Dad Makes Awesome ‘Ghostbusters’ Costume for Handicapped Son

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An eight-year-old in California is going viral for his epic Halloween costume!

Jeremy Miller has been in a wheelchair since he was three because of spina bifida, a condition where the spinal cord fails to develop properly. 

But that hasn't stopped him from having some of the most epic Halloween costumes.

This year, Jeremy's dad turned his wheelchair into a replica of the iconic Ecto-1 car from the original "Ghostbusters" movie! Jeremy’s Ecto-1 wheelchair is equipped with working lights, a siren, and even a speaker playing the “Ghostbusters” theme! 

This is not the first time the Millers have gone all out for Halloween!

Last year, Jeremy transformed his wheelchair into his very own snowspeeder from "Star Wars!" The year before that, Jeremy rocked his wheelchair as Captain America on a motorcycle!

All that creativity put Jeremy in the spotlight, with his latest ghostbusters costume going viral. Sony Studios took notice and invited his family for a tour where they got to check out the Ecto-1 from the original and new movies! 

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