead but in a flash. Brahms smacked his hands together the sound echoing like thunder across the farm. Any other time it would.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Get Sleepy
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Get Sleepy
"There are no longer any street bites dotting the paved road running through town. Now there is only a dot track. Worn down by the imprints of many large thin wills. The church itself stands almost the same as the way you saw it before. Instead of electric lights, there are London's swaying gently in the breeze. The London's are delicate and thin. With metro edges and gloss science. Inside each a single white candle flickers. Costing. It's warm glow against its own reflection. There is A. Hanging in each of the trach windows. Several more standalone on the ground at each corner of the Chatchai. And along your path. You Watch the tiny flames rep home and flatter on the blackened wicks. Beside you the modern bridge is gone. As the sign marking the place of the infamous scene from Legend. ooh In its place, there is an old wooden bridge with weathered planks that covers the stream. Off in the distance, you hear the clapping of horses who'd. You stand back from the bridge. And Watch as a lonely carriage crosses it. Pulled by two black horses. A coachman patches atop a high seat in front of the CAP. In his hands, he holds a set of long thin rains. He, tips his hat to you as he passes by. and. You Not in return. To The windows of the carriage are covered in dark catton's. Say you unable to see if there is any one inside. Not long after the carriage rose out of sight behind the chat. In the silence of its wake. You pause to consider way you are. You still in sleepy hollow. That you are show. But now there are new electric light. and No cars parked on the road. There are no telephone pause or rate cleaves. No modern. Houses or concrete bridges. They. have been replaced by London's and. Dot Tracks and would. Could it be you wonder? The fog have transformed this place into the sleepy hollow of owned. You crossed the headless Horseman Bridge and follow a path beside the stream. Leading away from the church. After just a few minutes you come to a wide pond..
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Horror Vein
"They're getting ridiculous has been like, oh. It's a cash cow for them. At first, it was feared the walking dead and I keep seeing more different. In some new show that just came out. I was going to watch and I'm like, no. You did you ever watch walking dead? I did I watched you know. Couple, seasons, and. I didn't like it anymore. Now you lost inches. That's what happened to Diana we lost interest. Yeah. So Ever since Airbus loss left the show after he got screwed over by EMC the sh the show went. Went. down. Yeah I loved I mean a lot when I was like Oh my gosh. Yeah I was great. Yeah. No I love secondhand. Fantastic and A Lotta people beg to differ but on you know whatever And That's just my opinion but. Yeah. Was not the same. No. Net No. Right break in. Sounds good. Really, quick and we'll talk about. Do. You talk about this, right? All right. All right. We'll be back back in a SEC. Can't fear film studios podcast. Network. Shall we begin? Good evening. My Name Piss ls through. I'm a collector of rare objects. Most of the objects in my collection are from the occult and paranormal. Others are haunted. Most are dangerous especially in the wrong hands. One object has alluded me pull my life. The loss journals of Thunder Crow. took the crew was a priest Demon allergist, an exorcist who could fronted the most sinister demands to ever enter our realm. He mysteriously disappeared over thirty years ago. Without a trace. I believe that if I could find his journals. They may contain clues as to how. Or why he disappeared. Join me. As embark on a mysterious journey. into the shadows of the night. And the realms of demons? But only. If you're brave enough to listen. Loss journals. Original Horror Story. Written and produced by Robert Mercedes'. You can listen to two loss journals, favorite podcasting APPS, including apple podcast, Google, podcast, Amazon music, and now I heart radio. All. Of the fear Film Studios PODCAST. Network. And we're back with. The most incredible podcast, an whole God damn world. I'm your host Robert Busy. I'm Dan Fisher. Here we are. About The Tim Burton movie sleepy. fucking hollow Oh my God. Now, tell me. Executive Producer who Francis Ford Coppola, all my God I saw that I'm like you've gotta be kidding me and why how did the screenplay Andrew Kevin Walker and how do I know him? He's like one of the best screenplay writers ever. Really okay. Music, Danny else. Zeman Danny off men you know which is a staple with. Tim. Burton I know they're like, yeah I. Mean they had like everything going for it. I mean they had like all the talent. Oh. My God. It's actually you know Johnny Depp. Even though it gets a little quirky. In the role, he does have some good stuff I mean, he's just spot on an spots I look great. Not, a really good performance and the old. Quirky. You know. Johnny Depp. Comes out in spots, which is that's the character coban crane but yeah, he did great I was always I always liked the film because. I liked the legend of sleepy hollow is. To you know. Halloween story. And when this came out. Of like. Tim Burton will probably do this. Right and he did he did. All my gosh. In the the incredible thing about that film is that a lot of it was shot in A. In a sound stage, the e series, the whole four stop you know like those. Stuff we're all in the sound stage watts spent money on this. And it looked him. It looked like they i. mean it I mean you could tell that they did you really could. Christina Ricci is really good Yeah. I mean, they got like everybody that's always been Tim Burton films there. Sarah Buehler's principal yes I. Will Any. Yeah. Yeah, REMEMBER NAME IS A. Was it a cast, Casper Michael Stop Jeffrey John's or Jeremy. Jeffrey Jones. Yeah. But. Speaking of the cast now, wait before we into you saw. You've seen this movie before this was. Long ago. Longtime Okay So that it's almost like a pair of fresh is again you know. So I. Still like it. Oh Great. Yeah, just great. Oh. Yeah. I mean, just I love the. In this film. All it's fantastic with the fog and the tree. Yeah. Just in the just a setting and. Seventeen ninety, nine, he got Chris Seventeen hundred. Here's from Chris. Is Chris. Everybody's in this film and.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Horror Vein
"Husband down Fisher, and this week we are talking about the most incredible film ever made. Sleepy Hollow. Directed by Tim Burton. My God we'll get right later after we'll get to that later. Yeah, absolutely. I'm on a kick of everything's been incredible. Took came from I have no. Never met. Yeah I don't know. I don't know. That? Great. Well, we're not. We're going to get into it. We'll. Lake but. Billing. But you know it's good. Yes it. Did sound very yes. It did I'm trying to make things sound good. That's what got my attention that. Matters I. Trying to do I know I know it's all good. It's all good. So we're going to get into that but go ahead but I I did see this film I don't know if you've ever seen before. It's a Disney film. Okay, it's called hocus pocus. It's like all over facebook and I have not seen it. I've never seen it either was it's on Disney plus if you have it but I do have Disney plus so you can watch apparently it's like a big huge called like. People love hearing all the show. It's like you. I'm like well. There it is Disney plus we not nothing to watch. Let me check it out. And I was pleasantly surprised. Now don't get me wrong. It's not like the best film ever made. It's obviously made for children. Is it goofy though is it like? Well, it's got some goofy parts but handsome really cool stuff in it and I was actually it was a entertaining. Family. Movie I liked it. I thought liked it. Yeah. I mean, like I said, it's not like the best movie but now is it now? How would you describe it? Is it like? I know it's for family and I know it's like a Halloween. Oh Family Halloween movie but is it like? suspenseful creepy scary. It's a funny. Sarah Jessica Parker in it and At. Midler and Ben. Miller. Yeah and You know there's some goofy and it's actually a little fun. But the way to do things like you know 'cause they're witches the around broomsticks and the way to do this special effects are great. They show them freely flying on a bloom sticks and. It's got some it's got some little bit creepy stuff to it to you know. So when you come zombies coach with ground and would you compare it to? I can't really compare it to anything. It's very unique film. Really. I enjoyed it. Like it was. It was fun. It was a really good I'll put it this way. It was really good Halloween movie if you can see like a cool Halloween movie. I, check it out. I bet you're Diana would like. She probably would probably. No absolute. and. We'll get into this later but. I had I had my stepson over this weekend. And you know between Diana me and my steps, we can never agree a movie. And when I did my homework for this week's episode this week you know recording. I'm like Hey I'm gonNA. You know we're doing sleepy hollow and its Tim Burton and everything but it you know it's it's right up. I think it was right up you know my my you know my wife would like this type of film and We all watched it together. It was great. Right Upper Ellie. Does really good so. We'll get into that. But anyway so you just made me think because I think she probably likes this Hocus pocus to so she would I think. You know it's definitely a movie for like for families, but it's yeah. I was surprised it has some really good stuff in it. Okay I'll check it out I would check it out just like is like Halloween movie. Yeah I I watched something completely different. Now, for something completely different I mean you WanNa talk about like the polar opposite. But I was well, I want to check out Phil's. No I WANNA kick out there. There was like this new release on Amazon. Prime Emmy had to pay. It's like you know like when Milan but I know that was dizzy plus but all when they did invisible man, they did like a re early release and all that they did that they're doing that for this movie called alone. Loan. It's she. It's a notice movie. Just go. It's it's you've seen it a lot. It's she. Has I think it's from a divorce or something like that. She needed to get away from. So she drives he wants to stay in this. In the rural area no, she's not that's hush. Hush here. Now, not blind. She just wants to get away and go to this house, his rule area in the books and everything. And this guy just? Yeah kidnapped certain puts her in this cabin and You know really good. It just came out and I put that on my watch list I definitely want to see that but you know I I wanted that's one of those gotTa be by myself I can't have. Distractions or you know it's one of those I just want to. Immerse myself in the film and And so I put that on my watch lists, but while I was looking around. I didn't see. Really. So I flipped over to net flicks and. I love documentaries and there's this one called from one second to the next, and it's only like a half hour. But it's about texting and driving. And it's these four sisters, four stories and their tragic. And it's really really some of the stuff is tough to Wa I. Mean they don't get like graphic and stuff but I mean it's paid basically people were texting and driving and hit people and kill people. Off. Man and the repercussions and how bad they feel, and then the one story the one he killed his this girl's father and she look at the stars with their father that a telescope and all this, and then you know she hated them she was at the you know the court hearing and everything and she got to say what you wanted to say to him but then later I guess they ended To be friends they kept talking and talking he kept apologizing they became they got to know each other and became friends and now they I don't know that support each other and they get together once in a while and you know I. It's that was nice but I mean some of it is just. It's.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Tales
"He was ready to go. But as he stepped outside his I drifted down to his worn out shoes, brom bones will be arriving on horseback and you'll be showing up on foot like a commoner. This was a fancy gathering and Ibadan had to make an impression. He hurried to the Van Rippers House and begged Hans for a Horse to borrow. Hans offered it cod his best horse gunpowder though best wasn't the adjective would have used to describe the horse old or cantankerous possibly. But it was desperate and a horse was a horse Hans even fitted gunpowder with his best saddle which gave the old stag Regal Air. It KABAD didn't exactly fit in the saddle. The stirrups were too high and his knees and elbows stuck out sideways like wings but it Kabad ignored that minor detail. The important thing was he now had a horse. It goodbye tried not to look overwhelmed as he entered Van Tassell manner, but it was hard not to. He had never seen anything like it not even in the city high ceilings walls adorned with art and taxidermied bears and deer dark mahogany furniture, large plush chairs, and the food. It kebob made a slow pass by the spread gawking at the variety of sweet cakes, savory pies, roasted apples, and succulent Hams. He could have stayed right there the entire night and eight himself sick but then he heard Katrina call his name. Echo Bod turned from the buffet his eyes lit up as Katrina cut through the crowd her gaze steadily locked onto him. She looked better than ever. It didn't even know that was possible. He took her hand and kissed it with a bow. Could I interest you in a dance it Kabad said with a smile could trina nodded she would love to. The only thing it was more confident in than his singing was his dancing. He held Katrina firmly in his hands and glided her across the floor. He felt all the is in the room on the two of them. Most importantly, Brahms. Brom. Sat in the corner watching them stewing it abroad knew this was his place to shine it. Kabad pulled Katrina close as he danced with her song after song her is never once breaking gaze with his. Body was certain of it. They were in love. After what seemed like hours the band finally took a break Katrina excused herself it bod at his forehead with a handkerchief he had worked up quite a sweat on the dance floor he could use a hit of his pipe. Echoed stepped out onto the porch to his disappointment, the men were gathered around Brom. He didn't bother to acknowledge it abroad as he joined the group. Brahms voice was low wrapping up a tale that clearly had all the others engaged after listening to a few words echoed figured out what it was a ghost story. It KABAD spine tingled with fear and titillation he couldn't help. But scooting closer the moment brom finished he jumped right in. have. You heard about the blind girl in Simsbury who can conjure the devil himself? It took a long puff of his pipe as all the men turned to him. His voice shook as he excitedly recounted the tale of the ten year old who sacrificed her own dog to draw out Satan. The men all nodded that was a good story but not as good as their own headless horseman one said. At the mention of the legend, the men all talked over each other, the debate grew more and more intense. The group was torn between the hardcore believers and the doubters men stopped and shouted. The horsemen. Coban had forgotten all about his traumatic encounter with the goal on that first night. His love of Katrina had pushed the obsession from his mind. But as they spoke of their ghost fear gripped echo abroad tears welling in his eyes. Suddenly, something loud and heavy banged against the floorboards of the porch it Kabad snapped out of his stupor and all the men turned toward the sound. Behind the Group A match struck in the darkness causing them all to turn the man who had lived. It was an ancient white-haired relic a cigar poked out of his mangled beard one. I was milky and useless, but his other was black as coal. Brower that you. Brom asked he sounded shock to see the old man. I seen him the old man said. He's always Roman around the old church on the edge town beyond hell's bottom he was buried up there. The Hessian the graveyard hell's bottom it kebabs hand began to violently shake broers story sounded just like his had he escaped just in time on that first night he stared into broers mismatched is completely caught up broward described the chase the Hessian following him through the night. Finally, I dug in, gave the full whip trying to make it to the bridge over the creek but he flew I swear he fru right next to me through may off my horse and into the mode I looked up just in time to see the Hessian disappear over the tree tops in the clap of thunder. Brower took a long puff of the. Cigar. The headless horseman is real. It Kabad couldn't move as the tears formed back in his eyes. He desperately wanted to start singing hymns. The go story was no longer just a story the fun was over. Thanks for listening to tales, we'll be back next Wednesday with part two of the legend of sleepy hollow. You can find more episodes of tales and all other park cast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like tails for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream tails on spotify just open the APP tap browse and type tales in the search bar. Join me next week for another dark and surprising fairy tale. Tales was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios. Original Executive Producers Include Maxon Ron Cutler sound design by Michael Langner with production assistance by Ron, Shapiro Carleen Madden and Erin. Larson this episode of Tales was written by Jesse Harris with writing assistance by Greg Castro. I'm Vanessa Richardson..
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Tales
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All episodes of Hellstrom are now streaming only on Hulu. The Legend of sleepy hollow was published in eighteen nineteen by Washington Irving at the time Irving was in his mid thirties and broke his family's bank had gone under and his prospects for work were slim. The native. New. Yorkers only hope for his new collection of essays and short stories the sketchbook to be a hit. Luckily. For Irving, the book was a huge success with the legend of sleepy hollow as it signature apiece the tail of the headless Horseman Lurking on the roads of the Hudson Valley captured the attention of the country. It was America's first go story to be bound in a book. The roots of the headless Horseman Go back much further than the birth of the United States Tales of headless writers of deaf pop up in north and Irish mythology as far back as the Middle Ages. But by blending the pastoral landscapes of the Hudson Valley with old world ghost stories and real people Washington Irving created a uniquely American Tale, the story of the skittish schoolteacher, his rivalry with the hyper masculine brom bones and his encounter with the headless horseman became a cultural landmark retold year after year particularly at Halloween. The end of the school day had come all too quickly. For ISSAD crane. He had spent his first few weeks in sleepy hollow bouncing from house to house boarding with whatever local had some spare room. But with winter fast approaching, he needed to find a more permanent home. He hoped the van ripper estate would provide just that. With no place of his own he carried everything he owned with him even his copy of cotton mother's history of New England witchcraft. He hated to bring a book so scandalous. Younger pupils he didn't want to arouse any suspicion amongst his new neighbors that he was a practicing witch but as it was, he had no choice but to bring with him to class that day. Coban locked up the doors of the school and headed toward Hans van rippers farm sleepy hollow had taken some getting used to for the bane schoolteacher. The thick Dutch accent was hard to understand and no one seemed to care about anything that took place beyond the border of the town but it Kabad was pleasantly surprised to find that his new community loved the supernatural as much as he did it was his only real tied of the town. It didn't hurt that sleepy hollow was beautiful especially in autumn the oranges and reds of the fallen leaves blanketed the hillsides and the peaceful water of the Hudson sparkled against the low October son. It could bond long to sleep somewhere other than a barn. Van ripper offered up his barn to the schoolteacher in exchange for some help around the farm he had to accept it Kabad loathed farmwork. He could mend defense or Hoa row, but there were too many critters and bugs on farms. It KABAD liked his rights to be unseen. He'd much rather find other ways that being useful. as it approached the house, he couldn't help but overhear Hans as wife Eva singing from the parlor. It was pitchy and offbeat stopping echoed in his tracks. As a rather accomplished vocal talent, there were few things he hated more than poor singing but an idea popped into his head and a smile slowly spread across his face. I might not have to lift a finger after all. It kabad knocked on the door the world singing from inside blissfully stopped he puffed up his chest and straightened his hair making himself as presentable as possible. The door swung open to the pain face of Hans van ripper it abroad shot his hand out. Thank you so much for letting me stay in your barn I couldn't help but overhear your wife. Hans quickly shook his head. He was a stern and serious man every movement seemed purposeful Hans whispered. Don't mention her singing she sensitive. Ibadan gave Hans a wink. I can help. Hans smiled and opened the door wide. It abroad sat his pack down on the Porch and entered. It kebabs mouth began to water the moment he stepped inside the house the smell of fresh baked bread and roasted apples filled the air the matronly eva nodded to her new guessed it. Kabbah didn't waste a single second. Lady, Van Ripper I couldn't help but overhear your wonderful singing. You know I'm quite a singer myself not that you need it but I would be delighted to give you a few pointers. I think with just a little help you could be singing solos in no time. Eva. Van. RIPPER blushed why I've been trying to get a solo at. Church. For years. He told her they should get their lessons started immediately and she agreed Hans breathed a sigh of relief. He was going to wait on the porch for them to finish. It `Gabon. Spent the next hour alternating between guiding Eva through her breathing and denunciation and snacking on apples and bred by the end of it. Evo was almost possible as a singer. She was so pleased with her progress she invited to join them at Church on Sunday. Are Women's choir could use the guidance of someone as skilled as you. Lit Up at the thought his love of singing was almost as great as his love of a good ghost story leading the women's group would be in honor. Said thank you and stepped out of the House to the van rippers front porch. He took a deep breath taking in the crisp cool autumn air. It kebob jumped at the sound of an old rocking chair creaking back and forth. He didn't see Hans the farmer was sitting in the dark smoking, his pipe and having a brandy..
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"A Kabbah jumped and gave a startled squeak Pale and shaky with fear. You Sir are a liar and a creatine KABAD snarled you're not fit to be in such company. With that the lanky schoolteacher turned and marched away into the crowd to regain his composure. The crowd laughed several others who had been the victim of Ibadan lectures padded Bra on the back and bowed to Katrina. Finally though they faded off and left Brahma loan with the most beautiful girl at the ball. You're a quick thinker, Mr Bones Katrina said with a playful smile for a stonecutter. And you have the voice of an angel and a remarkable imagination for a Lord's daughter. She smiled and laid a hand on his arm. Brom, fell to tug of guilt is a terrible. We did that to him. Kit, Serena laughed. You're not terrible but maybe I am he's to be my husband after all. Brom couldn't have been more shocked if the headless horseman himself had come galloping through the hall. You're going to marry that. that. Him. Katrina side. It wasn't my idea. He convinced my father earlier tonight and father says I have to it being a schoolteacher in all it's a respectable match. But not the match you want. No. But the daughters of Lords rarely get what they want at least were marriage is concerned. They carved their pumpkins in silence for a moment. If. You could have what you want. What would it be? Katrina. Blushed. Oh I don't know maybe a gifted stonecutter, a sweet talker someone who would sing with me who would make up clever stories and scare all the way. said. Brom. That's a tall order I. Don't know where you'd find someone as great as all that. Alas said Katrina pressing her hand to her forehead. Then I fear I'm doomed to marry the most. Ibadan. All the episodes. Behind them, the band slipped into a slow waltz. Feeling Bold Brom extended his arm. Maybe before you are recorded. A dance. I. Thought You'd never ask. They took to the floor, but it was only a few seconds before Brown was roughly tapped on the shoulder. He turned to see the schoolteacher glaring at him. May. I cut in. Fact. Without waiting for an answer, a Kabad grabbed Katrina and began pulling her away. He paused just long enough to whisper in Brahms ear smart is men in town and wants her fool of a father dies the richest to maybe I'll pay you to build his script if you're lucky. That was all could take. To be beaten was one thing. But it Kabad was clearly more interested in Van Tassels money than Katrina herself with a grimace Brahms Spun snatched his Jack Lantern In his big rough hands and left the hall. More than ever Brom knew he had to do something about echoed. For Cat Sake. It was a few hours later when the skinny teacher mounted his horse and started back to his home in the village. All in all, he was feeling very pleased with himself. He convinced Lord Van. Tassell to grant his daughter's hand and he had kept that Brute Brom from interfering. Truly. He was the smartest man in sleepy hollow. He rode down the dark road his lantern held high the woods for very quiet and that mayday Kabad. Nervous. Of course if they were loud that would have made him nervous too. It was stupid. Brahms fault with his silly ghost stories. told. Himself that goes through it real but he couldn't help it. He was afraid. He began to sing in his shaky voice. I'm scared of call sneaks and spooks. Sandwiches, nuts and kooks. I'm scared. Falsify your roast but most of all I'm scared of ghosts. Yes. Mo- STOVALL SCARED OFF Co.. The fog was thick tonight thicker than usual. It hung over the ground like a blanket obscuring everything and making it. So his lantern lit no more than a bear few feet in front of him. That, being the case it was almost happy when he smelled the stagnant swamp that meant he was halfway back to the village. A slender cobblestone bridge stretched across the Blackwater and he started to cross his horse's hooves clip-clopping loudly and echoing strangely through the night. Fog did strange things to sound. Why it almost sounded like there was another horse on the bridge. But that was impossible. Abide was alone he had the road to himself. Still he glanced over his shoulder just to ease his worried mind. And they're at the far end of the bridge behind him was a man on a horse. It by Yelps but quickly got himself back under control. It must have just been another party guest leaving late and lost in the fog. You there who are you? He called it's crane here. The figure started forward his inky black horse moving like a ray through the swampy fog. I said WHO goes there? The figure continued to come closer and closer and closer. For a moment echoed thought that the writer was carrying a lamp of his own. But then he realized that it was the writers is that were glowing. They were blazing forth like flames from a head that was in no way attached to the rest of his body. Shaking and quaking with fear a Kabad slowly looked up the rider was tall and broad and cloaked all in black and he had no head. No head but the one he carried in his arms. No Ono. Said Ake. Kabad. But it was too late. The headless horseman lifted the burning head in one hand and with the other hand he pointed at the neck of ecoboost crane. The schoolteacher screamed and spurred his horse. He galloped wildly through the fog taking turn after turn losing himself among the trees his lantern fell from the Saddle Hook and smashed along the ground. It could look back at it in time to see the headless horseman leap the puddle of flames in a smooth jump. It kebabs spurred his horse again and again, but the mount was running out of energy. It wasn't used to running the headless horseman was gaining on them. The hooves of his ghastly mayor pounding a ragged rhythm on the forest floor it Kabad to scare to think road right into a low branch which knocked him sprawling and breathless to the ground. He blinked up in time to see the headless horseman looming over. Him. With terrible slowness, the headless horseman took the head he carried in his hands and set it on his black wrapped stump. The is blazed forth with a terrible or flame. please. Please don't take my head. The headless horseman spoken a Rasp. Leave sleepy hollow forever. I will I will. If you come back, this is your fate the horsemen said, and then he took his burning head in both hands and flung it at abroad. The schoolteacher screamed and took off running into the woods. He kept on screaming all the way through the night and that was the last time about crane was seen in sleepy hollow. After, the teacher was gone, the headless horseman began to laugh. He laughed so hard. He fell from his horse he laughed so hard has cloaked came undone and it could be seen that it wasn't ghost at all but brom bones wrapped in a costume. He rolled back and forth on the ground holding his stomach and laughing among the broken pieces of Jack. Lantern he had used as his fake head. But most of all, he's scared of ghosts but most.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Stories Podcast
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"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"There I sort of clue toward. Toward that but one, hundred percent. Yes. You know there's a lot of story to tell their abby blacked out for four days. What happened in that period of time? Who was he? What was he doing the forest? those are all really big questions. We're GONNA. Answer over the course of the season. And because I've done Paul when I've watched them watch the show with like my family and nieces and nephews are around the fourteen fifteen, sixteen year old I asked him at the end the most important. Okay. Now that you've seen it. What do you WANNA. See next. and. So many say who is that is that? Who is that blurry man? Who is that? What is that blurry thing for a long time we call them blurry man and people come fuzzy guy. Who is that even in the mirror and we and are we going to see more of it for Len? Weisman any chance you'll direct more episodes. I do. Not sure which but it's a it's I, I. Love It. I love the world So absolutely. Do you have any apprehensions after these thirteen air that people don't come back when the series returns next fall I think wishes. Sleepy Hollow Summer Camps Yeah. That's cool. Got Idea for like. muppet babies. Just. Keep it going into three eat obviously we want people to stay tethered to the show, but I think we really believe that. The Way to do that is to do a show of quality and the cable model now is starting to extend into the network world in such a wonderful way because what it does is it really laughed it forces you to kitchen sink every episode every episode could be the finale. There are none of those. When you have a twenty two episode, there's always wanted to ultimately transitional episodes and we can't afford any of those when you're doing twelve episodes and so I think if you if you leave audiences at the end of the season going Oh, my God I have to come back. It's going to be because they were satisfied by those twelve. So our hope is that you know lecompte cycle and people will come back to where we're going. Here's a warning about some of the characters we may know and love on sleepy hollow. Not Everybody is who they seem seventy something that we like devilishly enjoy creating and having you really liked somebody and and and then puts them to a sonnet what's going with Katrina in? Her she good issue bad I don't know. And lastly are Orlando. Jones and cold. Buhari. Who Plays Abby kind of like the cohort and also partner a victim in this series now were they actually watch the series when they're not working bomb usually the onset with abby obviously. I'd say. Get that often. But when I do, it's usually you know on digital. Office you know. What are you? Usually at work sort of. You know. We hear about it occasionally I think Last the last episode that was aired I. Actually I was off that night. So I watched it in bed you know sort of like in and out you can't watch the whole thing like that actor thing I watch some of it, and then I'm like oh it's my scene I gotta change it to something else I was going to. Change the channel. It's a lot of fun though it's a lot of fun seeing what everyone else is doing when you're not there seeing like his work. Beautiful, scenes that were in the last episode Luke All the new characters that have been introduced. So that's really refreshing because you're sort of like. What else is going on in this world and it's nice to just have it flushed out and I also think. That helps when we go back to sort of see what's happening and how everyone's Reacting towards and it's one thing to read it but it's another thing to actually see s ended with that moment and we're all on crazy schedule. We're not always together. Yeah. I mean look when I first saw the pilot I was like Whoa. Okay. You know and you know it ends with something that I thought was super creepy and you know I've been a fan of person she did express. So which is a movie I. Really Really Love Football Fan. So you know it's it's been amazing to work with her and Tom but. The show scary whether the shocking thing is it's funny. I, I. I don't. You know you. It surprises me every time to go from something where you're like. Okay. All right. Well, you know a little bit of P shot out this a little bit and for Orlando Jones, his role is very serious. Will he ever be lightened up just a little bit? No because I think that it's important as Nicole said earlier I think it's important for us to hold the premise scrutiny I think it's important for us not it's a fun show but I think the believe ability of it is something that she hose down so so wonderfully, but I also think that it that's not What I am. Also it's not what it is I mean when I go to accommodate, go to a comedy. This show is not that and this role is not that. So an actress perspective, I really feel like this is what this is and I don't need it to be anything more than that. He's not Orlando. Also be like devilish the funny because the comedy sort of read out of the ridiculousness of. Of of the premise and what you know, what's coming to our doorsteps with sort of like landing Morris I mean the part of the reason I stopped doing comedies frankly is because they became broad comedies and I was always more interested in character driven reality based comedy stuff. I was always a big fan of watching Tom Hanks to make the transition from bosom buddies too. Big To what you see him do now even forrest gump, which frankly is not a comedy but as a wonderfully funny movie. So I really like when it's really grounded. So I think Irving says things that are really kind of funny but he's not a funny person. So I like that that he's not you not to push into reach for it, and that's always fun to do. They discussed fans and Fandom I get to be fan. I. Mean I'm a nerve is not really you're. Not Real complicating. Yes Oh look it's nice to break down the fourth wall because it was surprising to me the fans. Didn't realize that we were human trekkie just like anybody else you know or Star Wars Fan or what have you. So it's fun to sort of break the fourth wall and it's fun to know what the rules are but I've always known what the rules are. So it's not that hard. And I liked it like my entertainment papa. Tonight I'm like him alive. Do you have time to go. Wing. Me No it'd be self conscious. Stupid.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"It starts out there's they say that there's a town called sleepy hollow and then they describe it a lot it's quiet there so the woods there used to not be you'll hear thank funny personal professional sometimes even political conversations with people who Inspire Sophia that had they've gotten to where they are and where they think they're still going we're excited to listen to this show and it will be coming out twice a week so here's a clip and if you like what you hear go head over to her show and subscribe how do you even begin to determine in the codependency is thing in your life and for you as you said it was this condition where you couldn't tolerate not being to having low self esteem and focus on the needs of other people so that you didn't have to focus on your on staff Yup that's I mean that's a really big crux of something interesting that you said that I always wanted delineate is I think a lot of people look at Negoti doesn't have the low self esteem there's a difference between low self esteem and confidence and there's a difference between low self esteem and like charisma or charm and often times the loudest most gregarious most outgoing people have the lowest self esteem because they're trying to overcompensate for something that they think that they're lacking all right to tell me what happens you know we're we're barely anywhere into this oh they they explained that the headless Horseman The show they about kebob drain I didn't watch the movie I read the Book Right Yeah that picture it painted a such a vivid image in your mind he he's a schoolteacher Tom in the in the made fun of how crappy the schoolhouse was every school has then and they were just like and he was so poor outpour wealthy he's so poor he came from Connecticut to teach the kids was that means I don't know the kits were rich people live now he he lived like week to week in various students houses because he couldn't even afford a home wrapped up all his belongings in like In like a cloth Napkin I assume it was on the Bendel right imagine if that were the case nowadays is like this year week that the teacher ask I'm Livia you gotta like by teachers school supplies and stuff because they they're gonNa have to come bring a kindle to your house and lived with you and he was also he was also trying to be like helpful around the house and stuff help on the farms farm they were and and he also taught singing lessons I couldn't tell because there was a lot of old timey were words in this book Tom In this story and my problem with it was I couldn't tell if he was a good singer or bad singer Zoe singing and he's really loud agean and crane type probably have like a like a bad falsetto yeah they said most nor the noise came out of his nose Xlii falsetto yeah any he would go around and gossip with all the ladies in Town Bay said sounds like he's got a lot of free time and he's back then school was like twenty minutes was it I think so sixteen hours no to get back in like till the fields right it was like all right we got every kid between the ages of five and in sixteen in one room here's how addition works now go back to the fields and I have to come with the to till the fields yeah so he also like had this witchcraft book by Cotton Mather you know that guy no use like a fiery old preacher I know the cotton mouth kings cool really cool right now this cotton mather and he wrote a book about Witchcraft Alister Crowley I know he was he was like a Protestant like whatever yeah it wasn't how to do which is like you gotTa Watch out for this stuff and this echoed by train would read about like the Colt and stuff yeah you'd always get spooked while the don't do that that's what I do at they aliens I think they come for me at night and then at night yeah this is what happened the same way that you had night terrors yeah he would just lie week being spooked from all these spooky stories he read so he'd start singing and everybody in town could hear him sing all come on yeah shut the hell up yeah but made them less scared yeah behind you fall asleep singing and so when he was his like the according to Washington Irving he would go around and just like meet with all the ladies if there is like a pretty sister of a pretty older sister of a stabling right and they'd tell him go stories and they just trade stories all the time and they'd Spooky chiller yeah I mean I guess there is nothing better to say like that's actually the only thing now a little bit romantic about the old times when it was like everything's boring here's GonNa tell ghost stories and scare the hell out of each other all the time but then and sometimes we get control and they'd be like in and we're GONNA burn this person a life sometimes things get a little bit right where it's like look like we all liked to watch ghosts videos on youtube from time to time but that doesn't mean we need to burn anyone alive in front of the whole town right but sometimes author really a ghost or a witch show-me in the the waters yeah find out load now if they don't float oopsy whoops whoops daisy that were no which that were no witch you know about this high profile alien abduction the having the eighties in Manhattan no hi Pearl the define height Arnold buddies a bunch people saw this UFO suck somebody have like their high rise apartment we're the up side what yeah opposite side maybe Lennon it wasn't jae he was dead by then already okay everybody was grieving and ran the spaceship Tom O. M. up with he on the spaceship yeah shot in the head already of it is so good Amar's some people say aliens aren't from Mars him of anything if anything from another dimension and the Martians they died longtime ago possibly millions of years ago they recently found out that Venus we're boys go to get a penis right potentially with habitable for like three billion years it used to not be all gases there what did it used to be like earth is like a regular place you could go and hang out yet right it was I mean we think I think Weird Neil degrasse Tyson I don't know if he's weighed in yet he's too busy talking about like you know on the fast and furious movies they say you know when the soon hits your I it's like a pizza pie but actually if the moon hit your I would be he would hit you with these many Hilal's of force people the crap on Neil Patrick Harris the crest hill the crest Tyson for doing that stuff but that's the only way he's actually GonNa stay relevant if he just gets people riled up being a jerk like uses like actually Thanos wouldn't be this popular there was a short up this powerful hope the popular it's like he was actually kept in Americans Shield wouldn't American I kept in American grandma I was doing my Neil degrasse Tyson impression he doesn't know now he's like a big superhero he's a comic book Fan Katrina Van Tassell Tom so is she pretty Tom you better believe it do you want me to ask a hot name these words that hot name what does that mean and Trina vent hassle she was a blooming lass of fresh eighteen. Tom I bet you feel bad now plump as a partridge ripe and melting and rosy cheeks Max which is her father's Pete what a creep and universally famed not merely for her beauty but her vast expectations Tom I'll tell you what big she wore a pro provokingly short petticoat move woo so everybody we had the hots for her right how they doesn't say how old Kebob crane is but if there's ladies eighteen I hope he's not like fifty yeah it's I feel like even like cartoons of it's never real clear how old they kebabs you always think like okay everybody in Olden Times Hyde early but no the frigging founding fathers all live til like ninety five years yeah back then you could like some yes some of these people died very early but it wasn't at the craziest thing to live a pretty long time right although I feel like I mean it sounds like he doesn't it Shit Together let's see we've pretty young yeah Sam go live in students houses I feel like he he might be like an intern intern age yeah that's true yeah well we'll give them the benefit of the doubt let's say he might be seeing twenty okay so he's in love it there Her dad is a ball Baltisk van Tassell you sounds like a like a tough not yet guess what they're rich core safe is big farm they've got van in their name of course they're rich INC guess we'll know there's a lot of vans here in this is the same man that brought you rid van winkle yeah who is he was rich right yeah I mean how could he be asleep that lawn there's another Guy Lady Bird a crappy horse from Hans van ripper who is like not a rich the Ab van ripper yeah that's like a Jack The ripper US related to Jack The ripper got the name is Dutch cousin so this crane always wanted food he's devouring mind's eye he pictured to himself every Roast pig running about with a pudding in his belly and an apple in his mouth the pigeons were snugly put to bed in a comfortable pie and tucked in with a coverlet of crust the geese were swimming in their own gravy and the ducks pairing always alien dishes like snug married couples with a decent competency of onion sauce in the porkers he saw carved out the Huger sleek side of Bacon and juicy relishing ham not a Turkey but he beheld daintily test up with its gizzard under its being in it just goes on like with him like imagining animal says already cooked food he's walking around the farm and he's like I really like this this young lass but what I also like is all these handles in imagining food that I could eat the villain from it Daffy duck cartoon or something was he doing nobody in real life imagine looking at two pigeons imagining them in a pie uh-huh frigging eighteen ninety the seventeen ninety s terrible yeah and like I never look at a cow and think like that looks delicious yeah survey was after this lady and not just for the food that seemed to be a weird echo bud crane thing a fetish thing now I think maybe he described her and a bunch of light gross like food like she's plump is yeah I tried to some research into like his fetishes no if This is the Tom can you tell this is the scariest story of red spooked all the time just thinking about any of this like like is this now gory or whatever whatever embolisms there's some reason why when everything about food nobody knows now there's this other guy every boy in in town wanted this Katrina lady and there's a guy him Brom van brunt lot events yeah but guess what.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Halloween month is Halloween month we are deep into it now we are two full weeks into alouine Monday I'm spooked I'm I'm so somebody says something you look at the dog the dog is also across the street and you own here big trucks coming hi that's funny any ill explain the joke now to the the the person who just made the joke at like that it was unexpected you're expecting get down to the spooking tim talking about all that other stuff just because I was so afraid of the rest of the spookiest to come yeah and I was being the comic relief in a horror movie I read a book Tom a short story okay scary using your whole life is scary typical millennial where you wanNA trophy for a wrote a book Short Story deserve a trophy for it I just think you should congratulate me I don't need anything material just want your respect maybe a gift card yeah and e Gift Card so nothing material The legend of Sleepy Hollow Tom by Washington irving what Washington Irving Magic Johnson. Yes when do you think what year do you think Washington Irving was born I'm going to guess that Washington Irving was born in eighteen thirty six it's towards the end of his life at that point Oh that's what I thought you said when do you think he was towards the end of his life that isn't normal question now died he was born in seventeen eighty three allow after our country's founding yeah Lucky Guy Lucky duck so before the Constitution was ratified right yeah but wait what year eighteen seventy three and seventeen eighty three seventy eight three yeah when was the constitution ratified on a eighty seven I want to say okay there Tom There is the articles of confederation seventeen seventy six no that was the Batson right constitution we need a producer yeah with a with a lot of history the knowledge that like a like a hearing your dog not at home or right exactly eighty seven we're when they hear allow truck up because you got these headphones on we don't know it was it was created and presented in seventeen eighty seven it was ratified in seventeen eighty eight and it became effective in seventeen eighty nine nine it must be crazy if you were born back then imagine being born and being like a little kid and your parents I guess countries like eight years old what take ex yeah tickets to a country that's been around a little longer it's exciting when you're a kid you don't know the countries away just like I'm a boy yeah we're girl you'll come of age with our great nation yeah split up the Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton saying to their children I did realize that that was their their child was Washington irving who wrote the legend of sleepy hollow in it was published in eighteen twenty okay so like old is this you said about a week or the headless horseman. Hey aren't they the same thing no the headless horseman but a character the character is a character from Tim that's like saying oozes about masters of the universe or he-man now I would say it's like come on man everybody calls it he man but what about is this about nightmare on elm street Freddy Kruger because Freddie Krueger shows up other places yet but he is the nightmare on elm street no the headless horseman is the legend of Sleepy hollow no he's not as who the hell is then astill Rod Crane get at a story is the legend know the story in the story the legends already happened you didn't read the story I know from legends look Tim thing about legends is you can just say oh I heard from legend maybe I heard from a different source I heard from a local I think the the the story is the legend not it's not like the legend of New York is about me or really that I don't know who Ed Koch I would say like maybe Rick Rockefeller Who Rockefeller what's his first name though John D. Rockefeller what about I bet you thought that I said Rock Capella which I wished the story of New York was the story of Rock Capella I would like to see rock I tell the story of New York Oh yeah right now the good or are they up to nowadays died no he didn't die all together no that's nice packed after the reboot of Carmen Sandiego didn't go the I feel like they were like touring for a little bit probably there there Dan they were an acapella group Tom Right I feel like they rocked yeah clean up on youtube nowadays or something like hey here's yet here's the history of New York and we're GonNa sing about what you a man in his late thirties thinks that like oh this'll be hit with all the kids ask why don't they put out a CD everybody would love it record rock cappella yet Nah naturally that would go over well with the Xeni Tom Yeah I saw some I forget what it was recently Zanny is somebody corrected us when we did our episode about millennials people correct to spend a lot of things down yeah but Zanu Hills is actually probably more apt to me and you know not true that it's between Gen X. and millennials now Z. is the one after oh zinnias with an with an axe okay yeah see okay apologies roll that back and we'll start from in here right deleted the last ten episodes for the very time ah a mistake was pointed out deleted everything from mistake on me a lot more listenable yeah Tom I'm going to tell you the story of sleepy hollow as Washington tell me the story or the legend I'm GonNa tell you the story of the legend of sleepy hollow yeah because this wasn't like an actual legend right he made that up I don't know Tom This I it says here in this book that it was found among the papers of the late deedrick knickerbocker yet and I heard that they found the Blair witch tapes in a car and and that they were real and the jury's out we don't know if they're real or not I saw the special on the SCIFI network yeah I read something about that whole thing recently and I'd forgotten about the sci fi network special about Blair we which and how good it was and how was like the first time that the Blair witch project movie was is not real yeah you that all along yeah they're people didn't right and they were saying This article was basically pointing out that numskulls if you ask me the sci-fi channel thing was basically the first time somebody did Trans Media Well of like Oh this is also takes place in the story or whatever but it's a different piece of media it's you know like a mobile mobile so it was an early it was it was like a typical move is sued by the TV assode and that it actually like it lashed out the the ideal no mash was a movie made mashed into a TV show yeah thirty years earlier to write but now but we don't like mash so some people like Mash I've been thinking of getting into mash enter real weird phase don't get into Ashby please people who are to measure all bores now it's just says it's depressing it's just such a depressing show it was is on at night when all the reruns were on after all the good reruns Ron was always on after cheers good I know but there would be like a few like couple episodes it cheers he'd be like really settled in like all right cheers is great having a great time they'd be no maybe like Oh man to singing the taxi theme song and not well Ah that's how well I know the taxi themes yeah I like taxi either taxi was great it was depressing but it was Nice Yeah Alex Rieger he knew he he was he was a cabdriver I always got the all these other guys they're not cabdriver I'm the only cabdriver here is that a Judd Hirsch take Jeff Yeah he's he's an actor and Marylou Hanner in Judd Hirsch I don't remember her name so he user actress its name Marilu Henner remembers every day of her life yeah she has a photo beyond photographic memory that's great I forget what you you is Michelle she was a cab driver but like I don't want I don't remember what her aspiration us right probably having a photographic memory no she achieved that that while the actress did Yeah Lot Gif is there jack up we all remember lot every Jim Lago protest type for Baulky here's a lot a lot in balch yeah where do you come down on Andy Kaufman Andy Kaufman I never really liked him yeah but did you kind of respect them own little all the hubbub about it especially like in the late nineties when the book exc came out the the bio-pic came out yeah but I never watched one of his specialties like I'm GonNa take the whole we're going to leave car- Carnegie Hall in all get milk and cookies this is stupid but yeah I mean brilliant well it's the kind of thing that doesn't age well because like at the time that was probably like nobody's done anything like this but he's been copied so much yeah nowadays Tim Hijackers I'm not GonNa take you for milk and cookies I'm taking for LSD man Yup that's that's hyst I liked him heidegger a lot we're pro heidegger yeah and I don't want to hear anything about it right so let's see if we're pro the Anti Irving so this guy deedrick knickerbocker JV met somebody and they were like Hi Nice Meteorology Washington Oh kiss the the war just happened yeah as parents were like boy there were patriots down yeah they were like we were like that Guy Washington but we have a last name guess what they couldn't named George Urban Yeah right maybe the advocate named George named after King George maybe they were real fairweather allow now I yeah okay Tom the legend of Sleepy Holler now there is I went there recently yeah he I mean these starter describing tarrytown right yeah where my mother I was born and spent the first few years of her lifetime and she's got ahead but can be detached thrown at people uh-huh Oh shit and down into Eri Tau and they're shutting all the factories to how yeah you're GonNa Change secondly all the pumpkin badges down a very good spoofs mun reclaim to be at shotton all the horse ranches is down nice okay all right so it describes thing he's basically quiet there the the thing was quiet back then story no the tarrytown center was bustling now yeah yeah comparatively with the seventeen hundreds bus celing should be I'd be snooze and go horse the Wifi and they the Wifi Password at the state come on I'm trying to get the Y. Bypass they wouldn't even bother burning you at the stake you die naturally pretty the all right so from the listless repose of the place and the who peculiar character of its inhabitants who are descendants of the original Dutch settlers this sequestered Glenn has long been known by the name of sleepy hello and its rustic leads are called the sleepy hollow boys did you see any of the sleepy hollow boys when you're up there tom no I avoided the rough parts of town though so what did you do when you're in sleepy hollow drove around looked at the cargo Yeah into a restaurant in nineteen ninety-seven they changed North tarrytown be called sleepy hollow because because the factories shut down on no yeah like a big factory shutdown what did it make wigs no it was like gee factory or something like that or like northrop Grumman some big like Oh no this is where this was like twenty thousand jobs or something like where everybody worked finance shut down there were like shit where we're GonNa do let's rename the town sleepy hollow and then we can be a tourist town yeah and it works it works by I bought a lunar I drove around the cemetery and and went to a restaurant and then went and looked at the statue of the headless horseman which kind of socked so this goes into a little bit of the the story of the headless horseman or the Legend of course it does know very in the very begin Yeah so awesome saying even make it up it was a Hessian soldier so it's how you pronounce it it's a lot like the their revolutionary war the British hired German soldiers and This Guy he got his something they would have done his head got shot up with a Canon Ball that used to happen yeah and then they took his body and they buried it.
"sleepy hollow" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"My wife was actually sleep holiday and didn't realize it was a real pleasure. I'm gonna town called sleepy hollow. And I was like, that's it. That's the real the real one might have friends who live there, you know, it was used to be called north Tarrytown or something. And they eventually were let's rename ourselves sleepy hollow much cooler, and like we'll get tourists to come. And that is Irving place the story references like Tarrytown being Jason to sleepy hollow. It was a little hamlet or whatever little collection of folks. Didn't look right. No. Because it's the suburbs up there. Now, it's not some quaint English town and they want. Brand new Americans wanted that controlled grand gone, you'll kind of thing. So they build the fucking thing. They built a huge village and shot some of the movie on that. But then most of it. I think is must be like a looks like my sounds. Yeah. Just, but I just love this movie having being in a pre lecherous green screen everything. The fact that surrounding them on all these sets, especially the exterior sets are just beautiful like still backdrops of clouds and fog. Sure, there's something very Erie about the fact that it doesn't move it yet. It's real, and it's it's really hard to do. Yes. I've tried to do it recently. And it's not easy, especially that's the dark, exactly. And and. Chiba then took it like even further with a series of unfortunate events like that movie. Also, I think it was like the last big like sound stage exterior heavy and like looking at the lighting grids for that. Or just like mind boggling looks unbelievable credit that feels like him kind of running with everything he did on this exactly the practice run for that. And what a glorious practice run it is. And there's something about the quickness of it to like, they're always the head. The this always running through the same path in the woods. They had like a very limited in burnt talks about this commentary track. Like, this Spanish stallions running at full gallop on this very limited path of appeal in a sound stage. Right. Whereas if they made this movie tomorrow, they would build the patch of the ground and a couple of trees or rocks that they would rearrange and different angles. And they would just at all, right? Not even that much digital set extension. This the windmills miniature which means the worst perspective manager. So it's probably backdrop behind that. And he said pointedly wanted to do as much cameras possible. You know, so I think the biggest CGI effect in this movie is just the headless horseman himself. Yeah. Which is just putting a green hood over rape parks head is that what they did. Yeah. Yeah. That was how they did it. Yeah. It into the casper van Dien, you know, cloak attached within the trailer and the trailer. You don't know that it's still pretty effect yet. Right. Right. But there is something very eerie to the way that he moves because he's not moving with that sort of like full body. Turn the head on the shoulders kind of thing. Does you know? Yeah. And the high collar it's like, I was they had problems with low ceilings. As as you saying Phantom Menace, all the set height was digital extensions. But here they had problems with. Hello. The ceilings are at least. And which is funny. So they used a lot of smoke. They said, yeah. Yeah. Which works. There's one shot where he looks off into the cornfields and like some deer run out and like deer like notoriously bad after -ssume that those are all digital. And they look real. Yeah. And like I've made a movie with CG dear because you can't get them to do anything. So really never look good. And I was like watching like, oh, those look like real dear. And they had to have been digital. There's no way they were the I noticed that. And I thought I thought movie with digital dear very good digital. So you just can't it's it's just really hard. They're just not trained..