A couple in the Denver suburb Highlands Ranch starting carving characters into pumpkins making some fantastic jack-o'-lanterns. This year, they're displaying 200 of their creations.

Jim Christopherson and his wife use foam pumpkins to carve their characters so each one can be displayed every year along with their new additions to the collection.

To make the Jack-O-Lantern garden, even more, fun, the Christopherson's put lights in the pumpkins and synchronized the lights to Halloween music.

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