Sure, you’ve got your jack-o’-lantern and a couple of fake cobwebs, but you’ll have full-on Halloween house envy when you get a load of Edwards Landing Lights, the name one homeowner has given his truly epic singing light display.
The house, which is reportedly in Leesburg, Virginia, has been outfitted with more than 8,500 lights and 2,500 channels of animation, and the result is a singing Halloween house you’ve got to see to believe.
Here’s the house singing Macklemore’s “Downtown.”
The guy who owns the house says this is just a hobby and definitely not a business. An FCC transmitter broadcasts the song on FM car radios in the area, so neighbors aren’t bothered.
Here’s his Halloween house singing “Uma Thurman” by Fall Out Boy.
The lights the owner uses for his display are LED, which he says are so energy efficient he estimated the entire electric bill for the display only costs about $25-$35 to operate over the entire Halloween season.
Here’s one last video of the house performing its hits, this time, “House Party” by Sam Hunt.
The owner and operator of the Edwards Landing Lights house has answered tons of questions about how he puts together his holiday lights spectaculars. He even made a tutorial video in 2013 to help explain how he puts the whole show together.
Pretty amazing. Happy Halloween!
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