Tired of the same old tourist hot spots? Rita Braver walks us through one New York tourist attraction that's truly at the end of the line:
The Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., conjures up frightening images, like the fearsome Headless Horsemen, pursuing poor Ichabod Crane.
We must disclose that rumors persist that this place is STILL HAUNTED.
And among the spirits here is that of Washington Irving, the man who made the place famous by writing the "Legend of Sleepy Hollow," as guide Linda Ford explains:
"He was a brilliant satirist," Ford said. "I think if he were alive today, he'd be writing for 'SNL.'"
We joined some brave souls who dared to venture into the spooky world of CEMETERY TOURISM!
"I just think they're wonderful places," said Doug Keister. "They're full of history, and they're full of architecture."
"And full of dead people!" said Braver.
"They're full of dead people, but they don't mind!" he laughed.
(Read the rest of the article at the first link below, and the accompanying television piece at the second.)