Yes in fact Paranormal Archaeologists have found vampires frozen in Arctic, and Antarctic glaciers. These vampires may have been caught in a particularly violent widespread storm, or fell into a rapidly freezing body of water. When Cryptozoologists thawed out the subjects in the lab they sprung back to life. Experiments on other vampires placed willing subjects in cryo-chambers. They were immersed in−346 °F liquid nitrogen, and frozen for one week before being thawed out. They awoke from their cool slumber, and were perfectly fine after an hour on average. The same results occurred when vampires were immersed in liquid helium which is at −452°F. It’s safe to assume they could survive being frozen at Absolute Zero which is −459.67°F. Naturally they didn’t drown in the liquid nor was their flesh permanently destroyed.
Since conventional science can only super cool things via such liquids we sought to super cool a vacuum chamber. Mystic Investigations very own Cryptozoologist Ashley Abercrombie utilized our very own vampire Drake Alexander as a test subject. Our resident witch Rebecca Abernathy got in contact with a level 9 Wizard named Herbert Johnson whose advanced Cryokinetic powers can slow down atoms to absolute zero. Drake entered the chamber, and all the air was sucked out. Since vampires don’t breath he had no health issues. The Wizard Herbert then slowed the atoms down in Drakes body. A digital thermometer in Drake’s mouth recorded the temperature. Like all vampires Drake started out at the temperature of the room which was 72°F. Drake also was running on a treadmill to see how his physical prowess was effected by the cold. There was no noticeable effect until his body temperature reached -254°F when he indicated he finally felt cold. By -289°F, closing in on the freezing point of oxygen, he was no longer able to run, and felt pain. He refused to stop the experiment, and wanted to go all the way to absolute zero. At -313°F he collapsed, and lost consciousness. At -369°F Drake’s skin turned a dull gray color. Herbert stopped all atomic movement within Drake’s body, and his temperature was recorded as −459.67°F on the dot. He was left at that temperature for one minute before Herbert sped up his atoms again. Drake regained consciousness when the temperature was returned to -246°F. His normal skin color returned, and he indicated he felt perfectly fine.
So if freeze rays are developed in the future they could indeed be a tool to incapacitate a vampire without killing it.
We’d like to thank daring Drake Alexander and the wondrous Wizard Herbert Johnson for their part in this experiment.