Christmas Laser Light Show  (5.0M)
Laser Light Show of the decade - Yule Want To See This!
’Twas the Light Before Christmas...



Background Info
The Christmas lights in this Laser Light Show were synchronized to flash in time
to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra's musical score "Wizard In Winter" (from 'The Lost Christmas Eve' album).
The inventor of this display is
Carson Williams, a Mason, Ohio electrical engineer who spent
3 hours sequencing 88 Light-O-Rama channels that controlled 25,000 Christmas lights in his
annual holiday lighting spectacular. He spent nearly 2 months and $10,000 to hook up the system.

How do his neighbors put up with all the noise?
Viewers driving by the house are informed by signs to tune in to a signal broadcast over a
low-power FM radio station to hear the musical accompaniment.


Why was the Laser Light Show discontinued?
After a December 6, 2005 traffic accident in his neighborhood, Carson Williams indefinitely
discontinued his 2005 Christmas light display as it was causing severe traffic congestion problems...


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20-Oct-2019