Her son is terminally ill with brain damage and lung disease and he's almost blind. But he's always loved bright colorful lights. So she created a Halloween fright show on their front lawn.
"When the screaming or laughing goes on, he breaks out into the laugh you just heard," his mother, Shelly Jimenez said. "And it just, it melts my heart." She started building this in August and it's attracting lots of people.
Jimenez said there was a very good reason behind the evil clown carnival theme as well.
"I'm hoping that when that last little part of his eye, when the vision is gone, that he can remember the colors and the lights," Jimenez explained. "Something he's always enjoyed. He's always enjoyed bright, bright lights."