The gala of goblins and ghouls is nigh, and our movie reviewer and subleaser Mitchell Kennedy is getting into the spirit, this time writing under the pseudonym of Koontz Kennedy, telling us only, ‘The horror, the horror.’ Perhaps he meant Kurtz Kennedy? Well he can change that later. In any case, we thought you might enjoy this excerpt from his horror novel-in-progress The Hatless Horseman.
The Legend of The Hatless Horseman
A Hatless Horror by Koontz Kennedy
CHAPTER 3: THE HEAD THAT GOES HATLESS
The moon was finally up over the lonely country lane when Ichabod left the party because no one would listen to his story about Ampersat Todd and The Thing in the Wardrobe, insisting instead upon telling the old tale of The Hatless Horseman who had been heard several times of late, patrolling the country; and, it was said, tethered his horse nightly among the graves in the churchyard.
And that is as far as Koontz got with this one, though mostly plagiarized wholecloth from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, sigh.
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