'Today Show' Features Leesburg Halloween Display

The Edwards Landing home features 8,500 lights and 250 channels of computer animation.

One Leesburg home located in Edwards Landing has received quite a bit of attention within the past few days — for being spooky.

The home features 8,500 lights and 250 channels of computer animation, synched with 13 songs and animations such as "Gangnam Style," "Ghostbusters," and ”Monster Mash," according to the Washington Post.

The creator of the Halloween display is Brandon Bullis. He was interviewed via telephone on the Today Show Wednesday morning. He was also heard on DC 101 Monday. 

According to reports, Bullis has asked that his address remain anonymous so you’ll have to keep an ear out for the musical show. You can also check out his Facebook page, titled "Edwards Landing Lights."

On Monday, Bullis updated it with a list of rules for anyone who stops by for the show. An Oct. 18 post states that 13 songs are divided into two 25 minute shows that play on alternating nights. Show times are 7:15 to 10 p.m. on school nights and 7:15 to 11 p.m. on weekends.


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