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Lightsaber Vigils Held For Carrie Fisher (Videos)
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Carrie Fisher Lightsaber Vigil

After the devastating news that Star Wars star Carrie Fisher, who played Princess Leia in the movies, had passed away, fans have been paying tribute in a number of ways.

One such tribute is not a candlelight vigil, but more fittingly a lightsaber vigil to honor their fallen princess. Lightsaber vigils have been organized in multiple locations, including Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, CA; the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX; and Chattanooga, TN.

Below you can find videos of these various gatherings.

Videos

DOWNTOWN DISNEY

ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE

CHATTANOOGA

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  • Munchack

    The Return of the Star Wars Dorks in this public spectacle about making Carrie Fisher’s all about themselves is truly tasteless and embarrassing.

    At least websites like Mickey-Leaks is finally saying that because someone had to.

  • joney

    Its really nice kind of article.

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