Midnight In The Desert — lightshows

You have to see this Star Wars Christmas light show in Texas

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You have to see this Star Wars Christmas light show in Texas

After his family's light display went viral in 2015, Matt Johnson has done it again with a Star Wars-inspired theme. On his YouTube page, Johnson said the light show this Christmas celebrates the launch of the new movie Star Wars: The Last Jedi in December. The light display is synchronized with a "dubstep EDM remix" of Darth Vader's Imperial March. Read More: 12NEWS.com

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Mysterious red lights flashing inside White House puzzle witnesses (VIDEO)

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Strange red strobe lights have been spotted flashing inside the White House, sparking curiosity among witnesses and social media users, who rushed to offer dozens of possible theories of what might be happening inside the executive branch residence.

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WOW Mind Blowing Light Show 2016 - Full Aerial Sync Wizards In Winter

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WOW Mind Blowing Light Show 2016 - Full Aerial Sync Wizards In Winter

Music Credit (http://www.trans-siberian.com) (The Prestons Family Christmas Light Show in Kingman, Az will be featured on this years The Great Christmas Light Fight Series on ABC don't miss it. According to my source I hear it costs an average of $700 to run these lights 5 hours a night for 6 weeks. Thank you Prestons for your Christmas Spirit towards the community. Read More:

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Trista Lights 2016 Christmas Light Show

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Trista Lights 2016 Christmas Light Show

Trista Lights 2016 Christmas Light Show which was featured on Season 4 of ABC's The Great Christmas Light Fight. 17,000 computerized lights sequenced to an upbeat holiday soundtrack. Read More: YouTube

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Rare Light Pillars Reach to the Sky

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Rare Light Pillars Reach to the Sky

Not to be mistaken for Northern Lights, these bright colorful stripes are called Light Pillars. They form during cold weather when plate shaped crystals float horizontally close to the ground. These crystals reflect the light coming from unshielded artificial light source (also know as light pollution) and make the light appear as if it was coming from the sky. The different colors in this picture come from the various color temperatures of our street lights. The warm orange ones come from traditional high pressure sodium lamps whereas the bright white pillars come from new LED lamps. Read More: Space Weather...

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