Yes, that's a lot of light.
There are 250 strands of lights, with 100 individual bulbs per strand for a total of 25,000 lights on the house in "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation," but there are almost as many on this house in Odenton, Md., about 20 miles south of Baltimore.
The amazing light show is put on by light specialist, Lights On Ice Crystal with the help of a neighbor.
Lights On Ice Crystal is in his third season of decorating cheer, and told The Huffington Post in an email that all props and fixtures in display are made by him "with tons of time, zip ties and hot glue."
Check out his house playing Lorde "Royals" from Halloween. It will make you light right up.
"I started setting up for Christmas pretty much right after Halloween," he said. "There are 16 North Pole/candy canes that line the sidewalks. ... New this year is the mega spiral tree to the right, which is a 10 foot tall tree I built from scratch, 8 strands of each color (red, blue, green and white) for a total of 3,200 lights on the tree."
The lights dance to six songs right now, but Lights On Ice Crystal is working on adding a few more tunes. Viewers can experience the holiday cheer by parking front of the house, and tuning in to 98.5 FM to listen to the lights dance with the music.
If you would like to see the house for yourself, send a Facebook message to Lights On Ice Crystal for the exact location and directions.
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