There's usually one person in every neighborhood that goes all out when it comes to Halloween light displays. But whoever that person might be in your neighborhood, their work will pale into insignificance compared to the spectacle put on by Creative Lighting Displays.
The guy behind the company puts on an annual display at his home in the city of Riverside, California, syncing his manifold lights to various Halloween songs.
This year he's chosen Ray Parker Jr.s "Ghostbusters" and also the classic "Monster Mash" by Bobby Pickett (see below). And it's seriously amazing for a neighborhood display.
You can't deny it's impressive, even if just seeing it gives you fatigue for the amount of work that's gone into it.
This guy does this for a living though. Here's what it involves:
4 singing pumpkin faces, tombstones, hand carved pumpkins, strobes, floods, 2 Matrix boards and thousands of lights. All RGB LED except for the faces, floods and a few light strings. E1.31 DMX and LOR driven. 8000+ channels.
The only downside to this that i can see though is your door will be knocked on for Trick-or-Treats by pretty much every kid within a 50 mile radius.