Ghostbusters Wheelchair Kid Meets the Classic Ecto-1

As you may remember from CBR's recent story, young Jeremy Miller's wheelchair received a bit of a halloween makeover when dad, Ryan Scott Miller, transformed it into Ecto-1, as seen in the classic 1984 film "Ghostbusters."

Well, Jeremy and his family recently took a trip to the Ghost Corps. headquarters on the Columbia Pictures lot in Culver City, California, as chronicled on the Ghost Corps Facebook page. During the trip, the family were able to compare their wheelchair version to the original. While the film version is bigger, Jeremy's ride, which comes complete with lights, siren and a sound system, nevertheless impressed the folks at Ghost Corps.

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For those not in the motion picture business, Ghost Corps is a division of Columbia Pictures that is "focused on expanding the Ghostbusters brand with live-action feature films, animated motion pictures, television, merchandise, and other new entertainment products."

The Facebook page also features a brief interview with Jeremy in which he reveals that he will be accompanied by an inflatable Stay Puft Marshmallow Man when he goes trick or treating in his Ecto-1 wheelchair for Halloween 2016.

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