The town of Skiatook gathered together Thursday night to honor the lives of two people killed on Monday.
Larisa Fraley and her great-grandmother, Esther Driskell, were both found dead and now Fraley's half-brother, Michael Devin Stanley, is being held without bail in connection to their deaths.
Sara Herzler was a friend of Fraley and still remembers where she was when she heard the horrible news.
"I was at school, and at first I didn't want to believe it and then I saw everything on the news," said Herzler.
According to Skiatook police, Fraley's great-grandmother, Esther Driskell, was found stabbed to death in her home Monday night.
Then early Tuesday, Osage County deputies discovered Fraley's body in a van south of the Skiatook dam.
For her friends and classmates, the pain is almost too much.
"Honestly right now, I don't know what to feel. It's just really hard," Herzler said.
"It is very shocking and it's one of those things that you never anticipate. I don't think anywhere you live but particularly in Skiatook," said Pastor Jim Stratton.
Following Thursday's prayer vigil, students released green and blue balloons into the sky.