Catch PERVS & FREAKS with your everyday carry (EDC)

As you know the most   important part of any survival gear plan is what’s called your
every day carry” gear (or EDC).

That’s because you never know when disaster is going to
strike and your EDC may be the only gear you have available
to save your life when there’s no warning and you can’t get
to your home or car for your other gear.

But your EDC really ISN’T just about disasters and attacks.

Many of these items have every-day uses that can protect you
as well.

For example…

One of the hidden threats few people even know about is that
of the “predatory voyeur” while you’re traveling away from
home.

You see, some hotel owners (or employees) have found clever
ways to hide small cameras in hotel rooms in order to
videotape you and your spouse changing clothes or even
“getting down to business” if the mood strikes you.

It happens more than you think and there are websites out
there that will pay these freaks for their illegal amateur
clips (or they just keep them for personal viewing).

With technology being what it is, these camera lenses are
super small… affordable by anyone… and can be hidden
practically anywhere while sending a remote signal to a
recorder in another room.

The options are endless and you’ll never even know you’re
being spied on and video taped!

But for the prepared survivalist who’s aware of this common
threat, a simple mini-LED flashlight can catch these
predators in the act and not only protect your privacy…
but bring them to justice.

Here’s what to do every time you travel…

*  Once you get settled into your room (it could be a
hotel, B&B, or even a friend’s house believe it or
not!), sit on the bed and pull out your mini-LED
flashlight.

*  Place the light right at the corner of your eye,
shining away from you so it’s facing in the same
direction as your sight path.

*  Now, look around the room at different objects where a
camera could be hidden, like at…

Alarm clock
Fire alarm (on wall or ceiling)
Television
Picture frames
Lamps
Even stuffed animals like “nanny-cam” teddy bears

You really have to think “sneaky” and where someone
might hide a camera (and be sure to check the bathroom
as well)

*  What you’re looking for is a flash reflection of your
light off of any camera’s lens.

It will be fast and sharp (sort of like a camera flash)
and you’ll notice it instantly.

*  Once you see that flash, inspect that area very closely
and you may find a tiny camera lens.

GOTCHA!

Don’t let these pervs get away with it!

If you find a hidden cam in your room, contact the police
right away and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law.

Via: Covert Survivalist

 


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