While Halloweeners around the world put the finishing touches on their costumes, one house in Riverside, California is already up to its old holiday tricks.
YouTube user KJ92508 is delighting web video watchers once again, with an automated Halloween display. This mystery DIYer caught the attention of Yahoo News using the Light-O-Rama system to blast out 1,144 channels of automated excitement to the tune of LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem.”
However, if you check out the user’s YouTube page, the more impressive display is “This is Halloween” from The Nightmare Before Christmas. Scroll down and take a peek. Are those faces just a little too lifelike or what?
Maybe that because all of the lights, faces and other props are custom-made. Take a peek below at this homeowner’s creepy, extremely cool handiwork. If you like what you see, scroll down a little further for a peek at last year’s “Thriller” display, which currently has over 1.6 million views.
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