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Iconic horror props and costumes to be auctioned

Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) Hat from FREDDY VS. JASON (2003). Estimate £15,000 - £20,000. Full-size Santi Display Figure from THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE (2001). Estimate £15,000 - £20,000. Freddy Krueger's (Robert Englund) Razor Finger Glove from A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS (1987). Estimate £20,000 - £30,000. Gremlin Puppet from GREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH (1990). Estimate £5,000 - £7,000. Michael Myers' (Tyler Mane) Hero Knife from HALLOWEEN II (2009). Estimate £6,000 - £8,000. Jason Hockey Mask from JASON GOES TO HELL: THE FINAL FRIDAY (1993). Estimate £15,000 - £20,000. Michael Myers' (Brad Loree) Mask from HALLOWEEN: RESURRECTION (2002). Estimate £20,000 - £30,000.

Halloween contact lens nightmare

***EXCLUSIVE*** A make-up artist's Halloween turned into a 'real-life nightmare' as she claims a costume contact lens RIPPED OFF the outer layer of her eyeball leaving her bedridden for a week and fearing she'd go blind. Jordyn Oakland dressed up as a 'cannibal aesthetician' last Halloween and after seeing others use lenses from Dolls Kill on social media thought she'd give their 'spooky' all-black pair a whirl. The 27-year-old said that when taking them out her right eye she felt like it was 'stuck' so pulled harder on it, giving her the sensation of a 'really bad scratch'.

A 3D printed 100-home community will be made in 2022

Austin, Texas, United States: A hundred homes will be 3D printed to make a Texas community in 2022. A partnership announced Tuesday (26 Oct) a commitment to build the largest community of 3D-printed homes to date. Lennar, one of the America’s leading homebuilders, and ICON, a construction technologies company pioneering large-scale 3D printing, said they will break ground next year. The 100-home community in Austin will be codesigned by the acclaimed architecture firm, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group. The 3D-printed homes will be constructed using ICON’s innovative robotics, software and advanced materials. „Labor and material shortages are two of the biggest factors pushing the dream of home ownership out of reach for many American families”, said Eric Feder, President of LENX. „Lennar has always expanded the boundaries of technological innovation to keep quality homes affordable and 3D printing is an immensely encouraging approach. We are excited to collaborate with ICON to develop solutions to emerging challenges in the coming years.” The announcement deepens a relationship that began with Lennar’s investment in Austin-based ICON’s recent $207-million financing round and offers a promising path toward delivering affordable, technology-driven homes that meet rising demand.

Rejected for big legs

***EXCLUSIVE*** A lipoedema-sufferer whose confidence was 'destroyed' by blokes rejecting her because her legs were 'too big' claims posting BIKINI snaps of herself has enabled her to reclaim her body. Savannah Sullivan said she'd always felt there was 'something wrong' with her and had the 'typical lipoedema shape' but from the age of 12 her limbs got 'bigger and bigger' and became painful. The 22-year-old make-up artist claims she developed a thick skin from bullies remarking she had 'cottage cheese legs' and 'bingo wings' but it was cutting comments from boys that 'really hit home'.

Balding pensioner new hair

***EXCLUSIVE*** A pensioner who spent years 'too embarrassed to look in the mirror' due to her balding barnet was left in tears by her new hair replacement - which her hubby says makes her look 20 YEARS younger. Brenda Vickers' self confidence was ruined by 20 years of irreversible hair loss and a dramatically receding hairline that triggered her to dodge being in photos and clip her locks up to mask her patchy scalp. However, the 78-year-old, from Walkergate, Newcastle upon Tyne, finally ended her embarrassment earlier this month [OCTOBER 15] when a family friend referred her to hair replacement firm Novo Cabelo to give the retired admin worker her mojo back.

International Photography Awards

***EXCLUSIVE*** USA: The winners of International Photography Awards 2021 Photographer of the Year and New Discovery of the Year have been announced. The winners were among 14,000 entries submitted from over one-hundred countries. The Photographer of the Year was awarded to advertising photographer, John Huet. His pictures showed an advertising campaign for clothing brand Under Armour to introduce the new Rush clothing line. The New Discovery of the Year was awarded to editorial photographer Sharwar Hussein. His picture showed a Bangladeshi woman walking over the remains of her straw home after it collapsed in a flood. An annual photography competition, the IPA was held online this year with a live audience around the world. The Photographer of the Year,  John Huet won a cash price of $10,000 (£7,283), the coveted IPA Trophy and each of his works exhibited in the curated Best of Show exhibition will be printed in the IPA 2021 Annual Book. Sharwar Hussein, the photographer of the New Discovery of the Year  will receive a cash price of $5,000 (£3,641), an IPA Trophy and his photograph published in the IPA 2021 Annual Book.

Iceland love

***EXCLUSIVE*** REKYJANES PENINSULA, ICELAND: One man’s love affair with Iceland is showcased in these moving images from the very edge of Europe. In one image, the gorgeous green lights of the aurora borealis - or Northern Lights - hung in the sky above a velvety Blue Lagoon as a lone man stood at the far end of the water. Another snap showed a climber suspended in midair while exploring one of the country’s beautiful glacial ice caves. The amazing scenes were captured on a Canon R5 camera by photographer Paul Zizka (42) from Banff, Canada, who stopped in Iceland after running a photography workshop in the Faroe Islands.

Gross Premier Inn Discovery

***EXCLUSIVE*** A bloke was left 'disgusted' after claiming he discovered a 'soiled sanitary pad' under the cushion on his bed - that was only removed by a 'disgruntled' cleaner after he complained about it TWICE. Scare actor Dan Thorpe was staying at the Derby Cathedral Quarter Premier Inn hotel last Wednesday [October 20th] with his fiancé Dane Bri, 29, when the pair misplaced their key card. The 31-year-old was searching under the furniture for the plastic key when he claims to have made the grim discovery - a 'soiled, padded' item under a sofa bed cushion.

Abandoned music house

***EXCLUSIVE*** NORTH WALES, UK: Welcome to the abandoned home of a tragic music teacher who lived there as a window for ten years before dying. Empty since 2006, one picture shows a crumpled and torn scrap of sheet music resting on the dust-covered piano. Another picture shows a faded newspaper found in the bedroom – nearly intact and dated November 3, 1956. The photographs were taken by No Limits Urbex, from Manchester, UK, who posts urban exploration to their Instagram, @nolimitsurbex. The cottage sits in rural North Wales and was previously owned by a music teacher and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, who passed away in 2006 and 1997 respectively.

Weeping dehorned rhino

***EXCLUSIVE*** NORTH WEST PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA: Heartbreaking images of a dehorned rhino with tears running down its face have been captured in a South African charity reserve. In one image, the 4,500-pound Southern White rhino can be seen lazing in the sun with its horn removed and the bone of his skull visible. In another shot, the rhino can be seen weeping in pain, with dried tear marks running down one eye. These heartbreaking pictures were taken in North West Province in South Africa by British director and photographer Simon Needham (55). Simon used a Canon R5 to click these pictures from eight metres away.

Military stronghold stay

***EXCLUSIVE*** BOULEY BAY, UK: You will feel secure staying in this Jersey military stronghold built to guard against the Spanish and French but occupied by Nazis during WW2. Imposing Fort Leicester, situated in Bouley Bay, Jersey, is a grand and historic military fort, was built in the late 16th century by Queen Elizabeth I. It maintained its status as a defensive stronghold until 1836, when it was taken out of action due to the development of steam navigation. Today, it serves as an eight-person getaway for lovers of history. Boasting three floors, all with coastal views, this stunning stay sleeps up to eight people, complete with a terrace seating area to take in the view. The guardhouse serves as the master bedroom, with lower levels hosting bunk-beds and a bathroom. The character property has been built into the island’s cliffs, requiring guests to pass outside from one room to another – a relic from its military ages. With plenty of natural landscape to explore, Fort Leicester is a beautiful and relaxing retreat for history buffs and nature lovers alike.