In 1933, two rebellious women bought a home in Virginia’s woods. Then the CIA moved in
Great stories: Sharing your house might seem like a good idea, but what if they're government spies? In this fascinating piece from The Washington Post, Jessica Contrera and Gillian Brockell explore the tale of "Florence Thorne and Margaret Scattergood, two pioneers of the American labour movement who defied the gender expectations of their time." After buying a home, they ended up living with the most unlikely of people.
From The Washington Post