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A Back to the Future fan has recreated an iconic cinematic moment alongside a DeLorean time machine - after designing the world's first flying HOVERBOARD

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sam Rogers, 24, lived out a childhood dream and became a real-life Marty McFly when he took to the skies with the help of a 3D-printed jetsuit. Breathtaking footage shows the sci-fi fan flying through the air along an airport runway at sunset while wearing the £340,000 jetpack. Complete with an authentic Marty McFly jacket, cap and sneakers, Sam can be seen soaring alongside one of the most iconic movie cars of all time.  It is believed to be the closest anyone has ever come to flying a real-life hoverboard made famous by the 1989 classic Back to the Future Part II. The university graduate is design lead and test pilot for British aeronautical innovation companies Gravity Industries and AdditiveX. He said the Back to the Future films had always played a part in his childhood and inspired his fascination with flight, aerospace and design. Sam, who was given a toy DeLorean as a tenth birthday present by his grandparents, says being able to fly a hoverboard for real was "a dream come true."

Incredible pictures show cannibal Aghori tribe where men drink from skulls and eat human flesh to connect with gods

***EXCLUSIVE*** VARANASI, INDIA: Meet the men who reside in cemeteries, use dead bodies as alters and consume human flesh. One chilling image captured a man as he tipped his head back and raised his hands before drinking from the mouth of a real human skull. In another picture we see a man sat down with a red human skull perched on top of his own whilst his face is covered in an eerie white dust. Photographer, Jan Skwara (38) from Pruszkow, Poland, was travelling through Varanasi, India, when he encountered this Aghori sect. The Aghori believe in asceticism - a lifestyle in which one denies themselves of sensual pleasures choosing instead to pursue spiritual goals. Over the course of four days, Jan learnt a great deal about the Aghori people. Known for specialising in post-mortem rituals, the Aghori people also practice cannibalism. Whilst they worship the Hindu deity, Shiva, Aghori practices are seen as being contradictory to orthodox Hinduism. Aghori people only eat the flesh of deceased corpses and often also use bodies as alters to forge a connection to the sect’s deities. Asceticism promotes ridding yourself of passion, lust, and shame. For this reason, Aghori people wear very little clothing as a way to rid themselves of any shame. They are not interested in receiving any fame or notoriety.

A 15-year-old girl, who had a potentially fatal rugby ball-sized tumour on her neck, has finally undergone removal surgery

***EXCLUSIVE*** Surbhi Ben, of Gujarat, India, has been discharged from the hospital after a two-month-long treatment procedure. A team of 21 doctors worked tirelessly for three days to remove the crippling tumours and carry out reconstructive surgery. „Surbhi had initially undergone intervention radiology that entailed feeding vessel embolisation under general anaesthetic. The team of doctors then carried out surgical debunking of the tumour. Following these procedures, a skin graft was taken for reconstruction of the area affected” said Dr Chetan Ginigeri. According to the doctors at Aster hospital, Surbhi had developed a desmoid tumour, a soft-tissue tumour which grows very slowly, but if left alone it can cause considerable damage to the surrounding structures.

Extremely rare stainless-steel Ford collection is heading to auction

A trio of rare stainless steel Ford cars are heading for auction this September. The extremely rare cars span decades of Ford Motor Company’s design. Originally created in 1935 as a means to promote stainless steel and its then-new possibilities, Ford used the tough material to construct just three models - the 1936 Deluxe Sedan, the 1960 Thunderbird and 1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible - and one of each is included in this unique listing. Made in collaboration with Pittsburgh-based metal firm Allegheny Ludlum Inc., only 11 stainless steel cars were ever manufactured, making them some of the rarest in Ford’s design canon. The Deluxe Sedan was the first vehicle produced from the partnership, and became a centerpiece of the stainless steel marketing campaign. Six of the cars were built in total and were intended to be used as rolling billboards across the United States. The Sedans were finally retired in 1946, but not before each car logged over 200,000 miles with Allegheny Ludlum executives behind the wheel. Only four of those original six cars still exist today, including the one in the auction lot.

A couple who are both front-line health workers and were forced to cancel their wedding due to the pandemic have staged a 'makeshift celebration' at work

***EXCLUSIVE*** Paramedic Nathan Judge and his partner Charlotte Medcalf, who is a healthcare assistant, were due to get married on Saturday, May 30. But they had to cancel their big day due to the ongoing pandemic and both ended up working instead - at the Jersey General Hospital on the Channel Island. To surprise his bride-to-be, Nathan turned up to work in his wedding jacket with a bouquet of flowers in hand.

Cosy camping inside a historic church

***EXCLUSIVE*** SUSSEX, UK: Camping just got Godly after this thirteenth century church opened up its doors to guests for just Ł49 a night. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is located in West Sussex in England is available to use as a camp site by those who want a unique camping trip. Church camping (known as Champing) puts a distinctive spin on the traditional camping break. As guests, you are given exclusive use of listed churches that are no longer used for regular worship by the public. Situated in the West Sussex countryside, the church has breath-taking views of the South Downs and the Chanctonbury Ring.

Extraordinary photographs of the deep sea aliens

***EXCLUSIVE*** RUSSIA: This diver braved sub-zero conditions to get shots of life forms that dwell five-hundred-feet below the surface - and they look straight out of a sci-fi movie. Enchanting images have captured a luminescent „lion's mane” jellyfish with a blue body and pink spaghetti-like tentacles that measure over forty-nine-feet in length, an intestine-like golden ragworm and a small invertebrate that resembles fairy lights known as Euplokamis dunlopae - a tiny Arctic ctenophore. Marine biologist and photographer, Alexander Semenov (34) from Moscow, Russia, took these sub-aqua shots at a temperature of minus one point five degrees celsius at the White Sea Biological Station, Russia, off the Kandalaksha Bay. Mr Semenov, who began diving in June 2007, spends a minimum of 40 minutes each dive in the water, and had once plunged to depths of almost 200-feet deep, with just one tank of air. He heads the team behind research projects for the university and posts his footage to the YouTube channel Team Aquatilis.

When shark fly

***EXCLUSIVE*** MOSSELL BAY, SOUTH AFRICA: A British photographer has captured a great white shark as it leaped three-metres into the air for its dinner - only for the disappointed beast to find out it was a decoy. One picture shows the 500-kilogram great white shark as it jumped above the ocean’s surface and captured the decoy „seal” safely in its mouth. In another image we see the shark as it nose-dived back into familiar territory whilst its tail-fin hovered three-metres above the water. Photographer, Ewan Wilson (24) from Cardiff, Wales, was in Mossell Bay, South Africa, when he captured this extraordinary sight. After a four-hour stake out, a sub-adult great white shark suddenly made an appearance - only to be sorely disappointed. Great white sharks feast on fish, rays, and surprisingly, other sharks. Adult great whites are also able to hunt seals, sea lions, whales, and sea turtles - this kind of hunting requires more power and skill. Once caught, a great white shark swallows their prey whole. There are an estimated 3,500 great white sharks left in existence and the species conservation status is listed as vulnerable. Illegal poaching is the main contributing factor in the declining population of this incredible species.