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Sylvester Stallone personal items and props auction

Los Angeles, United States: (September 15th, 2021) – Julien’s Auctions has announced that PROPERTY FROM THE LIFE AND CAREER OF SYLVESTER STALLONE, will close out the world-record breaking auction house to the stars’ 2021 season in a grand finale celebration of the pop culture icon and one of Hollywood’s most legendary film stars of all time. The exclusive auction event presenting the extraordinary collection of the international superstar and the Golden Globe Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated actor, screenwriter, fitness icon, author, artist and director’s most cherished treasures from his singular life and career will take place on SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 2021 at Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online.

Inspiration4 Mission: World’s first all-civilian mission to orbit

USA - Jared Isaacman, Hayley Arceneaux, Chris Sembroski, Dr. Sian Proctor. Inspiration4 is the world's first all-civilian mission to orbit. The mission will be commanded by Jared Isaacman, the 38-year-old founder and Chief Executive Officer of Shift4 Payments and an accomplished pilot and adventurer. Named in recognition of the four-person crew that will raise awareness and funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, this milestone represents a new era for human spaceflight and exploration.

Horsham gets naked

***EXCLUSIVE*** HORSHAM, UK: The incredible pictures showed local businesses posing in a series of nude pictures with very little concealing their modesty. In one image, The Olive Branch Pub got cheeky using gin bottles and tea towels to cover up. In another, the team at Rust & Lewis Building used a strategically placed pneumatic drill to cover their bits. Horsham’s local businesses have stripped down in order to raise money for Cancer Research and The Be Real Campaign. The Be Real Campaign involves individuals and organisations in changing attitudes to body images by putting health above appearance. Horsham Gets Naked 2022 is the first nude calendar produced by the town and was the brainchild of organiser and senior sales consultant and valuer Liam Stanbridge (30), who chose the charities following his own cancer scare and insecurities he had about his appearance growing up. He worked with photographer Toby Phillips and 12 local Horsham companies to create the steamy set of images.

Chiengora: Meet the pet owners who send their dogs’ clippings to be spun and woven into canine couture

***EXCLUSIVE*** Can you get any closer to your beloved four-legged best friend? One woman has found a wonderfully creative way to do so. Now you and Fido can both go for a dog walk wearing the same coat — his! Jane Crewe, 56, a mother of four from Edinburgh, started knitting using hair from her giant, fluffy Samoyed dogs two years ago. As well as making hats, gloves and scarves for herself from her own pets, seven-year-old Samoyed sisters Phaedra and Artemis, she also uses her spinning wheel to make thread for free for friends who send her their dogs' hair. The craft of spinning wool from dogs' hair is called chiengora. The word comes from chien, the French for dog, and angora, the soft fur of a breed of rabbit. It dates back as far as prehistoric Scandinavia. It might all sound a bit barking but, as the four women featured here show, making woofy jumpers is the height of fashion.


Sandals for the biggest feet in the world

***EXCLUSIVE*** North Rhine-Westphalia, Essen: Shoemaker Georg Wessels (r) shows the new sandals for the world's largest feet with Father Alejandro Keri from Caracas, a collaborator of Cardinal Porras. With the help of the Latin American relief organization of the Catholic Church, Adveniat, Father Alejandro will now take them to Jeison Rodriguez in Venezuela. The latter suffers from the disease giant stature and has, according to the Guinness Book of Records, the largest feet in the world. Wessel's shoemaker's workshop in Vreden has been supplying him and other gigantic people with suitable footwear for many decades.

Woman has recreated Kim K's morph suit at home - and thinks it might be the Halloween outfit hit of the year

***EXCLUSIVE*** A canny mum has recreated Kim K's morph suit at home - and thinks it might be the Halloween outfit hit of the year. Charlotte Sturge copied the controversial outfit at home using everyday clothes - and plans on showcasing it at an upcoming party. The 34-year-old from Broxbourne, Herts., said the outfit idea is ideal - as there’s no need to spend hours doing hair or makeup. She was inspired by Kim who arrived at a posh do wearing an all-black Balenciaga outfit that covered her entire body and face.

This is the moment a thrill-seeking squad of Slovenian daredevils were filmed flying 35 feet into the air on the world's first TRAMPOLINE BRIDGE

***EXCLUSIVE*** There are 25 bridges in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana that cross over the Ljubljanica river. They carry cars, cyclists, and pedestrians from the left bank to the right.   But from the viewpoint of the athletes collectively known as the Dunking Devis they are all somewhat boring.  Inspired by their 2019 viral video of the world’s biggest trampoline the Dunking Devils and their crew created the world’s first ever functioning trampoline bridge!

Mum left fighting for her life after a shocking allergic reaction to the Covid vaccine still plans to let her daughter get vaccinated

***EXCLUSIVE*** A mum has said she is in support of her toddler receiving the Covid-19 vaccine - despite claiming to have suffered 14 anaphylactic shocks to the jab herself. Mum-of-one Kirsty Hext, 26, says she was left fighting for her life after a shocking allergic reaction to the Covid-19 vaccination. She was first rushed to hospital when she began struggling to breathe minutes after having the second dose of the Pfizer jab on April 28. It turned out she had suffered a severe unknown allergy to one of its ingredients and has since had 14 anaphylactic shocks as a result.

Artist creates tiny landscapes to illustrate the threat of climate change using miniature 2cm tall penguins and polar bears perched on plastic bags and face masks

***EXCLUSIVE*** A photographer has created a set of miniature scenes using household objects to illustrate the threat of climate change. David Gilliver, 41, used plastic bags, face masks and water bottles with 2cm animal figurines to create the eight thought-provoking images. Father-on-one David said: ""As far back as I can remember, I have been very aware of the damage being caused to our planet by humans and climate change, primarily through watching nature shows and the news. "I would also love to think that my work might help to inspire others to think about how they too can help raise climate change awareness through creative outlets."


Extremely rare deep sea diving Rolex wrist watch could fetch up to £1.9 million at auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** An extremely rare deep sea diving Rolex wrist watch could fetch up to £1.9 million at auction. The Deep Sea Special (DSS) is waterproof to depths of 10,000 metres and has never been available to the public. A prototype was successfully tested in the Mariana Trench, the deepest known point on earth. At this depth, the pressure is over 1,000 times greater than at sea level, or equivalent to around 100 adult elephants standing on a person’s head. Made in 1965, the ultra-deep dive wristwatch is one of just five to come on the market, with the last one selling 12-years ago. The timepiece will be auctioned at The Geneva Watch Auction: XIV, taking place 5 and 7 November and is expected to fetch around £944,172 to £1,888,344 (CHF 1,200,000 - 2,400,000).

Small houses with a big future?

***EXCLUSIVE*** Hessen, Schöneck-Kilianstädten: Uwe Christof has taken a seat in his Tiny House, which is located in his allotment garden. For years, the IT specialist in early retirement has been campaigning for so-called Tiny Houses - small, mostly transportable houses that, despite their small footprint, are supposed to offer their inhabitants everything they need to live and can be set up wherever it is permitted and the owners like it. In Hesse, too, this could develop into a form of living for the future.

Boy's fatal brain condition spotted at Specsavers

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet eight-year-old Alfie Barney – who is lucky to be alive following a life-threatening condition, which was only picked up by a routine eye test. Despite being generally fit and well, little Alfie, from Derbyshire, started suffering with headaches, which were put down to nerves about returning to school. Mum Catherine decided to put an eye test at the top of her list after noticing her son had also developed a squint. But during the test at Specsavers in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, optician Adnan Nawaz immediately noticed something was very wrong and swiftly recommended the child be taken to accident and emergency.

A couple toured the North Coast 500 - in a converted hearse dubbed 'the Grim Sleeper'

***EXCLUSIVE*** A couple toured the North Coast 500 - in a converted hearse dubbed 'the Grim Sleeper'. Shannon Orr, 24, and Iain Cameron, 31, drove from Warrington, Cheshire, around the scenic route in Scotland. Their eye-catching black vehicle, nicknamed the Grim Sleeper, prompted so much interest they started an Instagram account for it. The couple bought the 1998 Volvo 960 Hearse already converted, for £3,500 after seeing it advertised on Facebook.

A £400,000 four-bedroom villa in the Tuscan hills is set to be raffled for just £25 a ticket

***EXCLUSIVE*** Promoters Jon and Annmarie Nurse, both 45, said it was a “truly life-changing” chance for someone to bag their dream home at an affordable price. The Tuscan stone villa in the heart of Northern Tuscany boasts four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a private 9.5m x 4m swimming pool. The Villa is described as a beautiful light, airy and spacious house which "boasts the most wonderful views at every turn". The tranquil retreat is completely furnished and will be ready for the lucky winner to move into if they want to live in it. In addition to the fully furnished Tuscan villa, transfer taxes and legal fees will be covered for the winner. The villa is located in Garfagnana in the midst of the countryside, with stunning hilltop villages to visit, as well as National Parks, boasting rolling hills and mountains.

Rail enthusiast's life-time collection of model trains fetches £100,000 at auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** A huge model railway set which was collected by a train enthusiast throughout his life has fetched £100,000 at auction. Nigel Thornley amassed the toy engines for more than 70 years after being given his first train set as an 18-month-old toddler.  Over the decades he went on to build up an enormous hoard of more than 300 models and had a lifelong passion for the railways before his death earlier this year, aged 72. Experts estimated the collection could achieve £70,000 at auction but it steamed to success to fetch £100,000 when it went under the hammer on Tuesday (14/9). Four individual locomotives fetched more than £1,000 by themselves as rail enthusiasts bid for more than 350 lots at Hansons Auctioneers in Etwall, Derbys.

Alien life 'could be widespread' across the universe, according to new research

***EXCLUSIVE*** Aliens could be widespread across the universe, according to new research. The chemical conditions that resulted in life on Earth are common, say astronomers. Rich reservoirs of large organic molecules that can turn into basic organisms have been detected all over the Milky Way. The abundance is up to 100 times greater than previously imagined - providing a big tonic for extra-terrestrial hunters. Civilisations may have risen and fallen over billions of years - before the Earth formed.

Incredible images show reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates 'glowing in the dark'

***EXCLUSIVE*** Experts at Chester Zoo have shared a series of ‘incredible’ photos showing a selection of reptile, amphibian and invertebrate species ‘glowing in the dark.’ The never-before-seen photos, which were taken at the zoo at night, show animals displaying vivid shades of red, blue and green under ultraviolet light. Biofluorescence, the technical term for this spectacle, occurs when higher energy wavelengths of light, like ultraviolet, is absorbed and sent out at a lower energy wavelength, making the area glow. While this phenomenon is widespread among animals and is caused by several different proteins, pigments and chemical reactions in the skin, little is currently known about why it occurs.

A fishmonger bought a whopping eight-foot halibut which is one of the biggest to be caught in Scotland – tipping the scales at 130kg

***EXCLUSIVE*** A fishmonger bought this whopping eight-foot halibut one of the biggest to be caught in Scotland – tipping the scales at 130kg. Landed by Scottish trawler, Aquarius, in the Atlantic off the Outer Hebrides, the massive halibut measured four feet wide. The boat usually trawls for cod and haddock - but the crew hit the jackpot when they caught the monster halibut, which weighed 130kg. The giant fish was bought for more than £1,000 by Armstrong’s Fishmongers in Stockbridge, Edinburgh, and will be cut into nearly 100 portions.

Golden pheasent looks like a cross between a bull fighter or Pharaoh

***EXCLUSIVE*** A Golden pheasant resembles a Pharaoh as it displays its feathers. Its colourful cape mimics the traditional Egyptian headdress. The bird, which is native to Western China, will show off to attract a mate with the biggest, brightest creatures luring the most females in New Delhi Zoo, India.

Viking longboat reimagined as a modern superyacht

***EXCLUSIVE*** A stunning new superyacht designed as a reimagined Viking longship has been revealed. The 'Norway' sailing yacht's 6,000 metres-squared sails can be deployed and furled away at the push of a button in just six minutes. They mimic the powerful square sails seen on the traditional vessel. The unique 160-metre-long design was created by Norwegian designer Kurt Stand, based in Florida, USA, who has 'always' been impressed by the beauty of Viking ships.