‘Sleepy Hollow’ Episode 5 Preview ‘John Doe’

Main title logo for the Fox Series 'Sleepy Hollow'. Photo Credit: Fox

Main title logo for the Fox Series ‘Sleepy Hollow’.
Photo Credit: Fox

Tonight’s episode of Sleepy Hollow will bring to light a new foe that they may not be able to defeat.

When Ichabod and Abbie come across a very sick little boy, he begins to speak in a language that none of them had ever heard before; well, no one except for Ichabod.

He determines that the young boy is speaking Middle English, which was only spoken in the Middle Ages.

How could this little boy really be from the Middle Ages? Well…I guess the same thing can be said for Ichabod who lived 250 years ago, but you get the point.

The bigger question is, what is he doing in Sleepy Hollow?

He brings with him a disease that nothing in modern medical science can recognize. Not only can they not determine what it is, but they also cannot determine how it is spread, and more importantly…how to cure it.

The veins in his hands begin to turn black, soon spreading to the rest of the body. Even though they have the young man in quarantine, the disease still begins to spread.

Things go from bad to worse when Ichabod starts to exhibit some of the very same symptoms, and is taken in quarantine himself. What can Abbie do when the only other person who truly understands what is going on in Sleepy Hollow is incapable of assisting her in solving the mystery?

Here is a sneak peek at tonight’s episode of Sleepy Hollow entitled ‘John Doe’.

Sleepy Hollow airs on Monday nights at 9:00 p.m. on Fox.

Topics: FOX, John Doe, Sleepy Hollow, TV Show, TV Shows

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