Family puts animation to the test with Halloween light show
LEESBURG, Va. – There’s always one house in the neighborhood that goes all out for every holiday, whether it is handing out large candy bars at Halloween or massive displays in the yard.
A family in Virginia is the talk of the town as they put their love of entertaining and animation to the test for Halloween.
Each year, “Edwards Landing Lights” puts on a display for visitors and neighbors, while raising money for charity.
The family decided to take two extremely popular tunes and turn them into an animator’s dream.
According to the family’s YouTube channel, the home has over 8,500 lights and 1,066 channels of computer animation.
The group says it is a personal hobby that gives them just as much entertainment as it does the neighborhood.
This year, guests are treated to the house dancing and singing ‘The Fox’ by Ylvis and ‘Blurred Lines’ by Robin Thicke.
While watching the show, visitors are encouraged to make a donation to the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.