5 Easy Ways to Tell If Someone Is Secretly Watching You Through a Two-Way Mirror

Torso of a fit woman undressing the jeans and looking in the mirror

Have you ever been in a hotel room, dressing room, or public bathroom and while looking into or changing in the mirror felt as if someone was watching you?

You’d be surprised to know that there are only 13 states within the US where it’s illegal to have security cameras or two way mirrors installed in private places.

If you live in California, Georgia, Hawaii, Delaware, Kansas, Utah, Minnesota, Maine, Michigan, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Arkansas or Alabama, you’re less likely to become a victim of a peeping Tom.

However, it seems instances of two way mirrors being installed in public places is on the rise. And it’s almost impossible to tell the difference between a two way and one way mirror by just looking at it.

So, how can you determine what kind of mirror you’re looking into? Just use these five easy steps.

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