Brownish, reddish stains and patterns on a hotel drape in DC, submitted by a frequent business traveler in town for meetings.
Just a tiny amount of blood or maybe even a scab, in a hotel bathtub in Louisiana, disintegrating down to little comet trails of dried plasma. It’s minute but do you want that in the tub when you run a bath after a long day?
There’s some stuff that can be missed, but to change the linens and replace a pillow case with one from a nose-bleeding hemophiliac is kind of amazing. From a hotel adjacent to a nightclub on New Years Eve 2015.
Just like in “Silence Of The Lambs”, I’ve dispatched a housekeeper to the floor above mine to put a bullet in his leg to see if he’s alive. At an O’Hare property.
A couple of bloody fingerprints on a mattress at a Sandman Hotel in Canada.
Some apparently fresh blood dripping over the edge of a nightstand at a small town chain hotel in the Midwest.
From a traveler with his family checking out colleges in Massachusetts: “My wife and I checked into our room first and our daughter went to the bathroom and I heard a loud ‘EWWW!’ and went to see what was up. My phone had a hard time focusing on water but[…]
On a Holiday Inn comforter, which again raises the question, how could you miss this if you were a housekeeper?
That’s the problem with chainsaw murders: the stuff gets everywhere. From a horrified flight attendant on a layover.
It must take a unique and special person to wipe a long snail trail of bloody snot on the wall of their hotel shower.