Homeowners across the country are using their houses to show their Halloween spirit.
The Rodriguez family in Lorain, Ohio, has a two-story pirate ship emerging from their home.
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Neal and Melissa Adams staged a light show at their Valley Center, Calif., home to the tune of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines."
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Pete Marin in Cleveland, Ohio, uses wood and foam to make giant Transformers for his lawn.
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Scott Johnson, in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., put on his light show with the help of more than $1,000 in community donations.
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Paul Duryea of Palm Harbor, Fla., told Good Morning America about 1,000 people visit his "Mansion of the Macabre."
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Brandon Bullis, creator of the Edwards Landing Lights home display in Leesburg, Va., has gotten millions of YouTube views of his displays featuring "The Fox," "Blurred Lines," and "Gangnam Style."
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Website designer Dave Bates chose the classic Disney song "Grim Grinning Ghosts" as the theme for his Taylorsville, Utah, haunt.
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Cindy Matthews, of Chesapeake, Va., gathers DIY ideas to decorate her yard and her mother's front lawn.
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Halloween is a family event for Matt Champneys and his daughter, Jessica, who have been creating a Haunted Halloween Lair at the Spanish Fork, Utah, home for the past 11 years.
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