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This article is about the The Scooby-Doo Show continuity. For other incarnations, see Headless Horseman (disambiguation).

The Headless Horseman was the disguise of Elwood Crane.

Physical appearance

It is a headless male body, with an orange carved pumpkin for a head. He wears a blue outfit, with gloves and a cape.

Personality

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History

Early life

He was a Hesson Solider fighting for the Redcoats until his head was blown off by a cannonball. They never found his head and the body was buried in Sleepy Hollow. He rose every Halloween to look for a new head.

The Scooby-Doo Show

Season one

Elwood Crane unmasked

Elwood Crane unmasked.

He stole Elwood's head, but in reality it was Elwood himself who was behind it all to try and steal the Crane family diamond because his business was going under.

Appearances

Notes/trivia

Headless Horseman SDMU

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Headless Horseman of Halloween.

  • In the live-action film Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, there was a deleted scene in the Monster Hive where Shaggy Rogers kicked off his pumpkin head and his body ran into a wall.
  • Ghosts cannot cross running water which is why Ichabod is safe from the Headless Horseman once he crosses the bridge.
  • This is a rare instance where a villain deliberately shows his unmasked face while in his monster disguise. This is because the Horseman had supposedly taken his head (Elwood's) for his own.

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