This Small Inconspicuous FM Transmitter Has A Radius Of A Quarter Mile. If you’re into Spy-ware  Straight out of a James Bond movie – THIS IS IT! DIY FM transmitters are actually much easier to build than you might suspect, giving you the ability to create a makeshift ‘radio station’ with just a few supplies.<a href="http://www.diybullseye.com/build-your-own-long-range-fm-transmitter-from-a-9-volt-battery/" title="Read more" >...</a>

This Small Inconspicuous FM Transmitter Has A Radius Of A Quarter Mile. If you’re into Spy-ware Straight out of a James Bond movie – THIS IS IT! DIY FM transmitters are actually much easier to build than you might suspect, giving you the ability to create a makeshift ‘radio station’ with just a few supplies.<a href="http://www.diybullseye.com/build-your-own-long-range-fm-transmitter-from-a-9-volt-battery/" title="Read more" >...</a>

This Small Inconspicuous FM Transmitter Has A Radius Of A Quarter Mile. If you’re into Spy-ware  Straight out of a James Bond movie – THIS IS IT! DIY FM transmitters are actually much easier to build than you might suspect, giving you the ability to create a makeshift ‘radio station’ with just a few supplies.<a href="http://www.diybullseye.com/build-your-own-long-range-fm-transmitter-from-a-9-volt-battery/" title="Read more" >...</a>

This Small Inconspicuous FM Transmitter Has A Radius Of A Quarter Mile. If you’re into Spy-ware Straight out of a James Bond movie – THIS IS IT! DIY FM transmitters are actually much easier to build than you might suspect, giving you the ability to create a makeshift ‘radio station’ with just a few supplies.<a href="http://www.diybullseye.com/build-your-own-long-range-fm-transmitter-from-a-9-volt-battery/" title="Read more" >...</a>

Issued by British Special Forces during World War II, this pipe could fire a small projectile designed to kill a person at close range. The weapon fired by twisting the bowl while holding the stem.

Issued by British Special Forces during World War II, this pipe could fire a small projectile designed to kill a person at close range. The weapon fired by twisting the bowl while holding the stem.

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This Small Inconspicuous FM Transmitter Has A Radius Of A Quarter Mile. If you’re into Spy-ware  Straight out of a James Bond movie – THIS IS IT! DIY FM transmitters are actually much easier to build than you might suspect, giving you the ability to create a makeshift ‘radio station’ with just a few supplies.<a href="http://www.diybullseye.com/build-your-own-long-range-fm-transmitter-from-a-9-volt-battery/" title="Read more" >...</a>

This Small Inconspicuous FM Transmitter Has A Radius Of A Quarter Mile. If you’re into Spy-ware Straight out of a James Bond movie – THIS IS IT! DIY FM transmitters are actually much easier to build than you might suspect, giving you the ability to create a makeshift ‘radio station’ with just a few supplies.<a href="http://www.diybullseye.com/build-your-own-long-range-fm-transmitter-from-a-9-volt-battery/" title="Read more" >...</a>

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Dark Roasted Blend: Real Life Spy Gadgets - For the secret agent in all of us

Dark Roasted Blend: Real Life Spy Gadgets - For the secret agent in all of us

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Ian Lancaster Fleming clad in his naval uniform in Room 39 of the Admiralty, the nerve centre of the Naval Intelligence Division.

Ian Lancaster Fleming clad in his naval uniform in Room 39 of the Admiralty, the nerve centre of the Naval Intelligence Division.

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The Soviet Union’s real life James Bond, Dmitri Bystrolyotov, was one of the greatest Soviet spies of all time. Dmitri was a sailor, doctor, lawyer and artist recruited by Stalin for his dashing good looks and ease with languages to seduce secrets from willing targets during the 1920s and 30s.

The Soviet Union’s real life James Bond, Dmitri Bystrolyotov, was one of the greatest Soviet spies of all time. Dmitri was a sailor, doctor, lawyer and artist recruited by Stalin for his dashing good looks and ease with languages to seduce secrets from willing targets during the 1920s and 30s.

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Shoe transmitter was used by the Romanian Secret Service in the 1960s to 1970s to spy on American diplomats.  Diplomats would have shoes flown in. The spy agency would intercept the shoes at the post office and install a bug and transmitter in the heel to monitor the diplomat's conversations. The transmitter wouldn't be detected during an electronic sweep of the diplomat's office for bugs unless the diplomat was in the room at the time the sweep occurred.

Shoe transmitter was used by the Romanian Secret Service in the 1960s to 1970s to spy on American diplomats. Diplomats would have shoes flown in. The spy agency would intercept the shoes at the post office and install a bug and transmitter in the heel to monitor the diplomat's conversations. The transmitter wouldn't be detected during an electronic sweep of the diplomat's office for bugs unless the diplomat was in the room at the time the sweep occurred.

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