Paralympian Amputee Creates Perfect One-Legged Costumes

California-based Paralympian Halloween enthusiast Josh Sundquist has a history of incorporating his missing leg for the perfect Halloween costume.

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Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Sundquist dresses up as the beloved bouncing Tigger from A. A. Milne's "Winnie the Pooh" for 2017's Halloween season.
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This Dairy Queen Blizzard Treat reenactment isn't a Halloween costume - Sundquist pulled off the spoon and treat combo for Dairy Queen's Miracle Treat Day in this July 27, 2017, photo.
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EMPTY_CAPTION"Possible Halloween costume?" Sundquist wrote on Instagram.
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Sundquist gives his best dashing, debonair flair as the incorrigible Lumière from "Beauty and the Beast."
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Sundquist and his wife, Ashley, recreates a scene from "Beauty and the Beast" as Belle and the incorrigible Lumière.
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Is that sign...moving? Sundquist's 2015 costume was an exact replica of the International House of Pancake's restaurant sign.
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Sweet couple: Ashley Sundquist, left, dresses up as a stack of pancakes to keep to her husband's IHOP theme for Halloween.
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Sundquist, who is part of the U.S. amputee soccer team, dressed up as his toy equivalent for 2014's Halloween season as a foosball man.
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This creative flamingo ensemble uses pink crutches and Sundquist's leg to faithfully recreate the bird's stick-like legs and angled neck.
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It wasn't until 2012 that Sundquist returned to one-legged Halloween costumes to the delight of his friends and the internet, dressing up as the infamous Leg Lamp from "A Christmas Story."
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The half-bitten Gingerbread Man wasn't Sundquist's first Halloween costume, but it was his first costume modeled after a one-legged theme.
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