Fine Arts Friday: Ghost story


Washington Irving’s short story “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” can be considered the first American ghost story. It’s based on folk tales, and it has been adapted for movies and television and depicted in art. It’s 2 parts goofy and one part creepy, although some adaptations leave off the goofy and emphasize the creepy.  Most of us were probably introduced to the story by Disney. I just realized Bing Crosby is the narrator.

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We read a wonderful picture book adaptation for our American History studies last year, but alas, I cannot recall the author. There’s an audio book version is free at Audible and for Kindle. Free versions are also available at The Internet Archive.


*Yes, I’m getting rather expansive with my definitions of Fine Arts Friday. Roll with it.

One response to “Fine Arts Friday: Ghost story”

  1. […] November 16: Read a scary story. Ace has a nice compilation, or you can always go with “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” […]

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