Find leg lamps on display in your neighborhood or nearby. Mark those you find so that others can find them too.


  • To find leg lamps in your area simply press the Search Nearby button, and then approve the use of your current location by your browser. This will show you a map of nearby sightings (if there are any).
  • If you come across a new leg lamp not already marked, simply press Found One! to mark the location. Again, you must allow your browser to use your current location for this to work.
  • You can also press Found One! if you visit a previously marked location. The more markers at that spot the more reliable the sightings.
  • If you visit a location marked on the map and there is no leg lamp there, press It's Not There! This will add a red marker to the map to warn others that previous sighrings may be incorrect (or maybe it's just turned off that night).


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Things to Remember

  1. The accuracy of the markers can vary, so the location on the map may only be approximate. If you don't see a leg lamp at the location on the map it could well be just across the street, or the next house over. Look around a bit.
  2. Be respectful of the owner's privacy. Just because someone has put a leg lamp in the window for others to see does not mean you've been invited over for dinner. View from the street -- no closer.
  3. If you are driving, let your passengers look for leg lamps while you focus on the traffic. As Morrison famously said, "Keep your eyes on the road and your hands upon the wheel."
  4. Leg Lamps are usually only visible at night. Don't expect to see one if you visit during the day. It might not be turned on until well after dark.

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Original Idea:
Nancy Myers
The Hard Work:
Eric Myers
Nancy Myers
Web Framework:
Spy Hill Research
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