Boy's Wheelchair Gets Spooky Makeover and Costume for Halloween
Connor was riding in style when the nonprofit Magic Wheelchair decked out his wheelchair in the spookiest way possible.
All eyes were on a California boy who transformed his wheelchair into the most epic Halloween costume to trick-or-treat in style.
Connor has cerebral palsy and has been in a wheelchair for most of his life.
But this Halloween, the little boy was able to use it to his advantage, as the nonprofit Magic Wheelchair decked out his ride in the spookiest way possible.
The nonprofit turned the wheelchair into a graveyard scene, with headstones, a creepy tree and even a skeleton dog, at no cost to his family.
Connor, who went as “Zombie Boy,” was all smiles as he donned the costume to travel through a haunted house, making for a Halloween experience he would never forget.
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