Coming up with a Halloween costume that’s funny, creative and just a little bit sinister is the holy grail of dressing up.
And these costume fans from around the world have managed to win the whole season with very inventive looks built around their disability.
Bored Panda has shared a collection of some of the very best bright ideas, including a girl whose wheelchair was transformed into Cinderella’s carriage and a man who marked his first Halloween as an amputee by dressing up as a shark attack victim with his cousin as the predator.
Another amputee’s very tongue-in-cheek idea saw her go out dressed as a ‘one night stand’, sporting a cardboard chest of drawers, a lampshade hat and a bottle of booze.
And every year, Paralympian Josh Sundquist from Virginia never fails to impress with his outlandish outfits, including a gingerbread man whose leg has been bitten off, and balancing himself on crutches to pose as a flamingo.
Bored Panda has shared a collection of photos that show people with disabilities willing at Halloween with their sense of humour and very creative costumes
Fans of 80s movies will be green with envy over this Elliott and E.T. costume
Paralympian Josh Sundquist from Virginia is known for his creative costumes, including this elaborate flamingo creation
This little girl was a real fairytale princess after her wheelchair was transformed into Cinderella’s carriage
Creative and terrifying! This boy’s wheelchair was transformed into the sewer from where the terrifying clown from Stephen King’s It lures children
This man marked his first Halloween as an amputee by dressing up as a shark attack with his cousin
One of the most creative costumes was this woman’s ‘One Night Stand’ ensemble complete with a lampshade and bottle of booze
It’s the Batman family! The whole clan got involved to create this Gotham City scene
This amputee dressed up as Cherry, Rose McGowan’s character from the film Grindhouse, who has a machine gun for a leg
One film fan went as canyoneer Aron Ralston who amputated his own arm after getting trapped, and had his story made into the film 127 Hours by Danny Boyle
Jurassic lark! This boy won a lot of fans with his customised raptor carriage
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? This boy was everyone’s hero in his Superman wheelchair
One boy looked set to claim the prize for best costume by coming as Hiccup and his pal from How To Train Your Dragon
This boy was simply adorable as Carl Fredricksen from the Disney film Up
No pumpkins here! This girl was simply magical in her light-up Cinderella carriage
This man made use of the fact he only has one arm by turning up as Georgie Denbrough from Stephen King’s IT
Christoffer looked every inch the wrestling pro in his amazingly crafted costume
This boy made an amazing Mr Fredricksen who tied balloons to his house so he could float away on adventures
Who you gonna call? Possibly the best Ghostbusters car ever seen