Grill Cover with Headless Horseman
Grill Cover Made From Commercial Quality Marine Grade Vinyl
The Headless Horseman Holiday Grill Cover
The Headless Horseman was a fictional character from the short story called "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". The Story begins in a town near North Tarrytown, New York named Sleepy Hollow. The Horseman was supposedly a Hessian soldier of unknown rank; one of many such hired to suppress the American Revolutionary War. During the war, the Horseman was one of 548 Hessian's killed in a battle for Chatterton Hill, wherein his head was severed by a cannonball. He was buried in a graveyard outside an Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow. Thereafter he appears as a ghost, who presents to nightly travelers an actual danger (rather than the largely harmless fright produced by the majority of ghosts), presumably of decapitation. He carries his own head on his person or that of his horse and uses it as a weapon, though he also carries a sword. In Sleepy Hollow, a Tim Burton film, the Horseman is seen to also be skilled with an axe.