The CIA, FBI, NRO (National Reconnaissance Office) and spy-book author H. Keith Melton all contributed rare items to this intelligence-gathering survey. Vintage hardware on display includes a WWII Enigma machine, which decrypted Nazi messages; Charlie, a robot catfish used by the CIA; a KGB pinhole drill kit; and artifacts from the FBI file on Russian spy Anna Chapman.
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