Halloween is always a fun time for all of us, especially those who get to spend the day dressing up in costume. But for Ryan Scott Miller, Halloween is the perfect time to go all out on his son Jeremy’s costume. See, Jeremy is nine years old and is diagnosed with a spina bifida, a condition that hampers spinal cord development, forcing him to go around in a wheelchair. The disability hasn’t dampened Jeremy’s spirits and Ryan has made it a mission to dress up Jeremy and his wheelchair every Halloween in the coolest costumes imaginable. Over the years, Jeremy has shown up for halloween in a Batmobile, TIE fighter, pirate ship, glowing Electrical Parade float, and Captain America’s motorcycle. This year, Ryan went and recreated Jeremy’s wheelchair in the mold of the Ghostbuters’ Ecto 1 ride.