Chelsea Luck remembers the time her best friend broke her fan. "She broke is with her head and feet. I don't know how she did it, but it makes these knocking noises," said Chelsea.
They have been friends for nine years. "It's going to be hard for along time. I will have to get used to her not being there," said Chelsea.
Lindsay was a free spirit. She wrote poems and she was just learning how to play the guitar. "What did you enjoy doing together?" we asked. "We picked out random songs. We were goofy and would make up dances. We had a lot of fun," said Chelsea.
Diana Karr has known Lindsay since she was 6-years-old. A long-time family friend, she remembers Lindsay as a girl who had many friends. "She wanted them all to be happy and the world to be great. She loved children. She would do anything for anybody," said Diana.
Diana says it has been a dismal day at Frenship school district. That's where Lindsay's mother found out her daughter was gone. "We're praying for the family," said John Thomas, Frenship School District Superintendent.
Chelsea was told by Lindsay's brother. "I cried from 8:30 am until 11 or so," she recalled.
Funeral services will be held at the Indiana Baptist Church at 10:30 Thursday morning.