Monday, 21 November 2005

Holiday_lightsYou think your house decorations are awesome? Are you one of those people who tries each year to out-do your neighbors? Or are one of the out-done that suffers the effects of Mr. Uber-Decorator?

Well, no matter who you are and no matter what your motivation, I bet you've never seen a house decoration display quite like this one. Seriously, the picture at right is not even close to what the video shows. Wow, cool...

UPDATE: As it turns out, the man who built it is named Carson Williams and he lives in Mason Ohio. Apparently, the show attracted so many people that when a couple cars had an accident, the police could not get to the accident because the streets were jammed up with other cars, so Carson had to stop the display each night, at least for a while.

Here are some other links for ya:

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Monday, 19 December 2005 12:30:55 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
I just wanted to tell you how AWESOME I think this dad loves it too. I first saw it on Ellen but they didn't show the whole thing. My dad got an email with this and has played it a ton! I was wondering what song this it to? I've heard it on the radio but have never heard who it is by or the name. Great Job!!!!
Mandy D.
Irving, Tx
Mandy D.
Monday, 19 December 2005 22:22:16 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
Updated post with some facts and links to other interesting sites. Also removed comment with profanity - glad ya like it, but vulgar language gets removed. :)
Monday, 26 December 2005 23:18:57 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
That song is Wizards of Winter by Trans Siberian Orchestra. They also do the 'Carol of the Bells' that people, for some reason, mistake for Metallica all the time. There are lots of people that do the same type of display every year, and they can all be found at It is extremely easy to actually do this, and transmit the music over an FM transmitter so that passing cars can listen and watch the light show..

Oh, and thanks for the link to my site (ChristmasLightFinder).. :)
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