Quick question for my vamp friends….

Here’s one for you……what with recycling being the ‘in’ topic of the last few years, how green are vampires?

What I mean is, what do they do with the bodies once they have had their fill? Do they donate them to medical research? Leave them to litter the streets? (my guess is no on this one, since their doesn’t appear to be many references in history to bodied being found drained of blood) or do they have an alternate method of disposal? What say you?

Research for my book of course. 😉

Saffy. xx

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2 comments on “Quick question for my vamp friends….
  1. Amber Hunter says:

    Green’s got nothing to do with it. It’s all about stashing the bodies to avoid attracting attention to themselves.

    Maybe the vampire copycats human serial killers, disguising his discarded prey in open sight. Or maybe vampires are responsible for the many unsolved “missing persons” cases… leaving the victims in secluded locations where they’re unlikely to be found before the bodies decompose, concealing the actual cause of death. Ewww… or maybe “soylent green” really is people. Or dog food, cat food, etc. Or you could get really gross with it and have your vampires do like some human serial killers do… surround themselves with the victims. What would such a nest look like? Or maybe the vampire is living among us, operating a mortuary… And doubles up on the bodies that are cremated sometimes. Who’d notice a little extra ash in the urn anyway?

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