So how could I get in touch with you if I needed to?
Fastest way is to use email: timothymayer (at) comcast.net. Or you can give us a call at 610-717-1785. If you prefer the slow way, send us a letter: PO Box 84, Spring City, PA, 19475.
What’s this site all about?
Spy movies, espionage novels, Spy TV shows, fantasy books, science fiction books, horror movies, horror novels, pulp novels, nonfiction books on the same. Documentaries too. And any kind of blend.
That’s pretty general. I thought you were all about spy’s ?
Who wants to be overly specific? As Robert Heinlein said: “Specialization is for insects.”
Do you ever go to conventions?
On occasion. It depends on the convention. I don’t recall any conventions for former secret agents, but let us know and we’ll be there! We’ve attended Philadelphia ComiCon, Historicon, and the local 24-hour horror movie marathon.
How to I get a job with the CIA?
Contact your local congressional representative.
What’s the best source for information on spy’s?
The SpyCast from the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. You can listen to it here: http://www.spymuseum.org/multimedia/spycast .
Do you know James Bond?
Are you serious?
What is the best spy movie?
Everyone has a favorite, but I’m partial to Special Mission Lady Chaplin (1966) just because it’s a hoot. Assignment K (1967) is a close runner-up.
Is it true the Supersonic Hell Creatures From Beneath The Earth control Washington D. C.?
Quit asking these questions.
What is the best spy novel?
The Man Who Was Thursday by G. K. Chesterton. I’m told people who have actually worked in secret services rate it highly too.
Who is your favorite spy?
Mata Hari. I hear the name and Sylvia Kristel pops in my head.