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Pervert uses Hidden Camera to spy on Hooters Swimsuit Contestants

31 year old Ronald Keith Rolfes was allegedly working for a company and was supposed to watch the dressing room door to ensure none of products were stolen. Instead he setup hidden cameras in the dressing rooms so he could catch these young ladies, that were there for a beauty pageant, undressing while they were unaware.

Although I can’t imagine why he thought it would help his case, he told police he made the video because he has never had a girlfriend. Go figure huh?

I wouldn’t be surprised if they did some digging and found videos of other women as I doubt this was his first time doing this stuff.

Hopefully the courts will force this pervert into some type of therapy or something after he gets out of prison because he has some serious issues they need to address before he decides voyeurism isn’t enough and grabs some girl off the streets. Just saying.

One good way to be sure you aren’t being spied on by some pervert is to use a hidden video camera detector.

It may sound paranoid but would you rather end up on some sickos favorite self pleasuring video? I think not.

Stay safe out there!

Charles Dougherty
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Pregnant woman attacked and set on fire

It appears that in Detroit a few days ago 22-year-old Latonya Bowman was dropping off her ex-boyfriend when she was attacked.

According to Latonya, right after pulling into the garage of the home of her ex-boyfriend’s girlfriend, she said someone put a gun to her head.

They tied her up and stuck her in the trunk of her own car. Oh yeah, she is 9 months pregnant!

I say they but she is unsure of how many were involved.  She was driven to a secluded alley where a man’s voice said to her “you know why this is happening,”  and said something about her pregnancy.

He then poured a liquid on her which turned out to be lighter fluid. He then set her on fire! She got out of the trunk and began rolling around to put out the flames.

The man then took out a gun and shot twice striking her once in the back. She was smart and played dead so he left her there.

Thankfully, it appears that she survived her wounds and so has her baby!

Now here is the crazy part. The ex boyfriend is saying he didn’t see anything cause he was sleeping.

The police apparently believe he didn’t want the baby and this may have been his way of getting rid of that “problem”. It appears they have an idea of who is the perpetrator so hopefully they can get him to flip on the ex boyfriend.

If he had this done to her and the baby they need to put him down like the animal he is, Texas style!

Good luck to you Latonya and your baby.

Charles Dougherty

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UTC RA busted for installing Hidden Cameras in 4 Girl’s dorm rooms

This story is a tough one because where normally I am a throw the book at them kinda guy in this case I think they may be going the wrong direction sticking the guy in jail.

You see Bernard Morris has Asperger’s Syndrome so although no an excuse for bad behavior it does warrant consideration when it comes to sentencing.

A lot of this is the fault of his family members and the local law enforcement and court system. This guy showed signs of heading to the dark side long ago and that should have been addressed.

You see back in 2009 he got fixated on a young high school student to the point he punched his way through a glass in her front door, ransacked her bedroom and stole panties, set fire to the house, then called 911 as he watched from across the street.

Now I am no PHD but it doesn’t take one to see the GIANT RED FLAGS that incidents raises. This guy should have been institutionalized back then and not stuck in jail for a year.

Case in point is the newest charges levied against him where he broke in and installed hidden cameras in the dorm rooms of young women.

His next step is to rape a woman and if she is lucky he won’t kill her but I wouldn’t say to chance it.

This kids doesn’t need prison he needs help and lots of it and if he can’t be “fixed” he should be hospitalized for the rest of his life in order to protect women from him.

We will have to see what happens in this case as time goes on.

This is the perfect example as to why it is worth it to be a little paranoid and get a Hidden Video Camera Detector, a.k.a Bug Detector and sweep your dorm room and shower area often to ensure no one is watching in on you or even worse recording you.

Stay safe out there!

Charles Dougherty

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Why You Should Use a Hidden Camera Detector

With all of the new technologies out in the present day we need to genuinely care about our personal privacy as much as we do our personal safety. Hidden Cameras are to be had in just about everything you can think of all the way down to a tiny little screw. All of this makes it much more difficult to guard against and this is where a Hidden Camera Detector comes in useful.

Hidden Camera Detector technology has advanced over time just like cameras so you can easily guard yourself from having your privacy invaded. This should be something you think about whenever you use a public restroom, changing or locker room since a video of that event could wind up on the internet being viewed by thousands of perverts for years to come.

Hidden cameras can be wired, wireless or even self recording. This means that whichever Hidden Camera Detector you choose needs to be able to detect all three if you want maximum protection.

Wireless cameras are the easiest to detect because of their RF or Radio Frequency. This is a signal that the wireless camera gives off the entire time it is powered on. Your Spy Camera Detector should easily alert you to the presence of the RF signals and then you just need to either leave or if you want proof, narrow down the location. This can be done by the use of the signal strength meter on your Camera Detector. The closer you get to the source, the stronger the signal.

Wired and self recording hidden cameras do not give off RF signals like the wireless cameras so they are a bit tougher to locate. This is where the eyepiece of your Hidden Camera Detector comes into play.

You simply look through the specially made eyepiece and any video camera lenses within a few feet will flash red so you will know exactly where they are located. At that point you can contact the authorities and put a stop to their bad behavior.

Out of the 3 types of hidden cameras, the wired and self recording models are most likely the types of camera you will run into in public settings. Wireless cameras are best suited for situations where you are not able to run a wire and are usually used in private homes.

This is the reason you would be best served by purchasing a Hidden Camera Detector that can handle all 3 types of cameras so you are ensured the maximum protection when out in public.

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Reasons You Should use a Spy Camera Finder

With all of the new technologies available at the moment we need to genuinely care about our personal privacy as much as we do our personal safety. Hidden Cameras are to be had in just about everything you can think of all the way down to a tiny little screw. All of this makes it much more challenging to guard against and this is where a Spy Camera Finder comes in useful.

Hidden Spy Camera Detector tools have improved over time just like cameras so you can definitely shield yourself from having your privacy invaded. This should be something you think about whenever you use a public restroom, changing or locker room since a video of that event could wind up on the internet being viewed by thousands of perverts for years to come.

Hidden cameras can be wired, wireless or even self recording. This means that whichever Spy Camera Finder you choose needs to be able to detect all three if you want maximum protection.

Wireless cameras are the easiest to detect because of their RF or Radio Frequency. This is a signal that the wireless camera gives off the entire time it is powered on. Your Hidden Camera Detector should easily alert you to the presence of the RF signals and then you just need to either leave or if you want proof, narrow down the location. This can be done by the use of the signal strength meter on your Spy Camera Detector. The closer you get to the source, the stronger the signal.

Wired and self recording hidden cameras do not give off RF signals like the wireless cameras so they are a bit tougher to locate. This is where the eyepiece of your Hidden Camera Detector comes into play.

You simply look through the specially made eyepiece and any video camera lenses within a few feet will flash red so you will know exactly where they are located. At that point you can contact the authorities and put a stop to their bad behavior.

Out of the 3 types of hidden cameras, the wired and self recording models are most likely the types of camera you will run into in public settings. Wireless cameras are best suited for situations where you are not able to run a wire and are usually used in private homes.

This is the reason you would be best served by purchasing a Spy Camera Finder that can handle all 3 types of cameras so you are ensured the maximum protection when out in public.

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How to search for a hidden camera in apartments

Guarding your privacy from a prying or just plain perverted landlord, is more of a concern for women today than it has been in past years due to the quantity of options and availability of concealed cameras.

Spy cameras disguised as every day items are the best known but a concealed camera can also come in the shape of a miniscule camera which means you need to take great care and be sure to check for hidden cameras in apartments.

When you first move into your new apartment, rented room or even a home you need to do a thorough walk through and pay attention to all of the little things you may notice. This is specially true if the location comes fully or even partially furnished.

When you do your opening inspection you need to search the following very carefully:

o Vents for the air conditioner and heating unit.
o Smoke, Radon and Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarms.
o Any mirrors, paintings or wall decorations that you didn’t install yourself.
o In the corners of each room, check the ceiling carefully for small holes. The same thing also goes for the walls connected to any adjacent apartments.
o Be sure to check the bathroom thoroughly paying close attention to the shower and toilet areas

What you are looking for are wires that appear out of place and seem to go no where, and minute holes that don’t make any sense. If you turn out the light and get it pitch black in your residence you can look for lights in odd spots.

Most cameras come with some type of power on light that can much more easily be seen in a pitch dark room through watchful inspection. As I mentioned already you need to check every anomaly carefully as you do your inspection.

The difficult thing about apartments and rented houses is that the landlord can enter in under false or with no pretenses at all and install cameras at any time after you move in which makes things much more complicated for you over time. So you may also want to consider picking up a bug detector.

A Hidden Camera Detector can let you find any secret cameras or microphone bugs. Best of all you can occasionally sweep your living area to be sure nothing gets slipped in after your initial inspection.

Another bonus to getting a concealed camera detector is that it can be used to ensure your privacy in dressing rooms and public restrooms as well. I know you have seen the news stories of perverts hiding cameras in these public places and you do not want to fall prey to this type of crime.

You can see your Hidden Camera Detector options online and see if it is something you may want to do to protect yourself from exposure down the line.

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How to sweep a room for electronic listening devices

Learning how to check a rental property for hidden cameras before you move in can help to save you from a lot of embarrassment down the line and help you to live there with the confidence that prying eyes are not watching you. The steps you need to learn are not complicated and are worth the effort for peace of mind.

The best way to find any cameras would be to use a hidden camera detector which makes it as easy as just quickly sweeping each room looking for radio frequencies or cameras lenses. They are inexpensive, easy to use and best of all they are portable. This makes a hidden camera detector perfect to take with you to check hotel rooms, bathrooms, showers and even changing rooms.

To check a rental property for hidden cameras without using a camera detector requires you to pay attention and take your time as you search the entire property looking for anything odd.

The best time to check for cameras is before you move all of your things into the place. The emptier the place is, the easier it will be to find any hidden cameras. You should also try to do your inspection after the sun goes down so it will be easier to spot LED’s.

To start you need to go room by room and turn off and unplug any appliances. Your goal is to make it pitch black in there so if there is a LED light emanating from any camera you will be able to easily notice it. Most have some type of LED light and although the colors will vary, they are usually very small blue, green, yellow or red lights.

Carefully go room to room looking for any lights. If you spot a light be sure you know exactly what is giving off the light before you disregard it. Be sure you look carefully at any shelves, closets and even along the ceiling with special attention paid to the corners of the room.

After you have searched the entire place for LED lights you can then turn the lights back on and start a visual search for wires or holes that seem strange.

What you are looking for are rogue wires or anything else that looks odd like a small hole in a wall or ceiling. Be sure to check the bathroom and bedroom areas carefully and this includes around the toilet. If you see any wires make sure you follow the wire to see exactly what is attached to it.

If the rental property is furnished, even partially, you will need to take extra care to check of all the supplied furniture very closely and this holds especially true with any household electronics. Hidden cameras can easily be purchased disguised as a multitude of household items so be sure to look at everything closely.

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How to check a rental property for hidden cameras

Learning how to check a rental property for hidden cameras before you move in can help to save you from a lot of embarrassment down the line and help you to live there with the confidence that prying eyes are not watching you. The steps you need to learn are not complicated and are worth the effort for peace of mind.

The best way to find any cameras would be to use a hidden camera detector which makes it as easy as just quickly sweeping each room looking for radio frequencies or cameras lenses. They are inexpensive, easy to use and best of all they are portable. This makes a hidden camera detector perfect to take with you to check hotel rooms, bathrooms, showers and even changing rooms.

To check a rental property for hidden cameras without using a camera detector requires you to pay attention and take your time as you search the entire property looking for anything odd.

The best time to check for cameras is before you move all of your things into the place. The emptier the place is, the easier it will be to find any hidden cameras. You should also try to do your inspection after the sun goes down so it will be easier to spot LED’s.

To start you need to go room by room and turn off and unplug any appliances. Your goal is to make it pitch black in there so if there is a LED light emanating from any camera you will be able to easily notice it. Most have some type of LED light and although the colors will vary, they are usually very small blue, green or red lights.

Carefully go room to room looking for any lights. If you spot a light be sure you know exactly what is giving off the light before you disregard it. Be sure you look carefully at any shelves, closets and even along the ceiling with special attention paid to the corners of the room.

After you have searched the entire place for LED lights you can then turn the lights back on and start a visual search for wires or holes that seem strange.

What you are looking for are rogue wires or anything else that looks odd like a small hole in a wall or ceiling. Be sure to check the bathroom and bedroom areas carefully and this includes around the toilet. If you see any wires make sure you follow the wire to see exactly what is attached to it.

If the rental property is furnished, even partially, you will need to take extra care to check of all the supplied furniture very closely and this holds especially true with any household electronics. Hidden cameras can easily be purchased disguised as a multitude of household items so be sure to look at everything closely.

Stay Safe!

Chuck

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