Over the last several years Ryan Scott Miller has been building awesomely elaborate wheelchair costumes for his son Jeremy to wear on Halloween. Last year it was a Star Wars Snowspeeder, and this year it’s a Ghostbusters Ecto-1 with all kinds of electronic bells and whistles.
Now I really, really want to see Jeremy team up with this tiny Holtzmann to bust all of the ghosts in the neighborhood.
See the Ecto-1 in action in the video below.
Jeremy and his Dad took the Ecto-1 on the road to Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, California on an invitation from the Children’s Miracle Network. Even Kylo Ren was impressed, though he would never admit it.