It's beginning to look a LOT like Christmas.

A family in Australia has reclaimed the world record for most Christmas lights by putting up 502,165 of them around its house, ensuring no one will ever need GPS to figure out if they're close, since, you know, it'll be illuminated enough for people to see as far away as New Zealand.

The Richards clan had previously set the mark in 2011 before a family of grinches in New York toppled it last year.

The Richardses say money raised by people visiting the display will go to charity, while the power company will cover the costs of running it.

Wow, they got the power company to foot the bill? That's a holiday miracle!

[Huffington Post]

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