The Living Dead Dolls welcome one of the most popular characters of American folklore into their ranks: The Headless Horseman. After losing his head in the Revolutionary War, the headless horseman rides forth to the scene of battle in nightly quest for his head. Failing to find his decapitated cranium, he substitutes a pumpkin…yet 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 stands 10-inches tall and comes complete with real cloth clothing, carefully recreated from period sketches and descriptions. He features a flowing cloak, as described in the classic tale.