Jeremy Miller’s dad designs the best Halloween costumes for him, and we think this year’s costume is the most impressive yet.

Eight-year-old Jeremy was born with spina bifida, and he relies on a wheelchair to get around. Every year for Halloween, his dad goes all-out, designing a custom costume.

This year, the California boy will be driving around the neighborhood in a “Ghostbusters” Ecto-1 vehicle. The car even features a working siren.

Last year, dad Ryan Miller built Jeremy a Star Wars Snow Speeder.

Rogue squadron! #starwars #costume

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The year before that, Jeremy was Captain America riding on his signature motorcycle.

Jeremy in his wheelchair as Captain America on his motorcycle! #halloween

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Another photo on Miller’s Instagram shows Jeremy dressed as a pirate in a pirate ship.

Jeremy and the Neverland Pirates!

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Miller says the elaborate costumes give Jeremy a welcomed confidence boost.

“When he’s out at school and things like that, he has his friends, but sometimes they run and they just leave him behind,” Miller told the Today Show. “Part of the reason we do this is because people come to him, so he’s the center of attention, and he loves it.”

Miller says he’s happy to brighten his son’s Halloween in whatever way he can.

“He’s a great kid and he’s able to do so many things that just astound us. This is just another way to help him feel special and help him realize that even though he can’t do some things, he can do a lot of other things that are great.”


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