Monday, 25 October, 2021

Category: Features


HYSTERIA gripped the crowd as they clamoured to be healed by the self-styled prophet with “God-given” powers. The entranced men and women packed the church in Tooting, South London, to have demons driven from their souls in a battle with Read more…


WITHIN hours of being lured out of a national park, Mopane the lion was struck by an arrow – but it would be another 24 hours of agony before he died. This week, his killer – Phillip Smith, 46 – Read more…


A LUXURY holiday, an expensive shopping spree, a flashy new motor – the possibilities are endless when you’re a new millionaire.  Another lucky Brit could join that exclusive club if they pick the correct numbers for tonight’s EuroMillions draw, which Read more…


FROM dead birds falling out of the sky to hundreds of whales mysteriously washing up on beaches – there are some phenomena that baffle even the experts. Last week shocked residents of a village in Russia watched in amazement as Read more…


HANGING thousands of feet up a mountain without a rope is dangerous enough – but it’s even more perilous when you’re gripping ice that could crack or melt at any moment. In the ever more death-defying world of tackling sheer Read more…


PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle grabbed headlines during their three-day trip to New York this weekend. But did the visit serve a dual purpose in light of their multi-million dollar TV series deal with Netflix? Prince Harry was spotted with Read more…


FOR 25 years, Radhia Gleis was the one person Buddhafield kingpin Reyji trusted with his true identity and deepest secrets. Having been “psychically abused” by her own “abusive” family, she claims she was drawn in by the religious movement and Read more…


HAVE you been baffled by the number of smiling faces in Finland or grumpy ones in France? Are you 5ft 2in and always felt out of place in the lowlands? 4 The world’s tallest country is the Netherlands, a new Read more…


CHAINED to a wall and lying on a dirty mattress with a full face of make-up, Pony the orangutan waited for her next client. Men working in the nearby palm oil farm in Borneo would come into the brothel and Read more…


DRAGGED to the bottom of the sea, limbs torn off and shipwrecks stalked by sharks – stories of the ocean predators always send a chill down the spine. This week, Shannon Ainslie recalled how he was lucky to survive “the Read more…