By the way they drove or rode back and forth, we could spot the "spotters."
I left on the six o'clock train, after throwing the spotters off.
The Navy used these balloons as spotters for submarines and mines.
There were no “spotters” on coaching lines as on street railways.
I countered on him, and saw instantly that the Whipple end of the crowd hadn't known of Dykeman's spotters and trailers.
There was, in the first place, the difficulty of getting away from the hotel, which was being watched by the "spotters."
I looked around to see if there were any "spotters," detectives, or secret service men on the train.
Spotters were everywhere—fly cops and bulls—and they gave me a run for my money.
Often, being strangers, the landseekers did not know that these "spotters" were not land agents.
Just how he had contrived to dodge Hatch's spotters, who were doubtless keeping cases on him, did not appear.