Yes indeed, there are some awe-inspiring light and holiday decor displays you can find just driving through neighborhoods in your town. Then – there’s this guy!
Christmas Light Show Displays have become more and more elaborate as the years have gone by and the technology available has improved dramatically. For a few hundred bucks, you can go to your local home improvement store or hop on a primary e-commerce site and acquire the necessary equipment to create a holiday light spectacular. We’ve come a long way from Clark Griswold’s breaker-blowing, disastrous display in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.
Meet Tom BetGeorge. This spirited lighting designer is sharing the Halloween fun with his neighbors and community in a BIG way! His displays have become a thing of legend, and after his first one went viral, he has gained internet fame. Check out this incredible choreographed Halloween light display that gets you in the mood for the upcoming spooktacular season!
We all know and love the Original Ghostbusters movie from 1984. Billy Murray, Dan Akroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Harold Ramis took over the big screen and saved the Big Apple from a ghostly attack of massive proportions (Staypuff Marshmallow Man, anyone?). Fans cheered on the ragtag bunch of Ghostbusting pals and the infectious theme song rose to number one on the Billboard charts.
Tom has used this blockbuster theme song by Ray Parker Jr as inspiration for this hauntingly hypnotic Halloween light display. It is one of the most incredible things I’ve ever seen!. Singing jack o lanterns lip-sync along with the classic hit and color-changing lights dance to the rhythm of the beat, while massive LED displays project images, flanking the sides of the house.
This guy’s stuff is on a whole other level! You’ll just have to watch it to see how amazing it is. I can’t figure out how he has all the pumpkins singing perfectly in time with the music. Go watch this incredible Halloween display and share your amazement in the comments below. Would you like to see more of Tom’s lighting spectaculars?