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  • How can Lady van Tassel inherit all of the van Tassel and van Garrett lands after Katrina dies if she already faked her own death? Kinda hard to show up in probate court and stake your claim to your husband's estate after they've already interred your corpse next to his.
    • She could just say it was a case of mistaken identity. The only people to whom the scar on the hand meant anything were Katrina and Crane, and Lady van Tassel was already working on that. Once the people who could raise a fuss were out of the picture, she'd show up, say she panicked and fled into the woods or something, and receive her inheritance.
      • It was 1799; neither the telegraph nor the telephone was invented yet. So news of her death or faking her death, wouldn't be out until it was sent by snail mail. As far as the nearest major city was concerned Lady Van Tassel was still alive.
  • When Brom and Ichabod fight the Horseman, the Horseman seems disinterested until they run away, and which point he drops down from the other side of the bridge to continue the fight. Why would he bother to stop them from leaving him alone if that's what he wanted in the first place?
    • I think Brom pissed him off a little too far.
    • Maybe the Horseman decided that Brom probably wasn't going to ever leave him alone, and that if he didn't kill him he could look forward to being shot every time he rode into town. Not a major problem, but definitely an inconvenience.
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