In "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," what do the old country wives say happened to Ichabod Crane?
He was spirited away by supernatural means.
He married a woman more beautiful than Katrina Van Tassel.
He found a new place to live and became a judge.
He turned into the Headless Horseman.
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But since Ichabod was a bachelor and in nobody’s debt, the townsfolk decide that he has been carried off by the Headless Horseman, and they worry no more about it. Some say that he left town, partially in fear of the ghost and partially out of shame for having been summarily dismissed by Katrina. Brom Bones, who marries Katrina shortly afterward, also always seems to have a knowing look whenever the story is told, and he finds mention of the pumpkin especially funny.
The old country wives of the area, however, continue to hold that the ghost of the Headless Horseman spirited Ichabod away. This tale becomes a favorite story of the area. The schoolhouse is no longer used, and some say that it now is haunted by the ghost of the hapless schoolmaster.