LIVING DEAD DOLLS HEADLESS HORSEMAN
After losing his head in the American Revolution, the Headless Horseman rides forth to the scene of battle in a nightly quest for his lost head. Failing to find his decapitated cranium, he substitutes a pumpkin and continues to search. The Headless Horseman is the first Living Dead Doll to ever feature a removable head so he can be displayed with his pumpkin "head" in place or without, revealing his stump of a neck. The Headless Horseman comes complete with real cloth clothing, carefully recreated from period sketches and descriptions. He features a flowing cloak, as described in Washington Irving's classic tale. Each Headless Horseman comes in his own collector-friendly coffin box.
In Shops: Aug 20, 2014