Ghostbuster (With Ecto-1 Car)
Lots of kids dress up as Ghostbusters for Halloween (including more girls now that the 2016 all-female reboot has arrived). This kid trumps the lot, though, as his costume comes with a Ghostbusters-mobile to boot!
Jeremy Miller has been in a wheelchair since the age of three, due to suffering from Spina Bifida, and this year his family decided to turn his chair into something awesome for Halloween.
Father Ryan and mother Beth used foam board, floral foam, PVC, wood glue, screws, wood pieces, six-volt batteries and wiring among other materials to build the replica of the car from the original 1984 movie. Jeremy can even move it around like a real car.
The fun doesn’t stop there, as Jeremy will have a companion on his trick or treating.
“We’re going to blare that siren and music as loud as possible,” Miller said. “We’re also going to have a blown-up marshmallow man following him. It’ll be great.”