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Please help me to understand this sentence:

Today fans [of Freddie Mercury] continue to visit to pay their respects with messages in letters appearing on the walls.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddie_Mercury

What I understand is: Fans of Freddie Mercury continue to visit his house and even after his death, they still write their messages on his home's wall to tribute him.

Is this correct?

PS: Sorry if the thread's title is not understandable.

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Yes, you are correct.

Quoting from your source:

The outer walls of Garden Lodge in 1 Logan Place became a shrine to Mercury following his death, with mourners paying tribute by covering the walls in graffiti messages.Three years after his death, Time Out magazine reported, "Since Freddie's death, the wall outside the house has become London's biggest rock 'n' roll shrine." Today fans continue to visit to pay their respects with messages in letters appearing on the walls.

The last line implies: Fans write their messages in letters which they put up on the walls of the house, as a tribute to Freddie Mercury.

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