The streets literally ran red in the Indonesian village of Jenggot on Saturday, February 6, 2021. The village is located south of Pekalongan city in Central Java. It was there that flood waters supposedly swept red dye from a Batik factory down to Jenggot. The factory utilizes ink resistant wax on cloth to dictate dye patterns. We now know that the crimson flooding was in fact from a vampire blood harvesting center. All over the world, the immortal bloodsuckers of the night have secret locations where hypnotized humans have their blood taken against their will. Upon release, they feel very weak but remember nothing due to the vampire’s hypnotic suggestions. Those with some immunity to hypnosis often end up thinking they were abducted by aliens. Vampires take this more humane non-lethal route for their own selfish ends. If too many deaths’ occurred then human governments would investigate and eventually take action!🧛♀️
These blood harvesting operations are often funded by royal vampires with wine-like cellars of vintage blood from various ethnicities and antigen types. In some cases, supernatural creatures are kidnapped and drained of blood as well. When possible these nefarious organizations are set up near businesses that utilize red dye. Especially in regions where flooding is common. This allows any blood released to be explained away as an industrial accident rather than something very sinister and supernatural. The governments of the world are well aware of what the vampires are doing but allow it so as long as they aren’t committing the mass murder of their citizens! Naturally, they aid in the cover-up by pushing the less alarming narrative to the media for the sake of preventing public panic. Any attempt to chemically test the sanguine flood waters is quickly halted by the government as well.
This particular Pekalongan blood center is rumored to be directly operated by First Generation Transylvanian Royal Vampires. Plausibly King Dagan and Queen Gula themselves would have drunk this blood within their castle in Diavol City, Transylvania. It’s not uncommon for these warehouse operations to collect blood, bottle it in vacuum-sealed containers, and then export it to the upper crust of vampire society. All under the watchful eye of deeply deadly Vampire Knights who live to serve their royal sires. For now, this despicable harvesting factory is closed for fear of mass exposure. Vampire Slayers often look upon red dye factories with a wary eye while searching for the signs of vampire activity. Think about that if you happen to live near a dye factory or business that uses dye in their manufacturing processes!🩸