Fort Hood Staff Sergeant Creates One-of-a-Kind Christmas Display
(KCEN) -- A Fort Hood staff sergeant is showing off his Christmas spirit and it's probably not something you'll want to compete with.
Almost 5,000 lights were used to turn a home into a one-of-a-kind Christmas display.
The lights are part of a full on Christmas show.
Along with all of the lights, people driving by can tune their radio in and watch the lights dance to the rhythm of the music playing.
Over the past two weeks Staff Sgt. Christian Lattero has been spending his extra time building an eye catching Christmas music light show.
After looking at examples from YouTube, he decided to try it out for himself.
From classic Christmas tunes to even dub step and techno, the 30 minute show is sure to keep you wanting more.
Lattero said, "Families will come by, you know, if they have the windows down you can hear the little kids and just their reactions to the lights. That's the part I like the best. It's funny to hear them. It makes you smile."
But at 10 o'clock, the lights are turned off so neighbors aren't disturbed.