a Tampa Bay History Center program specially designed for teens — will instruct youngsters about surveillance, information gathering and disguise.
Agents and experts will teach children ages 12 to 18, offering tips on how to enter the espionage career field.
The two-part spy series is part of the history center's traveling exhibition, "Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America." Spy School begins Saturday and offers a guided tour with curator Rodney Kite-Powell.
The program costs $60 per student but history center members get a $5 discount.
The Tampa Bay area might not seem like an obvious spy hub. But many retired FBI, CIA and military members live in the area, and one of the nation's more high-profile spy court cases unfolded in 2001 in a U.S. District Court in Tampa. Also, United States Special Operations Command is based in Tampa...