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'Sleepy Hollow' Season 3 Spoilers: New Villains Revealed, an Enemy Returns, Plus a 'Bones' Crossover

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Sleepy Hollow. Facebook image. Sept. 28, 2015. |

"Sleepy Hollow" returned with its Season 3 premiere on Fox in October 1, and spoilers have just emerged over what audiences should expect for the season.

With "Sleepy Hollow" entering Season 3, fans of the Fox supernatural drama should expect a traitor to reveal himself as the show progresses.

The modern day adaptation of the Washington Irving classic, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," will see a twist in the ongoing season with Ichabod confronting an enemy from the past and Abbie getting into trouble with the FBI.

According to Movie Pilot, new villains will also enter the scene. Pandora will be the main bad girl in Season 3 as she strives to unleash hell through the mythical Box. Her warrior, Bloody Mary will also appear from a cracked mirror, and the humanoid goat/Christmas demon, Krampus, will be seen torturing and then actually eating people.

A Norse goddess of Hell will torment Ichabod and Abbie alongside the Headless Horseman who is still out there somewhere since the witch's Katrina's defeat last season, and there will be a Dracula presence who will go around turning people into blood-sucking creatures like himself.

According to Entertainment Weekly, there are also speculations of a "Sleepy Hollow" and "Bones" crossover that's reported to be airing as the October 29 episode of both shows.

Both Brennan from "Bones" and Ichabod are detectives in their respective series, and the shows' writers created an episode where incidents taking place in the real world cause a similar resonation in the supernatural world.

Another pairing will reportedly show up, apart from Ichabod and Abbie, with Jenny who may end up in a relationship with Irv or Katrina. However, there hasn't been any definite word of who she'll be partnering with during the course of the season.

"Sleepy Hollow," which first premiered on September 2013 on Fox, has been nominated for a series of awards, as well as been favorably reviewed by critics. The show, which represents the network's highest rated drama since its 2006 police series, "Standoff, airs Thursdays on Fox at 9pm.

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