A Stevens Point man is hoping you'll check out his unique Christmas light display.
Darren Reid has spent the last month setting up his outside display. Lighted trees and a handmade nativity scene adorn his home and yard. Red, white and blue lights make tribute to his service in the U.S. Air Force.
What's unique, is that the lights flash along with music.
"I got a computer sequence light show here. It runs off a control box you can program it with computer software to sequence it with music," Reid said.
Spectators can drive to the home he shares with his girlfriend Julie, at 3123 Rice Street, tune their radio to 95.1 FM and listen and watch the show from inside their vehicle.
Currently there are three songs that are a part of the show. Reid says he hopes to add more this weekend.
Next year he plans to make the display even bigger.
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