I've gotten this idea from a couple of dreams I've had recently, where it's one continuous scenario and the same people over and over.
I wrote down what I could remember after the second night, and I really
want to do something with it. The problem is, I don't know what
There's a "family" of three or four vampires. Two children, about 8 and 10 (one girl and one boy), one older woman (about late teens), and a man of indeterminate age. They, for some reason, live in either a tourbus or an RV, with darkened windows, permanently pulled shades, and the like. It's set in a place that seems like Anywhereville, USA, possibly on the West Coast. They all have pale skin and unusually dark hair. Everyone's eyes are different shades of brown. For some reason, they don't need to drink blood of any kind, but they don't have any food or drink (nor, apparently, do they need it) at all. The sun doesn't kill them, but they rarely leave their dwelling, or allow sunlight inside (perhaps they're just photosensitive, like the children in The Others.) Artifical light (like from a TV) is apparently fine. Crosses, silver, and other stereotypical anti-vampire methods have no effect on them whatsoever (which makes me wonder why the "vampire" label sticks so strongly to these people in my mind.)
The son likes videogames and watching sports on the tv, the daughter is a quiet girl who doesn't like to be drawn out of her inner self. She will draw things that don't seem to make sense, but follow some kind of internal logic. She rarely talks. The woman appears to be the main protector and decision-maker, especially for when they should bolt. The man hangs back, his role unknown.
I have no clue about names, and in the dream, they didn't address each other by name once.
They do occasionally go to outside events, to enjoy a feeling of normality, but they must wear sunglasses, and limit their time wherever they are. Seperation for any but a short period of time from each other is impressed to have uncertain but very dire consequences (physically, I mean). They act as if they're running from something, but they don't know what it is. Only that the need to stay ahead of an unknown is pressing them on. This little group is very protective of each other, and will very rarely allow a normal person in. When they do, it seems to be for the purpose of guarding the children.