Video: ‘The Fox’ Halloween Display

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A viral song is the core of a Halloween display.

More than 8,500 lights were used at the Virginia home.

Spectators can tune their radio to hear "What Does the Fox Say," and the lights blink in time to the music.

The display is free but money is being collected to benefit the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

Click here for the full YouTube video of the display.

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