During the month of December, every Thursday we are showing off our favorite holiday lights that were submitted to us right here on 5NEWS for our Holiday Lights Showcase. To kick it off, our very first house is the Speegle’s Extreme Light Shows in south Fort Smith. On this weeks’ Adventure Arkansas, Meteorologist Michelle Trotter shows us the Speegle’s house.
Our first house for the Holiday Lights Showcase is the Speegle's House in south Fort Smith.
“I always enjoyed decorating and putting up Christmas lights. Last year with the pandemic, I decided to do something extreme and that’s what I told my wife that is what I was going to do, decorate the house and learn how to make them synchronize to music," says Kyle Speegle, who is the homeowner.
And that's what he did, he went extreme, synchronizing music to every single light on his house.
Kyle says it took him months to prepare for this Extreme Light Show and this is the only the second year that he decided to go extreme with the lights. He also has a light display for Halloween.
“Back in April, I started synchronizing and doing all the computer work and come July I started building and mounting the lights on the house." Kyle says.
Rows of Christmas trees, two big and tall Christmas trees on each side of the house, presents, and candy canes all cover his front year.
You can't forget the Grinch with his heart two sizes too small.
On top of his garage, there are four light bulbs that narrate and sing the lyrics to the songs.
Merry Christmas and Go Hog shine bright on his roof.
All you have to do is tune into the radio station to enjoy the show. There are a variety of songs that the lights synchronize to.
The Speegle’s house will be on display every single night until the end of the year.
If you want your holiday lights to be showcased, all you have to do is download our 5News app and scroll down on the homepage until you see “#Sharewith5” and that’s where you’ll submit your video or picture of your lights. We will pick our favorite and will be going LIVE on Thursday showing them off.