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Woman discovers husband of 64 years had led double life as a spy after his deathA woman only discovered her family man husband had led a secret double life as a spy after his death. Audrey Phillips, 85, was married to Glyn for 64 years but was unaware he had been working for the British Intelligence Force since he was 13. It was only after he died in 2015 that she was clearing his paperwork and found documents which revea

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e truth about the work he was doing throughout the 40s, 50s and 60s - after they married. Audrey knew Glyn as a family man and civil engineer who loved to play for his local football team. The couple had two children, five gran

dchildren and three great-grandchildren. But paperwork showed he became a spy when he was pulled out of school in 1944 because he had a photographic memory and began to work for Operation XX. Glyn and Audrey in the 1980s (Image: Audrey Phillips SWNS) Glyn as a young boy (second

from left) with his father and brothers (Image: Audrey Phillips SWNS) Read MoreRelated ArticlesSergei Skripal speaks for the first time since Novichok assassinatio

n attempt The op was an MI5 counter-espionage project which saw Nazi agents in Britain used by the British to broadcast misinformation back to their controllers in Germany. Gylns papers revealed as a kid he was trained to crawl through concrete pipes

into prisons - to talk to German POWs - then crawl back out. Papers showed Glyn was recruited by a British Intelligence Force captain. The couple pictured together in the 1990s (Image: Audrey Phillips SWNS) But even after the war finished, Glyns secret mission days were not over, as the Captain continued to appear through his adult life - even after he was married to Audrey. Audrey, of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, said she was astonished to read Glyns clandestine life story in 2017, after he died from Parkinsons in January 2015, aged 83. The retired Home Economics teacher has now published Glyns life story into a book, titled Operation XX And Me: Did I Have A Choice?. She found his life story that he had written (Image: Audrey Phillips SWNS) Read MoreRelated ArticlesVladimir Putin’s glamorous secret partner Alina Kabeva gives birth to twins She said: I was completely oblivious. I have so many questions now that will probably never get answered. Why did I not know? I never noticed any time that he was away for a long period, as he used to work away from home quite a lot. He wrote in his story that one of his missions was in a place called Portwrinkle in Cornwall. I couldnt believe it when I read that. I didnt even know where Portwrinkle was. I had to look it up, Audrey said. Glyns story tells how the only person who ever knew of his involvement with the British Intelligence Force was his father, who was approached by the Captain for permission. Audrey said: He kept the pape

rs in a drawer at home, and occasionally would get them out to top up his writing, but he never invited me to read them, so I never did. It took me three years after he died to read them - and I was absolutely astonished, Audrey added. He had been working for the Britis

h Intelligence Force since he was 13 (Image: Audrey Phillips SWNS) One of the reasons he was selected was because he had photographic memory (Image: Audrey Phillips SWNS) In his story, Glyn recalls that the British Intelligence Captain - whom he only refers to as the Captain - recruited him as one of 20 young boys from around the country. They

were looking for someone who was interested in horses, small for his age, and had a photographic memory, Audrey said. An amazed young Glyn recalled in his writing: An hour later, to my astonishment, he seems to know more about my past than me. Glyn was made to attend the gym two afternoons a week, where he learnt self-defence, and was made to crawl through a concrete pipe, fifteen feet by eighteen inches. His task was to crawl through the pipe and then make his way back out - backwards. The retired Home Economics teacher has now published Glyns life story into a book (Image: Tom Wren SWNS) He soon after learnt that this was in preparation to pass messages through a similar pipe to prisoners that the Intelligence Force was supposed to rescue from a country house. The elusive character appeared three more times during Glyns adu

lt life, each time with another mission for him - and each time, Glyn recalls asking him: Do I have a choice?. On one occasion, when Glyn was 18 or 19 years old, he even got paid 20 by The Captain for helping to capture two spies - the equivalent of two weeks wages at the time. Audrey said: It has made me wonder, did he get paid for any other jobs? And if so, where did it go? She also recalls another occasion when officers showed up at their house, and Glyn began shouting at them and pushed her into another room. Operation XX And Me: Did I Have A Choice? is out now (Image: Tom Wren SWNS) Audrey added that her stomach churned a bit

when she read the context to Glyns odd behaviour

that night - including the Captain securing him a police apology. And when he wrote about a later job in Portwrinkle, Cornwall - a place that Audrey was shocked to discover he had been to - Glyn even admits asking the Captain: What do I tell the wife? He writes in his story: I look back now and think about what sort of life she must have had and how she put up with me. Audrey said: I dont think he was a particularly private man, usually - but I suppose he compartmentalised things. I wish I could ask him, Why didnt I know?, she added. Glyns book, Operation XX And Me: Did I Have A Choice?, is out now on Amazon for 6.99. Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineSnow causes treacherous conditionsBritain to rescue trapped UK citizensMiracle tot saved despite heart stoppingKobe helicopter given special clearance