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Three Cheers For This Man Who Makes Halloween Special For Special Kids

Jeff Katz
October 18, 2019 - 2:14 pm

A Kansas man started a company in his garage that designs custom costumes for children who are confined to wheelchairs and is making one young man's Halloween the best yet.

According to WDAF-TV, Lon Davis of Olathe, Kansas, started Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes to build a costume for his son, Reese, who has limited mobility in his legs due a cancerous tumor.

Now, he has designed a specialized Kansas City Chiefs costume for 11-year-old John Pittman of Eudora, Kansas. The costume was made to look exactly like Arrowhead Stadium (home of the Chiefs), complete with lights, a Bluetooth speaker and John's favorite part, a Jumbotron.