A Morse code pad for spies
There’s also a dart-shooting camera, lipstick with a hidden dagger, a poison gas pen and more.
All these spy artifacts were developed at Camp X, a secret Canadian spy camp.
Some of the agents who attended the camp included writer Roald Dahl, and possibly Ian Fleming, who wrote the James Bond novels. Sir William Stephenson (code-name Intrepid) ran the camp. He was one of the men on whom the character of Bond was based
These spy gadgets were part of a museum, but the family who owns them wants to sell, angering some who consider them part of Canada’s heritage.
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