Fans Are Turning Robin Williams Landmarks into Impromptu Memorials

TIME

To pay tribute to a fallen star, fans across the country are turning Robin Williams-related landmarks into makeshift memorials. Here are just some of the memorials springing up across the country to the actor, who died Monday at 63.

Good Will Hunting Bench — Boston, Mass.

Upon hearing of the actor’s apparent suicide, Nicholas Rabchenuk and his girlfriend decided to walk to the Boston Public Garden bench Williams sat on, giving Matt Damon advice, in Good Will Hunting. Saddened to find it empty, Rabchenuk told The Hollywood Reporter that he and his girlfriend went to buy flowers and chalk to write down some of Williams’ immortalized lines.

“I hope it catches on,” Rabchenuk said. Or as Williams said in Good Will Hunting, “Your move chief.”

Mork and Mindy House — Boulder, Colo.

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