Watch the CIA spy tools in person

For the first time, these real-life spy tools were publicly posted by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on a special website.

They are familiar items often mentioned in any spy movie. But for the first time, these real-life spy tools were publicly posted by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on a special website.

Very unique spy items used by the CIA

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Robot fish is controlled by radio equipment for them to swim near the enemy to gather information.It was developed and used in the 1970s.

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This aerial unmanned device was dubbed the "spy flying dragon" manufactured by the Office of Research and Development.It is considered the ancestor of modern drones.

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The device helps read the mail without peeling the envelope.It was threaded through the gap of the envelope, rolled the letter inside and brought out to the gap.After the letter is read out, it is returned to the envelope by the way without leaving any suspicious trace.Equipment used since World War II.

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This dove camera attaches itself to a trained bird to fly over enemy areas and take photos.When the camera is brought to the task area, it will take pictures continuously and store them in the processor.

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Camera is hidden in dove camera

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Matchbox camera was developed by Eastman Kodak company for CIA spies

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The cigarette pack camera includes a miniature 35mm camcorder produced in Switzerland.

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Typical costumes and accessories of spies.Costumes also play an important part in helping spies conceal spy devices to get information from opponents.

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Equipment helps spies can drill quickly to attach other tracking devices to it.

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This coin is built as an ideal drilling device

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This sharp 4-head iron is used to spread down the road to destroy tires

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And this device is plugged into the ground at a pre-arranged location

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CIA card by Allen W. Dulles - the oldest director of the CIA

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This special pipe designed inside is a micro radio transmitter so it is capable of receiving and transmitting radio communication signals.And especially when the pipe is sucked in the mouth, the agent can still hear the information being transmitted, because the sound will pass through the jaw to reach the ear canal.

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Devices that detect enemies from afar are disguised as a piece of land on the way.Its task is to detect vibrations on the ground and retransmit the radio signal through an antenna to alert the enemy to appear hundreds of meters away.

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The makeup mirror is specially encoded by the CIA.That's when you tilt the mirror at a certain angle to the light source to see the message hidden behind it.

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The CIA-built compass is equipped with a magnifying glass and its accuracy is extremely high.It has also been used by the US military since the 1950s. The compass can also glow in the night.