Halloween may be over, but a New York landmark's got one last bit of spooky cheer for you.
Last night, while trick-or-treaters roamed the streets of New York City, the Empire State Building turned on its famous LED lighting system and revealed more than 200 feet of new lighting on the building's antenna for a choreographed light show set to Halloween tunes, including Danny Elfman's "This Is Halloween" from The Nightmare Before Christmas.
The show was choreographed by lighting designer Marc Brickman, and the accompanying music was broadcast on two different New York radio stations so observers could tune in and enjoy the fun. Luckily for us, if you weren't there you can still enjoy some of the show via the helicopter footage above. It's a very fun spectacle, and now that Halloween is done, it's got us wondering: What will the Empire State Building cook up for Christmas?
(Via The Mary Sue)