By Frank Williams Jr.

Last year, Ryan Scott Miller created an amazing “Star Wars”snowspeeder costume for his son Jeremy’s Halloween costume. This year, he’s making sure the nine-year-old won’t be ‘afraid of no ghosts’ by transforming his wheelchair into the Ecto-1 from “Ghostbusters!”

They let friends vote on the costume idea and the winner was the vehicle from “Ghostbusters.” Miller created a replica of the car that includes working headlights, tail lights and a siren. There are even speakers – one for the Ghostbusters siren and another for the theme music, of course.

The proud dad has shared photos of his creation on social media and writes, “I think we nailed it!” And this just the latest of the impressive costumes he’s made for his son incorporating the wheelchair. In years past he made a pirate ship, the Batmobile, and Captain America’s motorcycle.

Source: Comic Book Resources


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