Ryan Weimer is one awesome and brilliant guy. He started the non-profit organization Magic Wheelchair from his home in Oregon in order to give children in wheelchairs the most unreal Halloween costumes.

According to Buzzfeed, Weimer, a full-time nurse, has three children who require the use of wheelchairs and wanted to ensure their Halloween experience wasn’t limited by their mobility. He has been creating insane costumes for them for a few years and started the organization to help spread the love.

In 2015, he and his design teams will create costumes for eight children. You read more about Weimer here and check out a few of the costumes below:

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