One of the longest-serving spies of the Cold War era is now an octogenarian woman who spends her days making jam in her south London home.
Daily Archive for October 22nd, 2006
In the 1930s a number of young men at Cambridge University were recruited as Soviet spies. They were not motivated by financial gain but by the belief that capitalism was corrupt and that the Soviet Union offered a better model for society.
Zackery Bowen and “Addie” Hall had a tumultuous relationship. The anatomy of the grisly crime followed the same manic path. In his suicide note, Bowen confessed to strangling Hall, violating her, dismembering, and finally cooking Hall”s body before jumping to his death.
Experts create invisibility cloak.