Halloween house in Naperville is YouTube sensation

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One of the best Halloween displays in the entire Chicago area can be found in Naperville.

Nick Thomas’ house is famously known for its very elaborate display and has attracted national attention.

His ‘Halloween house’ is located on the 1100 block of Conan Doyle Road and draws thousands of visitors each year.

Thomas says the display takes about one month to put together, and contains about 850 pieces.

There are five faces that sing to music from 30 different songs by everyone from AC/DC to Queen.

His neighbor for 15 years, Steve Jandick, is the technical genius behind the lighting display.

Jandick says he uses the program ‘Light-O-Rama’ to put it all together.

This year, they are raising money for GiGi's Playhouse, which is an achievement center for young adults with Down Syndrome. Their goal is to raise $5,000.

Check out these awesome videos from the Thomas Halloween display:

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