South of the once famous Florida cow-town of Kissimmee, there is an ancient oak tree called Dead Man’s Oak. Hundreds have claimed to have seen the apparition of a headless horseman riding a white horse. The sightings have all occurred within the area around the old oak tree. There is a legend, which claims that this is the spirit of a man who was captured by Spanish soldiers and beheaded beneath Dead Man’s oak. The sightings date back at least 100 years, with the last alleged experience being reported in February 2000.
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