Valdosta, GA - They come from miles around to see the Williams' house.
"I have gone to this house every year and I love it so much. It's one of the best houses ever," said Kenzie Eikenberry, Trick-Or-Treater.
Cars lining up way down Wendover Street off Eager Street and tune-in their radios to hear the music that accompanies the big show.
"Then it meshes with the music so the lights go constantly with the music. It's great," said Taquita Zdenek, Trick-Or-Treater.
"There's scary stuff and it just pops out of nowhere and you don't expect it," said Lexi Sutton, Trick-Or-Treater.
It takes quite a Halloween fanatic to put on this kind of a show. So who are these people?
"It's just wonderful. It's just one of the best hobbies in the world to have," said Allan Williams, owner of the Halloween house.
Whoever said Halloween is just for kids never met Allan Williams and his wife Pam.
So even when your hair is too grey to go Trick-Or-Treating, there is still a treat waiting for you every Halloween at the end of Wendover Street in Valdosta.
The Williams' family goes even bigger for Christmas.
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