This is one Halloween display sure to score a W with Cubs fans! And it's right here in Omaha.
Chicago Cubs fans are having the time of their lives with their team playing in its first World Series since 1945.
This Northwest Omaha couple has decided to combine their two biggest loves, the Cubs and Halloween, in one great display.
Sabrina Glozeris and her husband, Paul have created a Halloween-themed light display in the tune of Cubs' official victory song "Go Cubs, Go."
So far, the video on their YouTube channel has been viewed more than 130,000 times.
Glozeris told KMTV that programming the songs took them a few hours.
While the lights and other decorations for the home were put up over several weekends.
Glozeris added that her husband also hired a company to help with other decorations that had to go up by the roof.
So far, her neighbors have no problem with the display.
"Our neighbors have been fine with it and are looking forward to it," she said.
Glozeris said that the music is broadcast via FM radio for a short distance, so there's no speakers making noise outside.
The Halloween display only runs on weekends until 9:00 p.m.
For locals who want to see it, the home is located in the Deerwood subdivision off of I-680 and Blair High Road.