Former members of a biker gang from the 50s are being decapitated, and a key witness claims that the murders are being committed by a headless figure on a motorcycle wielding a sword. Kolchak pieces the story together and finds that the specter is out to avenge his death due to some rather unusual circumstances surrounding his burial.
Did You Know?
The phrase of the times that Tony tries to utilize is "Lay it on me," not "Whip it on me." See more
Carl throws the biker's skull at the headless body. It strikes him in the chest and bounces away, but the next shot of the biker's skeleton shows the head connected to the body. See more
The teenage years - sixteen candles, fervent passions, aimless joyrides, and the forbidden taste of beer - a time the world allows for sowing one's wild oats; but, for some individuals I came to know in the summer of their discontent, it had been a time when they had sown the seeds of their own destruction.
Referenced in Headless Horseman