You could buy a whole new house for the amount of money one Brooklyn family spent on Christmas decorations. According to the Daily News, the Seddio family in Canarsie has been brightening up the neighborhood with their annual display since 1963. They're giving Clark Griswold a little competition, with 250,000 lights, dancing reindeer, elves and talking Santas; this year they added a wreath with 11,000 lights to the roof of the house. Think you can see it from space?

64-year-old Frank Seddio told the paper, "We have enough electric power in this house to probably light up the whole block. At any given time, we're using enough [amps] to light the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree." Since the tradition began decades ago, the display has tripled in size. Seddio's favorite piece is still one of his oldest, however, a cat in a santa hat popping out of a trash can.

Over the weekend Miss Heather noticed a Williamsburg service station that caught the Christmas light bug. Have you spotted any crazy holiday decorations around town? Send us your photos or tag them "Gothamist" on Flickr!