#RIPAllison: 'Wolf' fans howl in grief on memorial site

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  • MTV creates a memorial site for a character who died on the show 'Teen Wolf'
  • The site is place for fans to collectively mourn and share memories of the character
#RIPAllison: 'Wolf' fans howl in grief on memorial site

Fans of Allison Argent have gathered online at her memorial website to pay their respects. Argent died Monday night -- in an episode of MTV's "Teen Wolf." 

Yes, Allison Argent is fictional. MTV has launched a memorial site for the character played by Crystal Reed.

On the site, fans can watch a video of Argent's final moments (aka the end of Monday's episode), write their own eulogies and hear cast stories about Reed and her character Allison.

"This is the first network to launch a website that pays tribute and honors the passing of a fictional television character," states an MTV press release.

The show's creator, Jeff Davis, has been hinting for a while that a main character would die soon. And it finally happened in this season's penultimate episode.

Judging by comments left on the website, fans are upset and looking to vent. 

"Genuinely feel like I've lost something WAY more important than a TV character and Allison was one of the best. TEARS OF PAIN. #RIPAllison," wrote Laura S on the site.

"It hurts to see you go, but we can't stop you from going. We love you but GOD loves you most. R.I.P," wrote Thomas U.

"I can't handle this. I'm crying so much. Allison you will be forever loved. You touched so many people with your smartness, bravery and wittiness. Gone too soon. #RIPAllison" wrote Brea M.

Iskra N. wrote, "#RIPAllison Farewell, Ally, you will be greatly missed. Favorite, inspiration, idol. Rest in peace, Argent angel. @MTVteenwolf"

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