Thursday 20th July 2017,
Mystery History TV

The C.I.A.’s Spy Inventions & Other Memorabilia Has A Flickr Account

This dragon fly looks so real but if you can try and believe it was made and used by the C.I.A. in the 1970’s. If this is the kind of tech they were doing back then it is not hard to imagine what they are using today. This Flickr account which is actually maintained by the C.I.A. is a nice history lesson and includes objects they have come across such as the Al Qeada Training Manual. Check out our favorite picks below and also you can visit the archive yourself at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ciagov/. The archive is not complete but for what it has it is really professional looking with a great historical take from the C.I.A. themselves. Also as an added extra bonus for everyone, I would keep close watch as the C.I.A. are expected to release the actual version of Osama bin Ladens death photo very shortly.

From CNN’s Chief National Correspondent John King

A senior government official involved in the discussions about releasing the photo tells CNN  that a photo release “could” come today via the CIA.

http://whitehouse.blogs.cnn.com/

 

 

Like this Article? Share it!

About The Author

I run the site, and have made over 1,000 posts on some of the mysterious and nuttiest stories I have run across on the internet, and some in real life.