And not that upstart Sleepy Hollow in New York
Sleepy Hollow, a far-western Chicago suburb along the Fox River, for decades has celebrated Halloween with the reappearance of Washington Irving's headless horseman, as described in his legendary short story, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow."
Apparently, there's a friendly rivalry between the two locals, as described in this fun Wall Street Journal story, (with its witty headline), "Off the Top of Your Head, Where Is Sleepy Hollow? Horseman Materializes in Illinois, Far From Ichabod's Stamping Grounds"
America's worst war? You might be surprised. Read Madness: The War of 1812.