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(KSL News) -- Lots of people put up Christmas lights, but we found one home that shines above the rest. It's more than just lights, it's a light show syncronized to music.
Computer engineer Carson Williams spends weeks creating his spectacular production. He hangs over 25-thousand lights and choreographs them to the music.
The tunes are broadcast over a low frequency radio channel so spectators can listen from their car radios.
Williams says the power bill for the light show is 150 dollars a month.