By all means, save the sparkly holiday lights, but let the homes fall into fraudclosure.
Jim Jordan created a heart-warming Christmas display of Charles Schulz’s “Peanuts” characters more than 40 years ago at his Southern California home, and it became a holiday tradition as tens of thousands of people showed up each year to see the sparkling extravaganza.
Families trekked to the Orange County suburb of Costa Mesa to sip hot apple cider and share the wonder as seen through their children’s eyes amid twinkling Christmas lights, artificial snow and a Santa Claus that whisked through the air and down a chimney for spectators. It became so popular that busloads of visitors and school groups visited Jordan’s childhood home each year.
When he lost the house to foreclosure, it looked like the death of a tradition — until the city stepped in to save Christmas.
But not the house…
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