And yes - I do subscribe to "Conspiracy Theories". (guffaw)
Man is this scary! Please follow this link to the Mind-Control Forum. There are people here with MRI images of what they believe to be very hightech brain implants, links to the chilling technical mindcontrol archives regarding the developments of Dr Jose Delgado, the pioneer of radio-controlled electrical stimulation of the brain (ESB). This is terrifying stuff, which was developed in the 1950s, and might well have been considerably refined by now. In 1957 or so, Dr. Delgado was able to use radio control ESB to stop a charging bull in its tracks.
Also please see the Advocacy Committee for Human Experimentation Survivors - Mind Control . Links galore, and they're getting pretty activist.
Here's another page of human experimentation weirdness. And since it is written by another victim of mindcontrol, don't expect it to make all that much sense - unless you read between the lines. Try America's Line: Exposing the U.S. Army,CIA,ZION Conspiracy, pictures and documents, celebrities. Or maybe this belongs on my Weirdness Page.
Mr. Cannon is now at work on a definitive treatise on the subject of mindcontrol, particularly as relates to MK-ULTRA-type projects. Here is an excerpt which deals with the historical antecedents. The section on The Assassins ("hasheesheen") is extremely enlightening.
This contains great deals of background on MK-ULTRA (see below) and also is intensely footnoted.
You can even try out this reference page to the 'Church' of Scientology. More information on mincontrol as practiced by assorted Cults is here. Also see the Big Brother section of the more-generic Weirdness Page.
I'd have to say, follow this right now if you're remotely interested in project MK-ULTRA. This is sort of a background page for a novel I'll certainly buy. The background provides some excellent links. Don't miss it!
Also, in a totally-related vein, please see my own fictional account of potential messes created by MK-ULTRA technologies in the hands of certain segments of the public. Hopefully this won't start a fad or something, although it appears that it may have done so already. Or was this just parallel reporting of something that was bound to happen anyway? Please read Loaded, by yours-truly. And tell that weird spooky foreign-looking (or maybe unbelievably American-looking) guy behind you to get that amazingly transparent 18-inch Flexi-Straw (tm) straw full of Ketamine, Rohypnol, and Versed out of your nostril. Learn about Rohypnol, and why it must soon be relegated to Schedule I. Also learn more about the plant-source scopolamine from South America, Burundanga, a mind-control chemical if ever there was one.
Speaking of mind-control chemicals, try this part-time link wherein a psychiatrist discusses his take on the overuse of pharmaceuticals in the psychiatric industry.
Be sure to keep your eye out for people carrying and using what appear to be hair-thin gel injectors, evidently a hardened colloidal compound bearing interesting chemicals. Easily inserted through the skin of the elbows, shoulders or knees in surreptitious sleigh-of-hand moves, these things evidently soak up moisture and dissolve, leaving whatever was in them circulating around in your body. The rumor goes that these are an old psychiatrist's device used for sedating psychotics without having to use a regular syringe, which might be fought. Rumor also goes that these large numbers of this tech are being deliberately released to the underclasses by some unknown source, for purposes of disruption.
2001 -- belay that! Well, it could all be true, but we have reason to suspect that the technology in question is the unbelievably cheap and dangerous technology of chemically coated glass optical fiber. Unlike the plastic PVC version, the glass version is glass, cuts like glass, is damned near unbreakable, and cost $35.00 a mile. See also The Millenium War.Of course this could all be salacious fear-mongering. Or maybe not.
Sorry, no love. Never could tell the difference between Love and Espionage, anyway.
But here's something on the subject of ancient Japanese Ninja Espionage. Here's a short-something about Business espionage. And there's the fashionable and cutting-edge world of Satellite Espionage. There's a pretty good generic spy page here. And here's a nice hobbyist's page. Here's another, very good, hobbyist's page.
What about hackers as spies?
And here is a link to Spookland.
No list of spookiness could be complete without mentioning a great list of sites dealing with this sort of thing, Sp00k Central. Really rather amazing.
Here's how I imagine (it is all my imagination isn't it? Of course it is. Under false accounts, I created all of these web-links, right?) infiltrators might be moving in on your hometown. Of course this is fiction, right? Wanna gamble on it? High-stakes only.
Note: - I have no way to authenticate any of the following. Take everything with a grain of salt.