How to Make a Listening Device?

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To make a listening device, you will need two walkie talkies, masking tape, and a paper clip or small object. Place one of the walkie talkies in another room. Wrap the tape around the talk button very tightly and place the paper clip on top of the covered talk button. Place the walkie talkie in the room you want to listen to what is going on. Hide it well or they will find it but put it where you can hear still sounds. Then, go to the other room and listen to what they are saying.
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