Ichabod and Abbie discover a dark secret buried within the pages of George Washington’s Bible and unearth the shocking true nature of the founding father's death. Meanwhile, Capt. Irving makes a near-impossible decision for the sake of his beloved family that drastically changes his future. The battle between good and evil comes to an explosive head. Sacrifices must be made, worlds collide, loyalties are tested and the town of Sleepy Hollow will never be the same.
Ancitif, a minion of Moloch with the ability to jump from body to body and possess its victims via physical contact, returns to Sleepy Hollow after a seven year absence and delivers a foreboding warning to Captain Irving: unless he delivers George Washington’s Bible – a valuable resource in the war against Moloch - great harm will befall his daughter, Macey. Unwilling to cede to the demon’s demand, Ichabod and Abbie search Sheriff Corbin’s archives for clues to defeat their latest adversary, and make a startling discovery about the identity of one of the demon’s past victims. Even as Ichabod and Abbie uncover the key to defeating Ancitif, they find themselves in a race against time as they try to obtain a relic fundamental to accomplishing their task. Meanwhile, Captain Irving takes steps of his own to safeguard his family, but his precautions may prove to be in vain when the slippery demon manages to infiltrate the ranks of the Sleepy Hollow police department, and Jenny makes a revealing confession about her past that could strengthen her relationship with Abbie.
Ichabod enlists Henry Parrish to help him communicate with Katrina, but in the process, a menacing danger is unleashed from purgatory.
Lena Gilbert, a billionaire, celebrity socialite with lineage dating back to the founding fathers, arrives in Sleepy Hollow to visit her recently purchased ancestral home. Lena mysteriously disappears, and when Ichabod and Abbie are called in to investigate, it doesn’t take long for the pair to track the missing woman to the now-dilapidated family mansion. Once inside, Ichabod and Abbie quickly realize that the house they’re in is haunted and they – like Lena – have been trapped inside by a malevolent force that has embedded itself on the estate for centuries. As the trio tries to escape, truths are revealed about the true nature of the once resplendent home, including ties that link Lena’s forefather to Katrina, and evidence that Ichabod’s bond with Abbie isn’t mere coincidence. Meanwhile, a visit from Irving’s ex-wife leaves him with an unwinnable decision concerning the shared custody of their daughter, Jenny tries to make friends, and Ichabod learns startling news that both overjoys and confounds him.
Using a combination of modern technology and centuries-old mysticism, Crane and Abbie have managed to capture the Horseman, but still need to determine his weakness in order to defeat him for good. In an attempt to interrogate their prisoner, they seek out Deputy Andy Brooks, in the hopes he will facilitate communication with the Horseman. While Brooks agrees to help, his assistance comes with a foreboding warning. Meanwhile, Captain Irving is finally a believer in the Headless Horseman, but is unable to share what he knows with the rest of the department, lest he be deemed crazy. In need of assistance on their mission, he takes Abbie’s advice and seeks out her sister, Jenny, who proves to be a valuable asset. As Irving and Jenny make an effective team against the Rider’s minions, who are determined to stage a rescue, Crane and Abbie learn revealing information about the Horseman’s origin, and the true reason for his presence in Sleepy Hollow.
When Crane is abducted (blocking the other-worldly connection between him and his wife) Katrina reaches out to Abbie in a desperate attempt to warn her of the Headless Horseman’s imminent return to Sleepy Hollow. She also tells the Lieutenant that as a result of the spell that resurrected both her husband and the Horseman, the fates of the two are now linked; the Horseman cannot be killed without also killing Crane in the process. If the “Two Witnesses” have any hope of defeating Moloch and his forces, the ties that bind Crane to the Horseman must first be severed. Katrina offers a possible solution, one that requires Abbie locate a being known as the “Sin Eater” and have Crane’s soul “sanctified.” But first, Abbie (and Jenny) must locate Crane before sundown.
When an unidentified boy is discovered in Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod Crane and Lt. Abbie Mills are called to the scene. After speaking with the child, they immediately realize that something sinister and sickly is afoot and the duo go on a hunt to discover his home and origins – and are shocked by what they find.
Lt. Abbie Mills and Ichabod Crane search for Abbie’s estranged sister, Jenny, who has escaped from a Sleepy Hollow psychiatric hospital. In a game-changing episode, which includes flashbacks to the real Boston Tea Party, Abbie and Ichabod discover more about the evil they are facing... and finally learn its name.
Another soldier in the army of evil, the Sandman, seeps into the dreams of the residents of Sleepy Hollow. By infiltrating their minds at night, he tortures them to the brink – all because they, at one time, turned a blind eye to justice. When the Sandman seemingly sets his sights on Abbie, she is forced to begin to face her past – and her institutionalized sister, Jenny. With Ichabod by her side, and her life at stake, the duo must try to defeat the Sandman and continue their fight against evil.
Still adjusting to his 21st century reality, Ichabod Crane and Lt. Abbie Mills move forward in their mission to unravel the mysteries lurking in Sleepy Hollow. A frightful vision from Ichabod’s former wife, Katrina, sends the unlikely duo on the hunt for a vengeful witch from the 1700s that has been awoken by unknown evils and is on a path of destruction in the quaint town. Meanwhile, despite all odds, Officer Andy Brooks is back and on a questionable mission of his own.
During the Revolutionary War, Colonial soldier Ichabod Crane fell victim to a masked Red Coat with a bow-shaped scar on his hand, but, before dying, decapitated his killer. Two hundred and fifty years later, Crane crawls from a shallow grave and stumbles towards the nearby village of Sleepy Hollow. Unaware of where (or when) he is, his man-out-of-time behavior quickly results in Crane’s falling under suspicion for a pair of grisly murders in which the victims (one of whom was the local Sheriff) were decapitated. Despite being ordered to transport Crane to a mental hospital, Lt. Deputy Abbie Mills senses the truth in her charge’s words and seeks his help to unravel a mystery that could very well hold the fate of the world in the balance.
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