Jack-O-Lantern: The Headless Horseman
By Terri
Dec 6, 2006 - 2:57:00 AM

Isabelle Crane is at a Halloween party, when she saw a man dressed up as the Headless Horseman. Being a very distant relative, twice removed, of Ichobod Crane, Isabelle thought it was weird that someone would dress up as him. She was superstitious and seeing this man gave her the heebie, jeebies. All night long it felt like he was staring at her. So she kept drinking Flying Broomsticks to give her courage to walk home, alone.

As Isabelle was walking home she heard a sound. Galloping hoofs behind her? No way, she must be out of her mind. As she turned slowly, she saw a lone figure of a man on a horse with a pumpkin in his hand pointing at her. She started running but the man on the horse caught up with her and lifted her upon the horse in front of him face down. Now what? As she struggled to get away he slapped her on her bottom. Isabella stopped screaming she was so startled. His gentle rubbing and massaging of her buttocks really turned her on. As they headed into the woods Isabelle kept getting hotter by the minute. He finally pulled her up to ride in front of him and she rubbed her buttock on his crotch.  They kept riding until they reached a cabin and oh what a ride. Could this be real or was she dreaming? What would happen next?


JACK-O-LANTERN: THE HEADLESS HORSEMAN is a tale that has lived for a long time. But Ms Karland has put a twist in it like no one else could. Isabelle Crane was scared of being alone after dark on Halloween because of her family ties to the Headless Horseman, Ichobod Crane. Being superstitious was enough but then being abducted by the Horseman could only be a dream. I loved this story. It was short but kept me reading until I was finished. I was wondering what the Horseman was going to do with Isabelle when they went into the woods and when I found out; I needed a fan to cool me down. Ms, Karland, thank you for a wonderful story and I hope to read more of your stories in the future. 

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