Badcopnews.com – The pilgrims crowded the tomb of Eurydice Dixon today. Pastors, fellow comedians, and members of the Red Cross gathered at Princes Park Melbourne, where the killings took place.
Reported Fox News, Monday (6/18/2018), They leave flowers and various notes that ask for the perpetrator in law weighing.
“I’m so sorry that this happened to you,” one message read. “I’ll never forget your name, Eurydice.” fill in one of the notes.
As is known, Eurydice Dixon was killed after being raped by the suspect on Wednesday morning when he returned from the show.
Some female comedians express fear for their safety.
“Women comics often travel alone late at night, that’s part of our work,” said comedian Rose Callaghan. “I’m very sad and I feel scared and we do not have to bear this burden.”