While many shows rely heavily on CGI to create the things that go bump in the night, Sleepy Hollowprefers good ol' fashioned practical effects for it's goblins and ghouls. And boy, does it pay off.

On the set: Go behind the scenes of Sleepy Hollow

By relying on actors and prosthetics to bring most of the drama's monsters to life, the creatures that haunt Sleepy Hollow feel that much more real - and that much more scary.

Take a tour of Sleepy Hollow's special effects makeup trailer to learn behind-the-scenes secrets about baby Moloch, John Cho's neck skin and more!

Sleepy Hollow airs Mondays at 9/8c on Fox.