He began filling his yard with Halloween decorations two years ago. Last year, he said an estimated 3,000 people stopped by the house over three days.
On Thursday night, he gave ABC15 a preview of his display. Watch the video in the player above for a sneak peek.
Everything in McCaslin's yard has been synchronized to a computer system to run automatically. Strobe lights illuminate a larger-than-life scarecrow, coffin lids slam open and then close, and figurines glow under the black lights.
He added two flame cannons this year that shoot flames a few feet briefly into the air.
In total, he estimated the show to be about 20 minutes before starting over.