Jana Trest (UN-D-629)
Finally only after appealing directly to Prime Minister Salisbury, was he granted a clearance from the British Government to seek her out.
19th century Edinburgh was a busy and over populated city. With millions living in overcrowded and squalid conditions, in which the vampyre nest of the "Immortal Sons" found it easy for their murderous activities to go largely unnoticed. The high turnover of visitors to the great city meant that travellers would arrive but never leave - and no one noticed.
Trest, already a much respected and successful nest leader in her home country of Romania, knew how best to avoid detection.
She had learned that success was best achieved quietly and without drama. Simple tricks of duplicating current crime patterns and leaving false evidence after the feed meant that many crimes were attributed wrongly.