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Mum claims she's a MERMAID and has been born in the wrong body

***EXCLUSIVE*** This woman claims that she is a MERMAID born in the WRONG BODY and has spent over £1.4K on a custom-made TAIL – she has even signed her daughters up to a special MERMAID COURSE. Bookbinder, Heidrun Barth (41) from Saxonia, Germany, was born deaf just like her family. She has three daughters, Milena (11), Silena (9) and Roselena (5); two of whom are also deaf and they all communicate via sign language. Growing up, Heidrun loved the Disney character Ariel; owning The Little Mermaid books and dreamt of turning her human legs into a tail. But it wasn’t until the summer of 2016 when she had enough money to buy her own custom-made tail that she has been transforming her human body into a mermaid ever since; swimming in nearby lakes or posing in her tails on beaches or even trolleys. Heidrun says that her youngest daughter loves her mermaid look and has picked up her lifestyle and her daughter is now showing signs she may follow in her mum’s fluke-steps. She has since spent over £1,440 on an Ariel tail made by Aurore and her dream is to buy a house by the sea with a pool so that she can swim in her tail whenever she wants.

A mirror of Meghan! Royal fan reveals how she perfectly recreates The Duchess Of Sussex’s and Duchess Of Cambridge’s outfits for a fraction of the price

***EXCLUSIVE*** A royal fan has revealed how she perfectly recreates some of the Duchess of Sussex’s and the Duchess of Cambridge’s most stylish looks. Sharon Adler, 37, has managed to create her own impeccable royal-inspired wardrobe for a fraction of the price - by scouring Ebay and Poshmark for second-hand items, finding low-cost alternatives on the high street and snatching up the Duchesses’ original designer pieces when they’re on sale. Sharon from New York City, America first became interested in the British Royal Family’s style when Kate Middleton became engaged to Prince William in 2010. And she soon became intrigued by Meghan Markle’s closet in the lead up to her wedding to Prince Harry last year. Financial Director, Sharon, says that recreating the Duchess of Sussex’s and Duchess of Cambridge’s wardrobes has inspired her to feel more confident and positive in her day-to-day life.

The Wild West photos that were colorized in the 1880s, 100 years before Photoshop was invented, show the harsh reality of the Colorado Gold Rush

***EXCLUSIVE*** Fascinating photochroms from 120 years ago show what life was really like in the Wild West. Stunning colour images dating from the turn of the 18th Century show a rugged cow boy brandishing his lasso, a thoughtful miner enjoying a smoke in the doorway of a rude dug-out cabin, and a pioneer merchant plying his wares. Many of the pictures were captured in Colorado, where a gold rush in 1850s drew crowds of hopeful prospectors looking to strike their fortune. By the end of the century, the region was still almost completely lawless with outlaws and rustlers running amok. For those trying to earn a decent living, life was hard and most had to turn to physical labour to make ends meet.

Toddler's fight for life as deadly tumour leaves her 'looking pregnant'

***EXCLUSIVE*** A brave toddler is facing a fight for life as she battles a rare and aggressive tumour that left her 'looking pregnant'. Cleo Keenan has a tumour in her abdomen which caused her stomach to swell up like a balloon. Her parents Shannon Latham, 23, and father Ryan Keenan, 26, have been told the „little warrior” has a 25 to 35 per cent survival rate after being given the devastating diagnosis in April this year. Mum Shannon said: „You never expect it to happen to your own child. Now that it’s happened, I feel powerless. I wish there was a way I could take it away from her and fight it. That’s what’s hard. I can’t take it away from her.” Cleo was taken to a medical centre in February where it was suspected the swelling in her stomach was caused by a hormone imbalance she has suffered from in the past. However, in March the toddler was rushed to Blackpool Victoria Hospital’s A&E department after complaining of a stomach ache, where doctors quickly realised there was something terribly wrong. The youngster was given a CT scan, which revealed the huge tumour inside her abdomen, and she was taken to Manchester Children's Hospital the next day. Two weeks later, on Monday, April 1, she was diagnosed with stage three adrenal carcinoma, a rare disease caused by cancerous cells in the adrenal - or hormone - glands.

Ruined home of real-life Wicker Man and notorious Satanist goes up for sale for a devilish £500,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The ruined home of a former notorious Satanist has been put for sale - for more than £500,000. Boleskine House in Foyres on the banks of Loch Ness, Highlands, used to be owned by Aleister Crowley, who is said to have practiced black magic at the property between 1899 and 1933. Born in Royal Leamingston Spa, Warwickshire in 1875, Crowley was an occultist, writer and mountaineer who rejected Christian doctrine and established Thelema. Calling himself a prophet, he said he would be the one to guide humanity into the so-called Aeon of Horus - an age of spiritual interest and self-realisation.