Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Twirling Your Hair ... Could Save Your Life

Twirl Your Hair If You Are in Danger ...
By Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee/@grannygee

Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee

You sit, smiling ... stroking your hair as you talk.  The guy facing you is making you feel alarmed.  You don't let him see your fear.

Talking, pretending all is okay ... you play with your strand of hair.  The guy never knows he is being videoed ... never knows that your location is known.

How is that?  Some guys have rigged up tresses of hair ... hair extensions to be worn with one's own hair.  Why?  To spy on others, or to video, pinpoint your location if you are alarmed, in danger.

It works with one's cell phone ... making it video, and pinpoint one's location.

So, the next time you see a girl sitting, smiling brightly ... twirling her hair in her fingers ... she could be a spy!  She could be making her cell phone video you.

I saw this on tv, today.  It was on Right This Minute.  I tried Googling it, but ... I couldn't find anything about it.  I'll keep an eye out for anything to do with this. It sounds interesting.

I think it could be a good thing if one was in danger ... and began to twirl their hair.

Photo/story owned, written by me ... Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee/@grannygee


  1. Ingenius! The more hidden cameras that are available to protect people from becoming victims, the better off we'll be. I hadn't heard of those types of cameras, but I applaud the inventor!

  2. That IS a wonderful idea!!!! I have to applaud the inventor too!! Love, Ms. Nancy

  3. Oh wow! I've never heard of this before. My son likes to twirl his hair only because it's soothing. I even twirl in my hair sometimes. I might need to find out more about this hidden video thing.