Tuesday, November 16, 2010

And now to hide the body...

Returned from a research trip to Seattle. Brought the kids so I decided to get their input on where to hide a body in my next book.

Their ideas:

Between the rows of an abandoned movie theatre =>





<= The traditional weed choked ditch.






And my personal favorite.
The taco bus =>



How about you? Any personal preferences for hiding a body?

8 comments:

Dru said...

in plain sight

stuffed inside the couch cushions

Wendy Roberts said...

Dru, I love that your mind is as warped as my own lol :)

Tori Lennox said...

I haven't actually hidden my bodies yet. They're pretty much out in the open. :)

B.E. Sanderson said...

It depends on how long you need the body hidden. I love the abandoned movie theatre idea. I also thought about between the headstones at a cemetery - one where the graves are so old no one ever goes to visit.

wend said...

As I live in the English countryside I would use the traditional pigsty method for handy diposal. Alternatively, I've heard a teenager's bedroom can be relied upon to both hide and mask the smell of a rotting corpse...
other WR

donnab said...

I live in a 100yr old farm house and there is a tunnel in the basement of my house that connects to a basement in the garage. I think that would be a good spot to hide a body. I mean how many garages have basements much less a tunnel? Hope this helps.

Anonymous said...

I like the taco truck but I have to agree with Wend on the teenager's room.
I'm just glad to hear we'll get another installment of Sadie's story. It's a really great series!!
-bilottashii

Boston said...

Pig farm - pretty thorough way to disappear a body. Nought much but teeth left when they're done.