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Video: Singing Halloween House Is Back And Bigger Than Ever
That Riverside guy who goes all out with his impressive, singing Halloween light show every year is back—and this one's bigger than ever.
Kevin Judd of Creative Lighting Displays is known for his festive Halloween light shows, in which jack-o-lanterns take over a home by night and sing pop tunes. This year, he's got more lights, two giant screens and even some pyrotechnics, CBS LA reports.
Judd's neighbors haven't always been in a festive mood, and his homeowners association ending up shutting down his light show in 2012. So, last year, he just put it up at a friend's place—which also got shut down, but he was able to snag some block party permits that allowed him to run his show at certain times.
This year, Judd's show will be occurring on the weekends only and he's managed to allocate specific parking areas for the droves of onlookers who come to check the show out in October.
He's already put one video up online featuring the Ghostbusters theme, and it's pretty great. You can find directions and show times here.