‘Sleepy’ streets reopen on time

  • Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 11:22 a.m.
    UPDATED: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 11:23 a.m.
A huge light suspended from a crane hangs over St. Luke's Episcopal Church late Tuesday night, where crews filmed scenes for the
A huge light suspended from a crane hangs over St. Luke's Episcopal Church late Tuesday night, where crews filmed scenes for the "Sleepy Hollow" TV pilot. The horse trailer parked on Church Street delivered the headless horseman's steed, a white horse that carried the villain while he shot a gun. Photo by Emily Ford

SALISBURY — Downtown streets reopened on time this morning at 7, when many “Sleepy Hollow” cast and crew members headed to bed to catch some sleep before shooting resumes tonight.

A huge light suspended from a crane over St. Luke’s Episcopal Church illuminated the shoot late Tuesday night. The church is a key location for 20th Century Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow” pilot, which is scheduled to film here through Friday.


20th Century Fox should learn on May 13 if the pilot will be picked up and made into a TV series.

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