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12,000-Light Halloween Home With Music Shut Down After Complaints

By    |   Tuesday, 28 Oct 2014 05:18 PM

A house decorated for Halloween with 12,000 lights synchronized to music has been shut down by police in Southern California after noise and traffic complaints.

The Riverside Press-Enterprise says Kevin Judd used 12,000 lights to create the display at his friends' home in Riverside. The lights flashed in time with music such as Michael Jackson's "Thriller," The Associated Press reported

Last week, Judd and his friends Melanie and Mark Betty began offering a half-hour nightly show. Hundreds of people showed up with their kids to dance or hang out at a nearby park.

But after complaints about excessive noise and traffic, police responded on Sunday and shut down the display.

Judd says it's disappointing and he isn't sure whether he'll stage more shows next year. Judd says he might look into getting a permit or renting commercial space.

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