LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) - A lot of south Georgians are checking out a high-tech Halloween display in Lee County.
Lights are synchronized to five rotating songs you can hear on your car radio when you drive by.
Tom Fratino, who studied electrical engineering, spent about $10,000 and hundreds of man hours to put on the display.
"Each song takes about a week to do, couple hours per night you have to fine tune it and come out here and look, each light doesn't go as fast as other lights and you've got to fine tune it." Tom Fratino, Homeowner.
The light show lasts about 20 minutes.
You can see it from 7 to 10 on weeknights and 7 to 11 on weekends.
The house is at 131 Silver Leaf Drive in Lee County.