Listen to this intro clip for an inside project done by the Washington Post. Top Secret America explores the project, explaining what Washington Post journalists Dana Priest and William M. Arkin discovered during their investigation of the United States’ response to 9/11.
This clip is taken from a PBS NewsHour video highlighting author Mary Graham and her book, “President’s Secrets: The Use and Abuse of Hidden Power.” The excerpt talks about the Bush administration and its controversial interrogation and surveillance policies following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
This audio is taken from an ABC News broadcast about what they call the “godfather of conspiracy theories.” This theory, of course, is that of the existence of Area 51. It is a highly classified United States Airforce facility that was thought to be a made-up place, but it is in fact entirely real.
Oak Ridge, Tennessee was a normal town just like any other, except for the small fact that between the years of 1942 and 1945, it literally did not exist. Well, it did exist but nobody really knew about it. This was because it was being used as a place for building the atomic bomb. Listen now.
Originally a video published by Discovery, this audio is about another national secret you may not have ever heard of: Plum Island. What is Plum Island? As you’ll learn when listening, it is a top-secret lab located on an island just outside New York City.
There is no doubt that people in our day and age are constantly concerned about the security and privacy of their electronic devices, wondering if they are being tapped into. Thousands of documents known as “Vault Seven” revealed in 2017 that the CIA does have the ability to hack into your phone.