Paralympian Josh Sundquist has best Halloween costume ever

Maggie Hendricks
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Josh Sundquist's leg was amputated when he was 10 because of cancer. When he was found to be cancer free at 13, he tried skiing and made it to the U.S. Paralympic team. He represented the United States in the 2006 Paralympics. Since then, he's become a motivational speaker and a master of Halloween costumes. Sundquist uses his disability to come up with some pretty hilarious costumes.

This year, he dressed as the famous lamp from the movie "A Christmas Story."

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Yes, it was the leg lamp that Ralphie's dad received as "A Major Award," in the box marked fra-gee-lay. (If you're not familiar with the film, wait a few weeks. When it is ominpresent during the holidays, a lightbulb will go off.)

Check out a few of his other greatest hits.

Thanks, With Leather.

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