Boca Raton last year almost stopped him from including dancers in his annual Halloween display when a neighbor complained, he said. The story went viral on the Internet and the "Thriller" shows went on as planned.
Luckily, before he got sick (this year), he had already set up 20,000 lights and effects for his Halloween show. It goes from 7 to 11 p.m., nightly.
"We've got everything synched and coordinated with music," he said.