One of the true joys of Cold War research is the re-discovery of bizarre tidbits of information or strange images from the era. These long forgotten "secrets" are usually found, among other places, in old government pamphlets, books, news clippings or in musty file cabinets at the National Archives. Over the years CONELRAD has been busy unearthing these buried treasures, washing them off, and generally preparing them for display. We hereby present a selection of these historically significant finds for your edification and/or amusement. We will be adding exciting new entries... forever.
THE PRESIDENT'S VOICE IS MISSING: A special Atomic Secret presented in honor of the 25th anniversary of the premiere broadcast of the 1983 end-of-the-world TV-movie, THE DAY AFTER. 
ATOMIC TATTOO: One of the stranger civil defense measures resorted to during the early Cold War. 
ATOMIC BREAKFAST CLUB: 17-year-old Joan Baez thinks her Palo Alto High School air raid drill is 'unrealistic.'