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Random items fill yard of sequin suspect

MILLCREEK, Utah (ABC 4 News) – David Baker’s house is getting just as much attention at his videos on YouTube.
MILLCREEK, Utah (ABC 4 News) – David Baker’s house is getting just as much attention at his videos on YouTube.

The self proclaimed revered likes to broadcast himself on the internet and decorate his front lawn with a variety of items.

Neighbors are driving or walking past the house where Baker lives to view the décor.

There is a pile of clothes sprawled on the driveway next to an SUV. There is a series of lights wrapped through tree branches, a toy dog, a fire extinguisher, a cooler, pillows, clocks, signs and notes.

The notes are hand written messages posted inside the windows of the home. Some are about religion, the government or his wife.

“I didn’t think much of it yesterday,” Lorie Seeger, a neighbor, said. “But when I drove by and started looking at the YouTube videos I realized he could be pretty dangerous.”

Other neighbors believe the random items, videos and behavior are possible signs of a mental illness.

It is unclear who will clean up the lawn or if the items will stay on display.

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