How can I follow him when he leaves???

By Flyss. May 22nd, 2010

I’m staking out the office building where the Bounty Hunter is staying at, but I don’t know how I’m going to follow him when he leaves. It’s not that I’m afraid to follow him — with or without any extra protection, regardless of what Glenn thinks — but I know he’ll catch me at it. He’s too good.  But what can I do to keep on him when he leaves??? I don’t want to lose him again!!

Stephen, if they did implant a tracking chip in him during that brief “kidnapping,” can I tap in to it? Strattera, do you have any idea why someone in his position would want to live for weeks in an office building rather than, say, a hotel? Is there some practical advantage?  Here’s another view of what it looks like:

Immortal Hunter

Kate, do you have any insight as to what might be going through his head? I’m just desperate not to lose him again, now that I’ve found him. –Flyss

(For new readers, the “Bounty Hunter” isn’t an immortal himself, but he’s someone who tracks immortals, both the totally immortal kind and also Hafeems. We know for a fact that he was trailing the Aussie for awhile, but he seems to have taken a break from that. Still, he’s one of the few “on the ground” leads we have at the moment.)


  1. Strattera says:

    I can think of a number of advantages to living in the basement of an office building for someone who doesn’t want to be bothered. Some of those basement rooms are like fortresses. But I had another thought, too. I recognize the building, as it happens, and considering where it is, he’s set up to disappear off anywhere he pleases.

  2. Stephen says:

    Thanks for not mentioning where the building is, Strattera. Flyss, a chip implanted in a person would have to hoard its energy, and only transmit very occasionally. It wouldn’t be easy to tap into at all, even if you did manage to catch a transmission. But can’t we just follow him the way we did before? He’s still using credit cards under his own name.

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