People are paying their respects at the vacant house in Evansville where Aleah Beckerle was found.
Still draped in crime scene tape, the house is becoming a makeshift memorial as well.
Balloons and teddy bears are growing at the house on South Bedford.
The block has been busy Wednesday afternoon with passersby dropping off mementos.
Neighbors said there's a candlelight vigil planned Wednesday night.
They say it's a hard pill to swallow knowing Aleah's body was right next door.
Police are still guarding the scene but they are allowing people to drop balloons on the front steps.
Neighbors said they're frustrated that the house is vacant with two others nearby.
They wonder if this story could have ended differently.
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