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The year is 1946 and the world has just emerged from years of brutal warfare that resulted not only in the deaths of millions but the creation of weapons of mass destruction. The new found peace is precarious as nations are forced into or voluntarily take sides in the two major ideological camps of communism and capitalism. The Soviet Union and the United States, once allies during the war are now openly engaged in a war of words and threats.
But there is an even greater threat from within, as the United States has been infiltrated by Soviet spies and sympathizers who are not only actively exposing US secrets and strategies to the Soviet Union but influencing policy makers at the highest levels of US Government. Some spies have voluntarily come forward and have named names, but many remain hidden and a threat, the extent of which will not be realized until much later.
Into this melee is born an organization like no other – a master guild of magicians – who will use the dark arts to tease out of the shadows the Russian spies that linger there. Their amazing performance is told here for the first time after almost seventy years of obscurity, their magic so well-conceived that their veil of illusion continues to this day.
a reply to: mirageman
The craft were described as white and tic-tac like in shape in this case. So who decides that it's not secret technology from a potential enemy?
Perhaps they know very clearly that the orbs are not Russian.
......"A White Tic-Tac, about the same size as a Hornet, 40-feet long with no wings," Fravor described. "Just hanging close to the water."