Did you know that the spy films that you just can’t get much of are actually more or less virtual presentation from real life episodes? Do you know that howsoever it may seem to be too good to be true, spies actually exist? Though Hollywood has glorified the image of spies in the virtual world, spies in the real world rarely get their worth. They risk their life for their country and play the greatest role in gathering valuable information both for peace and war but rarely get acknowledged for their deeds. Every country in the world has its own list of spies who have given much to their nation at the cost of even death and their American counterparts are no less. While talking of American spies the first name that strikes the mind is that of Nathan Hale. He is famously known as the first American spy. Hale voluntarily served as espionage during the Battle of Long Island. Other prominent names include James Armistead Lafayette who became the first African American double agent, Belle Boyd who served during the American civil war. Check this segment and find out in detail about famous American spies who provided top-secret classified information to America about their rival nations and groups.
Robert Philip HanssenRobert Hanssen
18 April 1944
Former FBI Agent & Spy for the Soviet Union
Aldrich AmesAldrich Ames
26 May 1941
Former CIA Officer & Agent for the Soviet Union &

Nathan HaleNathan Hale
06 June 1755
American Martyr

Peggy ShippenPeggy Shippen
11 July 1760
Spy

Clyde TolsonClyde Tolson
22 May 1900
Associate Director of the FBI

Virginia Hall Virginia Hall
06 April 1906
American Spy
James Armistead LafayetteJames Armistead Lafayette
10 December 1760
Spy

Belly BoydBelle Boyd
09 May 1844
Confederate Spy in the American Civil War

Benjamin Thomas WolfBenjamin Thomas Wolf
1975 AD
Former FBI Agent

John O. BrennanJohn O. Brennan
22 September 1955
Intelligence official
Theodore HallTheodore Hall
20 October 1925
Physicist

David GreenglassDavid Greenglass
02 March 1922
Spy