ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — It started with two tiny houses, one with ghostly figures of Christmas past and present dancing inside.
Next came more houses, and stores and trees and trains and teensy skiers and carolers. Eventually an entire Christmas village, fully lit and animated, took over the garage of Bruce and Pat Harting’s waterfront St. Petersburg home. Neighbors would pause on their nightly walks, transfixed by the wondrous sight.
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