Each year, before Halloween, a house from Sunshine State, California is covered by its owner with a series of lights that flash spooky faces which in turn sing classic songs with a Halloween twist.
A video which shows the Sunshine State house prepared for Halloween has become an internet sensation and has already amassed over 690,000 views on YouTube.
The Halloween house owners use tombstones, hand carved pumpkins, strobes, floods and thousands of lights to create an incredible light show set to the tunes of the LMFAO hit pop song Party Rock Anthem.
Furthermore, it features four large, moving pumpkin faces on the top level that has given wowed audiences a singing light performance for the past three years.
Last year, the house owner decked his home in the same lights to create an entertaining version of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”.
In the previous years the owner has made videos set in time to Ghostbusters, Beetlejuice and Bobby Boris Pickett’s “Monster Mash”.
The house was also decorated for Halloween with four singing pumpkin faces, tombstones, hand carved pumpkins, strobes, floods and thousands of lights it really is quite a sight – with not an inflatable snowman anywhere to be seen.
The creator comments on YouTube were: “Most all lights have been changed from incandescent to RGB LED so power consumption is a lot less than previous years.
“All lights, faces and props are custom made (DIY) by me except for the roof line which are CCRs. Controlling channels have gone up 8X from last year. 1144 channels. Light-O-Rama.”
The house yard lawn is also littered with pumpkins and other decorations that add to the show.
A survey has revealed today that Halloween is now the second most popular family occasion behind Christmas with parents spending more than $150 on parties for their children this year.
The survey results show that Halloween came in ahead of other traditional family occasions including Easter, Bonfire Night and even beat childrens’ birthday parties.