Leesburg Home Puts On Halloween Light Show for 5th Straight Year

WASHINGTON — For a fifth straight year, a home in the Leesburg community of Edwards Landing is putting on a Halloween light show.

This year, the singing jack-o’-lantern faces, neon graveyard and ghosts are programmed around three different tunes, “Downtown” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, “Uma Thurman” by Fall Out Boy and “House Party” by Sam Hunt.

In past years, the light show has been set to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” “Gangnam Style,” Marilyn Manson’s “This is Halloween” and “What Does the Fox Say“.

The “What Does the Fox Say” display got over 7.9 million views on YouTube.

The house also does a similar Christmas light display.

The owner of the home says there are more than 8,500 lights and over 2,500 channels of computer animation in the display. Viewers tune in their car’s FM radio to hear the music that goes along with the light animation and no music is broadcast outside to bother the neighbors.

To see the display in person, head to 1816 Woods Edge Drive NE in Leesburg, Virginia.

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