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Here are guidelines to the design and ...
Here are guidelines to the design and construction of hidden storage areas small enough to hide cash and jewelry, and large enough to conceal armaments and even a family.
Posted August 5, 2010
This guide has some interesting ideas for hiding places (false pipes in the bathroom, the bottom of a pot of food, etc) as well as tried-and-true favorites (hollowed-out books, false-bottom drawers). There are also some fun ideas for hiding people in hidden rooms and floors.
Although there are tons of pictures, some of the descriptions may be a difficult for a person who is not familiar with construction. A few extra diagrams might have helped.
In general, it's a quick and easy read and is sure to get your imagination going. I especially enjoyed the author's emphasis on hiding things in plain sight. If anything, this guide will get you to think about everyday items and places as potential hiding places.
[Disclosure: This review also appears on FingerFlow.com, a site for review and discussion of creative works.]