Linburg Lights creator says this could be the display’s last year

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MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- A light show in York County attracts lines of cars every night, and a teenager is the one behind it.

Caleb Linburg, 18, has been creating what he calls his "Linburg Lights" display every year since 2009.

He and his family begin setting up the Christmas lights outside their home at 1195 Hambiltonian Way in October.

People who drive by the house can tune into a specific radio station to listen to Christmas music while enjoying the lights.

Caleb even designed an app where if you press a button, snow will come out of the house.

But this year's display is extra special for the teen.

Caleb said, "This year actually when we started the lights, I proposed to my girlfriend and she said yes. So actually this will probably be the last year because we're going to move. And I might start it off where my new house is. But it's the last year for it at this location."

The display will be up until New Year's Day for everyone to enjoy.


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