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This 'trucking' cat which has travelled across 43 states in America in her owner's cab has built up a loyal following on Instagram

***EXCLUSIVE*** Tora is a one-year-old Scottish Straight cat who loves riding in the passenger seat of her owner David Durst's truck. David, 24, struggled to adopt a cat because agencies did not believe that a feline would have a good quality of life on the road. Just as he was about to give up, a breeder sent him a picture of the then eight-week old Tora and David knew he had just found the purrfect co-pilot.

Can cuddling a breathing robot cure insomnia? The kidney-shaped device designed to help you drift off

A huggable robot you can take to bed could signal a cure for insomnia, The Dutch-designed Somnox is a peanut-shaped pillow. The device improves sleep by soothing body and mind, reducing stress and anxiety so people fall asleep faster, sleep deeper, and wake up feeling refreshed. The Somnox sleep robot simulates human breathing and then creates its own steady breathing rhythm in response.Users will subconsciously adjust its breathing rhythm to that of the sleep robot. Research has shown that breathing is essential to naturally reduce stress and increase relaxation. The sleep robot provides its user with audio. The sounds of heartbeats, lullabies, guided meditation - or uploading personal audio files - are included in the accompanying app, which is available on both iPhone and Android smartphones.

Frightmove! Medieval prison that is now 'Britain's most haunted house' finally sells after TWELVE long years on the market

***EXCLUSIVE*** Britain's most haunted house has finally been sold for £240,000 - 12 YEARS after the owner first put it on the market. Vanessa Mitchell has owned the two-bedroom cottage, The Cage, since 2004, and frequently reported seeing ghostly goings-on at the home, part of which was used to hold prisoners accused of witchcraft in the 16th century. Vanessa claimed she had to flee the house after she was physically attacked by spirits, was pushed over while pregnant, and witnessed mysterious blood spatterings appear and a 'satanic goat.' She decided to move out of the house in 2008, a former medieval jail, just four years after buying it.

Jaw-dropping US Air Force pics show the real life Top Guns

These incredible shots showcase the sheer power, skill and speed of the real-life Top Guns in the US Air Force. And yesterday, a slew of jets came together in a chilling show of strength amidst mounting tensions with Iran. The collection of jaw-dropping snaps has been hand selected by Airman Magazine, the official magazine of the United States Air Force, as the best images of the last few years. Mainly choosing pictures from 2019, the publication has called the collection Airman Aerials, which they describe as: "A photographic art gallery, featuring some of the best aerial photography from around the service in recent history.”

Drying circle incense

***EXCLUSIVE*** Workers painstakingly lay out thousands of incense circles to dry in the sun. Hundreds of tables are arranged next to each other, all covered in the light brown spirals. The incense is being dried in preparation for Tet, the traditional Vietnamese New Year festival. It is the most important festival in the Vietnamese calendar and usually takes place in late January or early February. The images were taken using a drone in Hong Chau Village, just outside Hanoi in Vietnam.

U.S. Army next-gen rescue helicopter begins defense systems testing

Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, United States: The U.S. Army’s next-gen rescue helicopter has begun defense systems testing. Amazing pictures show a 413th Flight Test Squadron HH-60W hanings in the anechoic chamber at the Joint Preflight Integration of Munitions and Electronic Systems hangar Jan. 6 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The 'Whiskey' model entered the chamber for approximately seven weeks of defense systems testing. The J-PRIMES anechoic chamber is a room designed to stop internal reflections of electromagnetic waves, as well as insulate from exterior sources of electromagnetic noise. J-PRIMES provides this environment to facilitate testing air-to-air and air-to-surface munitions and electronics systems on full-scale aircraft and land vehicles prior to open air testing.