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A velvet-lined vampire slaying kit complete with crucifixes, a pistol and a bible has sold for £2,500 at auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** A velvet-lined vampire slaying kit complete with crucifixes, a pistol and a bible has sold for £2,500 at auction. It contains a 19th century copy of the New Testament, a pocket-sized pistol, crucifixes, pliers, a rosary and a bottle of shark's teeth. The box also has rosary beads, glass bottles containing holy water and garlic paste to ward off the undead.  The bizarre lot fetched £2,500 when it was sold at auction.

The highest sand castle in the world stands at the Sand Sculpture Festival on the Baltic Sea island of Rügen

With 17.66 metres, the sand sculpture sets a new world record. The creative building of sand castles on the beaches of the North and Baltic Sea coast has a long tradition. Serious artistic ambitions have also been added in recent years, as shown by sand sculpture festivals around the world.

That's butterly mad! Traces of butter dating back 2,500 years are found on wooden dish at the bottom of a lake

***EXCLUSIVE*** Butter dating back 2,500 years was found at the bottom of a loch. Traces of dairy matter were found preserved inside a wooden butter dish, made by an Iron Age community. The wooden dish was discovered by archaeologists at the bottom of Loch Tay, Perth and Kinross, where at least 17 crannogs, or Iron Age wooden houses, once stood. Built from alder with a lifespan of around 20 years, the structures simply collapsed into the loch once they had served their purpose, taking the objects inside with them.

A Rangers fan who took a public holiday off returned to his office to find it had been 'redecorated' in Celtic colours - in a 12-hour practical joke

***EXCLUSIVE*** A Rangers fan who took a public holiday off returned to his office to find it had been 'redecorated' in Celtic colours - in a 12-hour practical joke. Workers at home improvement firm More Living Ltd in Blantyre, South Lanarkshire, had been off for three months in the lockdown but returned to the office last week. When Gers fan Thomas Murphy, 37, known to his colleagues as 'Big Tam', told them he was taking Monday off when they were on a skeleton staff, he was promised a 'surprise'. Celtic-daft colleague Craig McGeown, 44, painstakingly printed out green-and-white logos and between 11am and 11.30pm, sellotaped them to the walls of Big Tam's desk area.

Boat market

***EXCLUSIVE*** Hundreds of hand-crafted wooden boats up for sale are laid out on the grass at a market. Used by the locals during the monsoon season when heavy rain floods villages and roads, each vessel costs between £60 and £100 depending on their size and the quality of the materials used to build them. The beautiful images were captured by photographer Azim Khan Ronnie in Ghior, Manikganj, Bangladesh.  

Buzzard warns off peregrine falcon

***EXCLUSIVE*** An incredible image of a buzzard warning off a peregrine falcon was only discovered when a photographer searched through thousands of pictures in his archive during lockdown. Wildlife photographer Peter Orr took the image in 2014 but didn't find it until this year when he was wading through his extensive 400,000 image backlog. He posted it on his Twitter where it immediately captured people's attention. It now has 4,600 likes. 813 retweets and over 300,000 impressions. The 65-year-old, who lives in Wiltshire, said the incredible image was captured after the peregrine lost a jackdaw it was chasing and spotted the buzzard on the ground.

Cygnet riding on swan's back

***EXCLUSIVE*** These heartwarming images show a content cygnet as it joyfully hitches a ride under the protection of its mother. These adorable images were taken by nature photographer John Fan in a Chicargo suburb. Mr Fan, a medical physicist from Chicago, said “I have been photographing the swans and cygnets in my local neighbourhood every year for the last decade. There is a small window of opportunity where the young cygnets will get so tired that they’ll take a nap on the back of mum.” “This young cygnet was so heartwarming to photograph, as the joyful expression on its face after it shook off water and hitched onto the back of its mother was amazing to see”. “These are by far the best and most intimate photographs I have captured of the swans and cygnets in all the years I’ve been doing it”.