Riverside Home’s Musical Halloween Light Display Reopens After Shutdown

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Neighbors of a home in Riverside that erected thousands of LED lights synchronized to pulsing music for Halloween can either rejoice or scream because it's back like Johnny in "The Shining."

With its animated singing pumpkins, tombstones and synchronized light display, the home on Deercreek Drive generated both fans and foes earlier this month. On Sunday, it appeared the foes had won out after police shut the attraction down due to noise complaints.

But in a last-ditch effort, the display's creators, Kevin and Amber Judd, obtained a special event permit, giving fans another shot at seeing the musical display.

"Like the GhostBusters said in the movies 'We’re Baaack!' We could not have done it without the support of the community so thank you," the Judds wrote in a Facebook post for Creative Lighting Displays, which created the Halloween attraction.

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Correction: An earlier version of this story included a misspelled name and was not clear about who created the project. It has been updated.