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Father of Son with Autism Creates Amazing Christmas Light Display

Check out this story in The Colorado Spring Gazette of a father's love for his son with autism. Read the full story by journalist Dave Phillips HERE

To call what happens to the Warner family’s yard each December a Christmas lights display would be like calling Frosty just a stack of slush balls.

The whole house comes alive with choreographed blasts of color and sound, splashing from tree to lawn to roof and back as 17,000 lights flash through a meticulous dance set to guitar riffs.

Rudy the reindeer sings. The Grinch rocks out on electric guitar. Both are backed up by a chorus of deer who sing and smile and even boo at the Grinch, thanks to a carefully controlled tangle of hundreds of wires and circuits that snake to a computer in the corner of the family’s basement, which Steve Warner, the mastermind behind the extravaganza, calls “the Bat Cave.”

“I work on this all year,” Warner said. “I start programing in July. My wife calls herself a Christmas widow.”


michael framson

I am blown away by that spectacular display. Very, Very Creative.

Teresa Conrick

WOW! That is wild and way cool! What a great, festive family and neighborhood!


Maybe the son will major in electronics at a small community college like mine is working on????

A very good Christmas, happy story.

And Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays (holy days)

Maurine Meleck

Just spectacular. Thanks, Steve Warner.

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