Last Halloween, Jeremy Miller took on the forces of the Galactic Empire in the incredible "Star Wars" snowspeeder costume his father created for his wheelchair. This year ... well, let's just say the 9-year-old won't be afraid of no ghosts as he goes trick-or-treating.
After putting this year's costume up for a vote by friends, Jeremy's dad Ryan Scott Miller actually topped the snowspeeder by transforming his son's wheelchair into the Ecto-1 from "Ghostbusters."
Using Funko's Pop! vinyl Ecto-1 as a model, Miller built an impressive replica of the iconic vehicle, complete with working headlights, tail lights and siren. The rack includes yellow and green canisters, a ladder, a siren light, and two speakers -- one for the Ghostbusters siren and the other for the theme music.
"I think we nailed it!" Miller wrote. Indeed they did. He's shared plenty of photos of the Ecto-1, so you can check out the details.
The Ecto-1 is only the latest in a line of amazing costumes created by Miller for Jeremy's wheelchair, including a pirate ship, the Batmobile, Captain America's motorcycle and, of course, the aforementioned "Star Wars" snowspeeder.