Halloween lights: Your guide to the most stunning, spooky Halloween decor in the Triangle


As Halloween draws near, more families are looking for a spooky dose of fun. Consider this your guide to the best light shows and houses with the most stunning displays.

Already, there are homes with electrifying displays – everything from eerie light displays synced to Halloween music, to a graveyard of talking animatronic heads from horror movie’s most classic monsters. Some homes have skeletons crawling all over their walls; others have giant dinosaurs and dragons roaming their yards.

One particular neighborhood in Holly Springs has multiple impressive displays all within a five-minute drive of each other.

How do you find the most memorable displays? WRAL will collect the best Halloween houses right here, adding to the list as more homes are submitted. If you know of a spook-tacular home worthy of being added to the list, send photos and an address to our Report It.

1. Holly Springs – 220 Point Park Circle

This Holly Springs home got all dressed up for Halloween. With skeletons climbing the walls, giant animated ghosts, and a vivid neon green and purple color palate that makes the entire yard feel like a Tim Burton Movie — it’s a must-see for Halloween!

2. Holly Springs – 200 Mystic Quartz Lane

This Holly Springs home has an impressive light display set to music. Giant singing faces serenade visitors from behind multiple graves and an enormous skeletal horse. Lines of lights create actual cartoon designs, which dance along and tell stories that go along with classic Haloween favorites like ‘Thriller,’ Ghost Busters,’ and ‘This is Halloween.’ It’s a great place for an impromptu sidewalk dance party.

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