Orlando, Florida - It's been a circus-like atmosphere in the neighborhood of Cindy and George Anthony. People are also gathering nearby at a makeshift memorial where Caylee's remains were found.
Through the flickering light of a candle, memorials reading "Justice for Caylee" show many people's sentiment and, one by one, families continue to come.
Tamara Sanchez says, "I brought my kids and we brought teddy bears."
After three years of watching Casey Anthony on TV, parents still struggle with ways to try to explain to their kids what happened now that there's a not guilty verdict.
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Sanchez adds, "It's been emotional for them but they know she's with God now."
Emotions have a way of coming out in ways you just don't expect too. Maxine Weaver of Tampa has been passing around a picture she took on her cell phone. She believes it's an angel.
She says, "I was real sad. Then when I saw the angel, it just touched my heart."
Colleen Zimmerman says, "It's just a tragic event. It's just something that they can kind of relate to because they're young."
Some families come to pray for the Anthony's. Carolyn Bissonette says, "Prayer that the truth will be known and that justice for little Caylee will be achieved."
Another woman adds, "I hope that this just comes to an end very soon so that she can just rest in peace."
But peace may be hard to come by, especially for Cindy and George Anthony, who returned to their home after the verdict only to see crowds of people lining the streets.
Some people were holding sings showing they do not feel justice was done. One woman says, "I just can't believe it. Only count she was found guilty on way lying to law enforcement. I mean 31 days your child is missing and you don't report it?"
Mark Lippman is the attorney for the Anthony family and says his clients lives could be at risk. He's says, "We received death threats today."
Tuesday dozens of patrol cars were lining the streets and you can no longer even park along the road in front of the Anthony's home.
Deputies remain on crowd control, riding ATVs and manning helicopters in the sky, while other deputies are on horseback not only trying to keep the peace, but guarding the Anthony house too.
Lippman adds, "At this point, my clients all need to start rebuilding their lives and they can never be private citizens. They have distinctive features...and you can see them in a crowd."