Guy creates 400ft Mind Flayer from “The Stranger Things” that hovers above his house

With the Halloween season around the corner, it means spookier-themed shows. Recently, Tom BetGeorge came up with a retro-fueled display this year, one of the most massive and most splendid light and sound drone shows ever showcased.

BetGeorge and his team were famous for creating light and sound shows every year, and this year was no different. This year, the theme included them displaying many characters from the exciting American TV show “The Stranger Things” and “Ghostbusters.”

The numerous drones created an awe-inspiring and spellbinding light and sound show that towered around 400 feet in height. BetGeorge had selected the opening theme music from “Master of Puppets” by Metallica. The drones gave a glimpse of upside down.

It showcased Demogorgon, the Mind Flayer, and Vecna’s grandfather clock. The drones showed Max hovering above BetGeorge’s home, lighting the night sky. As the show continued and people enjoyed some Metallica, the talented drone pilot decided to give them something else to think about when they went home.

Later, BetGeorge changed the music to Ray Parker Jr.’s “Ghostbusters.” So the second part of the light and sound drone show was set to the ’84s classic. The drones displayed the famous no-ghost logo and showed Slimer drawn into a ghost trap.

Last, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters joined the other characters in the night sky. The light and sound drone show impressed several of BetGeorge’s online followers. It indeed lived up to the feel of the Halloween season.

It took an insane amount of talent, effort, and dedication from BetGeorge and his team to accomplish such a monumental feat. Finally, however, the Halloween show blew the fans’ minds and brought joy to millions of hearts.

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