Below are 300 links to resources for information that are accessible through the Internet. These resources can be used to track down phone numbers, e-mail addresses, credit information, personal records (like DMV records, armed forces records and Social Security info, among others), and much more. All of the sites are free to visit, and the vast majority of the services provided are free, though some are links to investigative agencies that charge for their services.
Most of these sites contain links to other sites that can give you access to even more information. You have been guided to literally thousands of pages, all over the world! Feel free to explore the URLs we have collected for you, and wherever else the “surf” may take you.
If you are not successful with a phone or address search, try being less specific; i.e. search for “J Smith” instead of “John Smith”. The person you’re looking for may be listed by first initial or a nickname, and this search will turn up “J Smith”, “John Smith”, “Jim Smith” and more. Always try the most specific search first, then broaden the search if you don’t find what you’re looking for.
The various phone search engines get their information from different sources. Some of the search engines include unlisted phone numbers, but not all unlisted numbers can be found. A search for an unlisted phone may be better directed to one of the Private Investigation agencies listed. Some of the phone search sites provide “reverse searches”, i.e., looking up a name and address from a phone number. This can be helpful to someone with Caller ID service on their phone.
Private e-mail can (and often is) be read by System Administrators. E-mail that has been posted to Internet News Groups can be found by searching the Deja News (http://www.dejanews.com/forms/dnquery.html) or Alta-Vista (http://www.altavista.digital.com) search engines. Be sure to search “Usenet” as opposed to “the Web in Alta Vista.
If you get a message like “File Not found. The requested URL was not found on this server.”, first make sure the URL is exactly as it appears on our list. If that doesn’t help, try gradually deleting the pathname of the URL (i.e., try http://adm1.hamrick.com/names/index.htm, then http://adm1.hamric.com/names/, then http://adm1.hamrick.com/). Sometimes, a site will be restructured, and this method may get you to a place you can explore the site (even if the original link no longer exists).
If the message is something like “There was no response”, the server could be down or is not responding. If you are unable to connect again later, contact the server’s administrator,” try it again a few minutes later, or the next day. Sometimes, heavy internet traffic or server problems will cause a site to be slow or unavailable.
Please keep in mind that due to the dynamic nature of the Internet, some of these sites may move or disappear. Others will certainly be added, and Secrets by Mail will continue to offer updated and expanded versions of this list.
Are links on this list are checked periodically and updated or deleted if no longer active.
State Vital Records Links http://www.inlink.com/~nomi/vitalrec/staterec.html
State-by-state listing of available sources of vital records. This database gives you the state government addresses for where to write for vital records including birth, marriage, divorce, and death records.
SSN Lookup http://www.informus.com/ssnlkup.html
Find if a SSN is valid, when and where it was issued.
An information site for investigative journalists, this site lists useful investigative type databases, many on the net.
Parent Finders http://www.idir.net/~pbrown/
Searchable adoptees databases http://www.adopting.org/adoptees.html
Informus provides credit reports, Worker’s Comp reports, Motor Vehicle, and criminal records searches, most with overnight turnaround.
See below links for details on all available information.
Social Security Number Search http://wwwinformus.com/ssnrpt.html
Name Search by Previous Address http://www.informus.com/adrrpt.html
Previous Employment Verification http://www.informus.com/pevrpt.html
Education Verification http://www.informus.com/edurpt.html
Military Verification http://www.informus.com/milrpt.html
Motor Vehicle Registration http://www.informus.com/mvrrpt.html
Criminal Records http://www.informus.com/crmrpt.html
Worker’s Compensation http://www.informus.com/wrkrpt.html
ESP Mailbox Search http://www.mailbox.co.uk/esp
Search for e-mail address by name, over 1.6 million entries.
Collection of links to news, weather, phone searches (including reverse search), newspapers, web search engines and other resources.
Links to over fifty telephone directories and search engines from over thirty countries.
Who Where phone and address search http://www.whowhere.com/wwphone/phone.html Includes links to international phone directories.
Database America People Finder http://www.databaseamerica.com/html/gpfind.htm Includes reverse search (look up name/address from phone number only).
This link allows interactive neighborhood browsing around any address in the country. Also, search by name or address: find people who moved, changed their name, phone number changes, email account changes, URL changes and more.
Zip2 Door-to-Door http://www.zip2.com
Interactive Yellow Pages - search for a business or residential address, view and print a map, get detailed door-to-door driving directions.
A free service to help people locate long-lost acquaintances, girl/boyfriends, teachers, employees, classmates, etc...
US West Yellow Pages http://yp.uswest.com
More than 22 million business listings and 70 million residential listings from across the country, searchable by name, business category, address, ZIP code, phone number, or combination searches (such as “restaurant on Main Street”).
Click on “Non-Notre Dame Information Sources “Click on “Phone Books—Other Institutions” A vast collection of searchable telephone books and other directories.
Yahoo People Search: http://phone.yahoo.com/
Telephone Directory http://www.contractjobs.com/tel/
Sales Leads USA http://www.salesleadsusa.com/
LCWeb (Library of Congress employee directory) http://lcweb.loc.gov/cgi-bin/phf/
Pagenet (send alphanumeric pager messages): http://www.pagenet.net/pagenet/page_inp.htm
Big Yellow http://Sl2.bigyellow.com/
World Yellow Pages http://www.worldyellowpages.com
Yellow Pages Online http://www.ypo.com/
Internet Yellow Pages http://www.iypn.com/
Super Pages http://www.superpages.com/
New Riders http://www.mcp.com
Big Foot (Big Book) http://www.bigfoot.com
These companies have placed the entire USA/Canada Yellow and White Pages into databases and made it available for searching. They have over 105 million listings. Search by name, phone number, occupation, etc. You ran click on a button to see a map of the address; search for their E-mail address; browse addresses in the same neighborhood, obtain county and Zip+4 information, search for Usenet Newsgroup postings; get driving directions to the matched address, etc.
Internet 411 http://www.Four11.com/
Who Where http://www.whowhere.com/
Internet Address Finder http://www.iaf.net/
World Email Directory... http://worldemail.com/wede4.shtml
Netfind Gateway gopher://ds.internic.net:4320/1 netfind
ESP Mailbox Search http://www.mailbox.co.uk/esp
These sites are like the “White Pages” of the Internet and allow you to search for E-mail addresses.
Extensive search for people, facts, newsgroups, mailing lists and other internet resources.
This site reportedly allows location of university domain names, and location of college students.
GeoCites Map It http://www.geocities.com/cgi-bin/main/BHI/proxmap.html
These sites let you locate a residence, business, address, or city in continental U.S. on an interactive map,, zoom in on any location in the continental U.S.; add Points of Interest to your maps, etc. Proximus Site will return a physical address map from a Domain Name, ie. @Traveller.com.
Create a map of from any address in the US, generate HTML code, and send it via e-mail!
Semaphore Corp http://www.semaphorecorp.com
This link allows interactive neighborhood browsing around any address in the country. Also find new address, phone number, name, etc.. of people that have move or married.
Interstate Highway Link http://interstatelink.com/isl/ius.html
Maps Interstate Highways in Eastern US.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children maintains a large database of missing children, with pictures and other details.
Project Find http://www.projectfind.com
Child Quest http://www.childquest.org/
Polly Klass Foundation http://www.pollyklaas.org
CREDIT REPORTS http://www.budhibbs.com.crdrpt.htm
Instructions on how to order your credit report, with addresses and phone numbers of the main credit reporting agencies.
Another source for information on mortgages, credit reports and other financial services.
CSRA Online http://kadima.com/
CSRA provides services like Nationwide Death Index on CD (53 million records on two CDs), CD Archives for Voter Registration, Drivers License, Vehicle Registration, Credit Card Headers, and Active Military Personnel (all branches except the Coast Guard).
Information on check verification services.
Confidential Credit will order credit reports from all three of the main agencies, then advise you on how to correct any discrepancies or misinformation.
Searchable classified job listings for newspapers across the United States.
List of help-wanted servers, recruiter links, professional societies, government job listings.
JOB HUNT http://www.job-hunt.org
Extensive listing of job-hunting resources on the Web and elsewhere. Over one hundred useful resources, including newsgroups, World Job Seekers, classified ads from major newspapers.
EMPLOYEE SCREENING http://www.informus.com/
Informus offers to do the legwork for employers and human resource managers in scoping out the backgrounds of job candidates. For a fee, they’ll check a candidate’s references, educational background, driving record, or criminal history.
List of over fifty links to temp agencies, on-line resumes, job search and interview tips, and more.
FBI Records http://pages.ripco.com:8080/~glr/fbiform.txt
Request a copy of your FBI records, if they exist. Includes a fill-in-the-blanks form and addresses for many local FBI offices,
A service of the Emory School of Law, this point-and-click map to federal courts provides hypertext links to all on-line federal court sites.
SUPREME COURT OPINIONS AND OTHER JUDICIAL INFORMATION
GPO COURT OPINIONS http://fedbbs.access.gpo.gov/court0l.htm
COURT OPINIONS http://www.lawcornell.edu/supct/
FTP Link ftp://ftp.cwru.edu/hermes/
Supreme Court opinions and related documents in WordPerfect 5. 1 or HTML format from the HERMES project, these documents are transmitted by the Court upon release and uploaded to The Federal Bulletin Board daily.
US Legal Code http://www.lawcornell.edu/uscode/
Excellent link site to state government and state laws that can be accessed on the Internet. Includes state, county and city information.
The first commercial legal website, with thousands of html files and links from over 6000 other sites.
INTERNET LAW LIBRARY http://law.house.gov/
Includes access to U.S. Code and Code of Federal Regulations, searchable from 111194,, plus links to U.S. federal laws (arranged by original published source or agency), U.S. state and territorial laws, laws of other nations, treaties and international law, laws of all jurisdictions (arranged by subject)., law school law library catalogs and services, attorney and legal profession directories, etc...
Very complete legal site with access to several dozen state constitutions, statutes, codes, legislation, etc..
US Post Office Database that corrects addresses and gives zip plus 4.
Navy Vessels http://www.semaphorecorp.com/cgi/navy.html
Look up Zip+4 Codes for United States Navy vessels.
Search by keyword the index of scholarly Internet mailing lists and newsgroups.
Ask Eric http://ericir.syr.edu/
A wealth of information for investigators and journalists, including full-text search access to the ERIC database and digests, Ask ERIC lnfoguides (topical guides to Internet and ERIC resources), Goals 2000 information and government resources, archives of education-related listservs (including LALNET K12ADMIN and KIDSPHERE), and remote access to other Internet sites.
Search the Lib. of Cong. archives by author, title, etc Includes U.S. Copyright & Patent databases.
CARD CATALOGS http://Iibrary.usask.ca/hytelnet/
CARD CATALOGS http://www.library.usask.ca/hywebcat/
A worldwide list of public and private library card catalogs that may be searched via the Internet
Keyword search engine to find Usenet newsgroup messages and articles on the Internet.
Tile MAILING LISTS http://tile.net/
UNC MAILING LISTS http://sunsite.unc.edu/usenet-i/
Neosoft MAILING LISTS http://www.neosoft.com/internet/paml/bysubj.html
Looking for an e-mail discussion group? Enter any word or phrase to search for listservs, listprocs, majordomo and independently managed mailing lists.
STANFORD USENET FILTER http://www.reference.com/
Stanford University allows you to “sift” via E-mail more than six months of archives from more than 13,000 Internet newsgroups and 1,000+publicly-accessible mailing lists.
Census State Level http://venus.census.gov/cdrom/lookup/CMD=LIST/DB=C90STF3A/LEV=STATE Keyword searchable source of Census data.
The University of Virginia Social Sciences Data Center has added 1988 and 1994 Census County and City Data Books to its collection of interactive data resources on the WWW. They have taken the obese files from the CDs and merged them into single files for each year/level combination. Users can now select as many cities, counties, or states and combine that with as many variables as they would like.
DEMOGRAPHIC & POPULATION http://coombs.anu.edu.au/ResFacilities/DemographyPage.html
CIA Maps & Publications http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/index.html
Great source of links on demographics and other topics. It’s very extensive and includes links to sites world wide on a variety of topics. Also included are listings for the CIA World Fact Books.
NASIRE STATE SEARCH http://www.nasire.org/
State Search is a service of the National Association of State Information Resource Executives and is designed to serve as a topical clearinghouse to state government information on the Internet.
Purdue GPO ACCESS http://thorplus.lib.purdue.edu/gpo/
UCAL SD GPO ACCESS http://ssdc.ucsd.edu/gpo/multi.html
Access to the following searchable databases: Congressional Bills, Congressional Calendars, Congressional Directory, Congressional Documents, Congressional Record & Index, Congressional Reports, Economic Indicators, Economic Report of the President, Federal Register, General Accounting Office, Government Information Locator Service, United States Government Manual, History of Bills, House Rules Manual, Interior Reports, Privacy Act Issuances, Public Laws, Unified Agenda and United States Code.
GAO http://www.gao.gov/The U.S. General Accounting Office now offers free on-line access to the GAO reports and investigations.
Includes Fraudnet, enabling citizens to report allegations of fraud, waste, abuse or mismanagement of federal funds.
The IG Community consists of the Offices of Inspector General who conduct audits, inspections, and investigations in more than 60 Federal agencies, as well as their peers in state and local government, education, and the private sector. This Web site includes audits, investigations and other reports from the Inspector General offices in many federal agencies, including the departments of Energy, Health and Human Services, Interior and Justice, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
MEDA FINDER http://www.mediafinder.com
Request free information from a searchable database of newsletters, magazines, journals and catalogs. Over 5000 listings in 265 subject categories. Current databases include: The Oxbridge Directory of Newsletters, National Directory of Catalogs and The National Directory of Magazines. Coming soon: The National Directory of Mailing Lists and The Standard Periodical Directory.
31 NEWS http://www.hiwaaynet
Discovery Channel http://www.discovery.com/
USA Today http://web.usatoday.com
MSNBC (Microsoft) http://www.msnbc.com/
List of nearly 100 on-line international newspapers, including Russia, Mexico, Italy, Israel and more.
Searchable index of broadcast and cable TV stations, radio stations and newspapers, with address, phone and other information.
This site has the latest employment report from the University of Michigan
You can find databases on large bank performance on the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s Web site. The FDIC posts quarterly reports on large banks on its web site, including info on bad loans.
Browse the freshest stock market news, market commentary, S&P 500 Index statistics, company research, top stock picks and more, updated throughout the day.
Search for information and data on U.S. and Canadian companies by entering their ticker symbol or company name. Information includes company background, financial overview, stock performance, company news, press releases, a company snapshot and more! Data included on U.S. companies who trade on the following exchanges: NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX, and OTC Bulletin Board,, Data available on Canadian companies who trade on the following exchanges: Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Alberta.
A guide to industry, the Thomas Register of American Manufacturers reports on industrial products and services offered by 150,000 U.S. and Canadian companies in 52,000 categories. The home page provides access to the full Thomas Register database, including company name, location, contact numbers, and company/product line descriptions.
TradeWave Galaxy http://galaxy.einet.net/search.html
Better Business Bureau http://www.bbb.org
Locate Local BBB Offices by Zip Code.
The NetCheck Commerce Bureau is like an on-line Better Business Bureau. NetCheck promotes ethical business practices worldwide and increased consumer and corporate confidence in purchasing products and services on the internet NetCheck allows consumers to electronically file complaints about problems they’ve had with firms that conduct business via the Internet A search form allows you to conduct a search for any companies in NetCheck’s consumer file history.
SEC FILINGS http://www.sec.gov/
SEC searches gives you detailed information on companies that trade their stock on the stock exchange. Full text of documents filed with
the SEC by publicly traded corporations, including the 10K (annual report), proxy statement and other filings.
U.S. PATENT DATABASE http://patents.cnidr.org:4242/
Keyword search, with Boolean operators if desired, the U.S. patents database. Made available by the Library of Congress.
The U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) protects the integrity of the Federal merit systems and the rights of Federal employees working in the systems. The MSPB distributes information in 5 file libraries area on the Federal Bulletin Board. The file areas are: MSPB Decisions, 1996, MSPB Decisions, 1994-1995, MSPB Studies and MSPB Case Summaries, and MSPB News and Information.
The National Center for Disease Control and National Center for Health Statistics provide a myriad of reports and databases on-line, including the Morbidity and Mortality weekly report, birth defects surveillance, data from death investigations, the Hazardous Substance Release/Health Effects, Database (HAZDAT), the HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report, sexually transmitted diseases, etc...
AMA Physician Select http://ama-assn.org/
Searchable database including the physician locator, the hospital locator, the nursing home and long-term care facility locator, the HMO locator, the PPO locator, etc.
4,000 Drugs http://www.rxlist.com/
America’s House Call http://www.housecall.com/
The PharminfoNet, a service of VirSci Corp., maintains a drug database, searchable by generic and proprietary names. For drugs listed, you will find basic information and links to additional articles.
Searchable database of 2000 chemicals Studies by the National Toxicology Program of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, substantial discussions of carcinogenic substances, abstracts of articles about chemicals being studied for toxicity.
Health effects of hazardous substances are tracked by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. This agency offers a searchable database of profiles of about 200 environmental contaminants, giving health effects and other information for the layperson. Also featured is a clickable map leading to locations where hazardous substances exist. The entire site is searchable using keywords and Boolean operators.
Pesticide Information Service, a group of non-governmental agencies collaborating for pesticide reform, present a searchable database of
An information search toot that offers downloadable files on recent environmental and safety standards in the U.S. and abroad. Includes the semi-monthly “Environmental Manager’s Compliance Advisor’ newsletter, Environmental acronyms list, recently issued environmental regulations and proposals, international environmental standards, safety standards, GAO environmental reports, Clean Water Act discharge limits and enforcement, etc...
This site contains updated reports on current forest fires throughout the U.S.,
RTK NET http://rtk.net/
TELNET Link telnet://rtk.net/
RTK NET provides free on-line access to over 100 gigabytes of quantitative databases and numerous text files and conferences on environment, housing and sustainable development Their databases are derived from: US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), US Department of Housing and Urban Development, US Federal Reserve, US Federal Election Commission, US Bureau of the Census and other sources. Currently there are four types of search tools for databases on RTK NET available on the web. Not all of their databases and search tools are accessible via the web. In order to get access to the complete set of databases, telnet rtk.net.
FOI Resources http://spj.org/foia/index.htm
Indispensable list of links to FOI resources - includes free mailing lists, web sites and 800-numbers, books, magazines and other documents. This guide is intended to be a quick reference on the Freedom of Information Act. (Temporarily down in June, 1997, it should be back on-line soon)
Step by step information on how to make productive and cost-effective FOIA requests.
FOIA Info http://www.well.com/user/fap/fedaddr.htm
Over 100 name/address/phone contacts for government agencies that can be petitioned under the Freedom of Information Act.
The Hotel and Motel National Master List application allows travelers and other users to search for hotels and motels that comply with the requirements of the Hotel and Motel Fire Safety Act of 1990, courtesy of the U.S. Fire Administration.
AVIATION MEDICAL EXAMINERS DATABASE
The Aviation Medical Examiners Database contains around 6,000 medical examiners and can be searched using several options, including name, address, city, state, Zip Code, etc,
Search for the name and address of U.S. aircraft owners. Search by individual name, company name, tail number, etc. The http://wwwlandings.com site has access to the “G-Registration” database for U.K. registrations.
The Certified Pilot Database contains around 600,000 pilots and you can specify searches using name, address, city, state, Zip Code, certificate type, etc. The database contains only the pilots that have a current Medical Certificate.
The Federal Aviation Regulations database provides convenient access to most of the FARS. Specify searches using different words in different parts of the FARS. The FARs are retrieved from the FAA whenever regulations are updated.
http://www.rpi.edu/dept/union/raf/public/NTSB_Accident_abstracts Search NTSB Accident Briefs (NTSBS) by date, location, cause, aircraft registration number, carrier, etc..
Search for Service Difficulty Reports (SDR’s) by date, operator code, manufacturer, aircraft serial number, aircraft ‘N” number, type and number of engines, etc. The SDR’s are retrieved from the FAA’s ftp server on a weekly basis.
FAA AVIATION SAFETY DATABASE; ftp://ftp.fedworld.gov/pub/faa-oai/faa-oai.htrn The FAA Aviation Safety Database contains advisory circulars, FAA orders and notices, etc..
AVIATION AIRWORTHINESS ALERTS http://www3.landings.com/cgi-bin/get_file?pass=437870&aaa_links.html
These sites contain the text of the FAA’s General Aviation Airworthiness Alerts. The advisory circulars are published monthly by the FAA Flight Standards Service. Items in the Aviation Airworthiness Alerts publication are selected from Malfunction or Defect Reports submitted by the general aviation public.
For $20.00 you can search for people’s addresses, driving records, or even run a license plate-just like the private investigators.
VOTE SMART WEB http://vote-smart.org/
One-stop shopping center for political information. This service, which links Project Vote Smart’s unique database with other sources found on the Internet, is researcher assisted. Databases include campaign finance summaries, congressional roll call vote samplers, election results, etc...
Click on any state and receive detailed information on congressional races. During elections, Roll Call’s Election Map constantly updates the outlooks for every Senate and House race in the country.
CQ’S CONGRESSIONAL ROLL CALL VOTES http://pathfinder.com/@ @ZLG3lgUAEtlGg*fc/CQ/
Get insider access to Congress and your representatives’ votes with Congressional Quarterly’s “PathFinder”site. This site allows you to search for past Congressional Roll Call Votes by the representatives’ last name, state, Zip Code, voting district, etc
FECinfo is a site being run by a former employee of the Federal Election Commission. This site allows you to search for individuals who have donated to congressional and presidential campaigns, query party and PAC campaign movements, etc. Search techniques include name, occupation, employer, Zip Code, etc
The Internet Non Profit Center provides free, fast and easy access to information on nonprofit organizations, wise giving practices and issues of concern to donors and volunteers. This site has a directory of non-profit organizations, national list of state charity registration offices, and listings of registered non-profits in California, Maryland, Minnesota, New York, Oregon and Washington.
NATURAL DISASTER REFERENCE DATABASE http://itpwww.gsfc.nasa.gov/ndrd-cgi/ndrd
This database is maintained by the Earth Sciences Directorate, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center located in Greenbelt, Maryland, USA, and contains a searchable index of historical natural disasters by subject.
The WWW Speedtrap Registry was started in February 1995 as an effort to reduce the number of speeding tickets resulting from speed traps. You can add ones you know of that are not listed.
Contains biographical information on over 18,000 people from ancient times to the present day. These are the notable men and women who have shaped our world. Information contained in the dictionary includes birth and death years, professions, positions held, literary and artistic works, awards, and other achievements. Fully searchable by keyword, name or expression.
Telnet www.blythe.org (login: namebase)
NameBase includes on-screen annotations for more than 600 sources, arranged by subject category. This is a searchable proper name index only (contains names of individuals, groups, and corporations, but no subject categories)
Index of Commercial Sites http://www.directory.net/
Search or browse over 40, 000 links to businesses on the net.
The Company Corporation http://www.incorporate.com/
Incorporate your business in 48 hours or less.
‘Lectric Law Library http://l18.104.22.168/index.html
Links to thousands of legal references and resources: legal lexicon, OSHA, Business Law, federal and state statutes, divorce, employment and labor info, immigration and tax issues.
Bearak Reports http://bearak.com/selfserv.htm
Tips on how to conduct asset, people, auto registration and other searches, plus info on his investigative services.
Private Investigator’s Mall http://www.pimall.com/
Web mall of private investigators and security resources. Find a PI, or order books and other information to help you become an investigator yourself.
Crime Time Publishing http://www.crimetime.com/menu.html
Hundreds of inside sources for investigative professionals.
The Privacy Pages http://www.2020tech.com/maildrop/privacy.html#invasion Links to over 50 privacy-related sites.
The Spy Department http://www.spydepartment.com/ The place for cool spies!” Selling security, surveillance and counter intelligence equipment
Virtual world of Spies and Intelligence http://www.dreamscape.com/frankvad/spies.html Links to spy shops, “most wanted” info, security/privacy issues, citizen militia, UFOs, crime archives, and more stuff.
Internet detective http://w3.one.netl~alward/find.html Help in finding someone’s e-mail address or web page from name, employment or ISP info.
Reviews and ordering info on internet and spy-related publications.
Spy Stuff http://www.spystuff.com/
A state of the art security products company, selling surveillance equipment, stun guns, recording and tracking equipment, bomb detectors, night vision goggles and more.
Digital Detective Service http://www.shopfree.com/business/enlow/content.html Order spy devices, documents and services on line.
A private Investigator provides tips and techniques on how to track down individuals, obtain forwarding addresses, names behind PO Boxes, etc... and provides a questionnaire if you want him to do a search for you.
23 tell-tale signs of a wayward spouse http://www.shopfree.com/business/enlow/fiteback.msg
Captain Private http://www.2020tech.com/maildrop/captpriv.html Mail forwarding services for privacy, protection, and profit.
Author of several books provides links to resources on internet privacy and government intrusion.
Taxbomber Site http://www.taxbomber.com/
Site dedicated to privacy tools, includes untraceable asset protection (anonymous banking), international press ID cards, privacy news, and more.
Pearl Harbor Casualty list http://www.mit.edu:8001/afs/athena/activity/a/afrotc/www/names A comprehensive list of civilians and military personnel killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941.
Vietnam War Page ftp://ftp.msstate.edu/docs/history/USA/Vietnam/vietnam.html Page with links to information about the Vietnam war.
Vietnam Nat’l Archives ftp:
//ftp.msstate.edu/docs/history/USA/Vietnam/National.Archives/records. A description of records concerning the war that are available to the public.
The Wall on the Web http://grunt.space.swri.edu/thewall/thewallm.htm Listing of names from the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, DC.
Task Force Russia http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/tfquery.html
Attempts to locate Americans thought to have been held in the former Soviet Union, maintained by the Federal Research Division.
Describes how to obtain records with final data on U.S. military personnel who died as a result of hostilities (killed in action, died from wounds, died while missing, or died while captured) or other causes (injury or illness, non-hostile; other non-hostile causes,, died while missing, non-hostile) in Cambodia, Communist China, Laos, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, or Thailand during the conflict in Southeast Asia.
Military Personnel Records -
Other Helpful Sites http://www.nara.gov/nara/frc/mprhelp.html
Links to sites for all branches of armed forces, Veterans organizations, military bases and other groups.
FedWorld Information Network http://www.fedworld.gov/
Mega-source of links to government agencies of all types: legal, tax forms, job listings, databases and more.
GovBot database of Government Web Sites http://www.business.gov/Search_Online.html Searchable database of over 100,000 government web pages.
Home page for the Department of Defense, with links to all branches of the armed forces.
Site allowing download of military-related documents such as Army Area Handbooks, DTIC (Defense Technical Information Center), Intelligence: Information gathering and analysis, The Navy Policy Book, U.S. Naval Academy Library, Uniform Code of Military Justice, and more.
Military Network http://www.military-network.com
Provides free information on government, military and private resources for veterans of the U.S. armed forces, survivors and their families. Also includes veterans’ and survivors’ benefit information; reunions and locator services; retired, reserve and non-commissioned officer groups, worldwide military links,, newsgroups, forums and commercial services. Also help in locating lost buddies and shipmates.
This site contains a searchable active duty personnel database, overseas personnel database, duty losses database, two reserves databases and a military base locator database.
KOREAN WAR PROJECT http://www.onramp.net/~hbarker
Online database tool for Korean War Casualties. Also has an area called Looking For, which allows inquiries for vets to be referenced to a page for units and reunions.
This database has been established to assist researchers interested in investigating the U.S. Government documents pertaining to U.S. military personnel killed, missing, or imprisoned in Southeast Asia during or after the conclusion of American involvement in the Vietnam Conflict. Researchers use this database to identify documents of interest by using search terms such as last names, country names, service branches, keywords, and statements such as “downed over Laos”.
Text of constitutions and legal codes from countries around the world.
Describes in detail the tactics used by political activists. Disclaimer., “This document is not a guide for activists! It is a document for academic interest and reference. It is hoped that a better understanding of the tactics used by direct action activists will come from reading this document.”
Descriptions and photos of fugitive criminals from around the world.
America’s Most Wanted On-Line http://www.amw.com on-line site for the famous TV show. Find out about trends in crime, and learn how to protect yourself against crime.
State of Kentucky Child Support Offenders http://www.state.ky.us/oag/wanted.htm
Fugitive Watch http://www.fugitive.com/
A community-based anti-crime media company, Fugitive Watch publishes photographs and information on dangerous fugitives that are wanted by local law enforcement agencies.
This site provides detailed information about consumers, cross-reference subscription and credit card lists, name, address, etc.. Home of the infamous P-TRAK database.
Remove your name from P-TRAK http://www.lexis-nexis.com/Incc/p-trak/index.html Visit here to request your name be removed from Lexis-Nexis P-TRAK database.
NARA is the government agency responsible for overseeing the management of the records of the federal government Index to government documents, including military records, Atomic Energy Commission, economic reports, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Emergency Management, etc...
Order microfilm of military listings, census records, immigrant and passenger arrivals and more.
GILS identifies and describes information resources throughout the Federal government, and provides assistance in obtaining the information. Great easy search site for government information.
Source for Civilian and Military personnel records for federal workers. The MPR houses military personnel and medical records as well as the dependent medical records of former members of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The CPR stores IRS records, US Postal Money Orders, Treasury Checks as well as the records of local federal agencies within the metropolitan area, in addition to civilian personnel and medical records.
Make phone calls through a third number, so the number called doesn’t appear on your phone bill.
The Poynter Institute for Media Studies ‘ “Hot News / Hot Research “ home page will feature research sources that will help you understand hot news stories, and only list the ones with some useful content.
Online Legal Dictionary http://www.islandnet.com/~wwlia/diction.htm This site give plain English definitions to Legal Terms.
WEST’S LEGAL DIRECTORY http://www.wld.com/
West’s Legal Directory (WLD) is a comprehensive directory of U.S. and Canadian law firms, government offices, corporate law offices and lawyers. Search for attorneys and offices by practice type (private, government, corporate, etc.), name, office name, city, state, county, etc. Provides biographical data on attorneys and lawyers.
Law Journal Extra http://www.ljx.com/
Kuester Law http://www.kuesterlaw.com/index.html
Westlaw Telnet Link telnet://22.214.171.124
Washington Uni. Law Link http://law.wuacc.edu/washlaw/uslaw/statelaw.html
This new site provides a gateway for searching the Martindale-Hubble Law Directory which includes listings for more than 900,000 lawyers and law firms world wide.
Metal Index for Legal Research http://gsulaw.gsu.edu/metaindex/ Good site for Legal Research on the Web.
Most of the US 50 states have substantial web pages with information including name/address/phone of government agencies, listings of child support deadbeats, photos/descriptions of fugitives, access to state Supreme Court records, employment listings, links to other Web resources, etc ..
New Hampshire http://www.state.nh.us/
New Jersey http://www.state. nj. us/
New Mexico http://www.state.nm.us/
New York http://www.state.nyus/
North Carolina http://www.sips.state.nc.us/
North Dakota http://www.state.nd.us/
Rhode Island http://www.state.ri.us/
South Carolina http://www.state.sc.us/
South Dakota http://www.state.sd.us/
Tennessee http://www. state.tn. us/
Utah http://www. state. ut. us/
Virginia http://www.state. va. us/
West Virginia http://www.state.wvus/
Krislyn’s Business Sites http://krislyn.iserver.com/sites/search.htm List of search engines, people finders and other resources.
SavvySearch http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~dreiling/smartform.html MetaCrawler http://metacrawler.cs.washington.edu:8080/ Ahoy! (search for personal home pages) http://ahoy.cs.washington.edu:6060 U.S. ISPs http://www.boardwatch.com/isp/usisp.htm Clickable map of US Internet Service Providers. Find out where to get Internet access in your area.
Find it! http://www.iTools.com/find-it/
Find people, software or information through this multiple-search engine.
Research it! http://wwwiToois.com/research-it/
Look up phone numbers, addresses, stock quotes, language translation, rhymes, package tracking, and more in this indispensable tool
USA Search http://www.futureone.com/~john/search.html (also at) http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/3579/search.html List of over 300 links to Internet search engines.
Anonymous Remailer Signup http://www.edtec.com/anon.html
Send and receive messages with others, or post articles to newsgroups, without others being able to discover your TRUE email address.
Your email address will never change again! You can change jobs, switch service providers, or change your user ID without affecting your electronic mail address. Same service provided for Web addresses. Free.
Internet Service Provider list http://www.cnet.com/Content/Reviews/Compare/ISP/area.html. CNET maintains this list of ISP’s, searchable by state or ISP name.
Every 15 seconds this web page produces a list of what the general public at large is searching for.
Cover your tracks http://www.iproxy.com
Think somebody is watching you? You can begin your browsing from this site which is a free service that cloaks your network address from other servers’ cookie counters and access files.
To convert any phone number into an easy to remember word try this site. It can even convert numbers in foreign languages.