People in Indiana are buying a disproportionate amount of human blood according to a new study.

To be clear, this study does not show what people in the state buys the most of.  Using a combination of data from the U.S. Trade Census and FlexPort, Zippia is showing what people in each state are buying a disproportionate amount of compared to the rest of the United States.

This study says that this represents what residents of each state purchases.  That's right.  People in Indiana are buying a disturbing amount of human blood.  Not blood banks, hospitals or the government...but Indiana residents.  Where Ohio residents are buying an odd number of telescopic shaft umbrellas and Michiganders are purchasing a butt load of seats, Hoosiers bleed red.

To be honest, I didn't know it was legal for an every day person to purchase human blood.  Nor do I understand why.  So, I did some research and found...almost nothing.

The one thing I did find is a story that claims that 5,000 vampires live in the U.S. and they drink donors' blood for energy.  The New York Daily News didn't mention Indiana specifically.  However, they did mention feeding methods,

Each vampire has his or her way of "feeding" on blood, Browning said. Their donors — people who allow a vampire to collect their blood and drink it — are often close friends who give up their plasma pro-bono. Other times, vampires pay their givers or reward them with sexual favors.

I can't stress enough, that I can't find any info on how to buy human blood.  I did a search on Craigslist and was surprised to get zero results.  After that Craigslist search I do expect the FBI to show up at my office today.

I guess it could be worse.  We could live in New Mexico.  Apparently, they love buying nuclear reactors over there.

2020, go home.  You're drunk.

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