"Why would some sick person do this?" That is the question many have wondered after what was seen in largest mass shooting in US History. 12 people killed and 59 injured. Many would think additional security is needed after an incident like this but some disagree.
"No. You wouldn't put it in churches, shopping malls, anywhere...there's no more reason to put it on a theatre," said Marta Chilton, visitor.
Officials at the Kearney 8 Cinema are agreeing with the majority.
"You can do what you can do...but you can't live in fear," said Bobby Wilson, operations manager at Kearney 8 Cinema.
However, they are planning to take extra steps with internal personnel after yesterday's tragedy.
"We'll watch people, we really will. Times are getting hard now. We have stepped up our security, and be more observant," said Wilson.
Kearney 8 Cinema supervisors will also begin to increase the number of security rounds they complete during their shifts. They do not have intentions to hire extra security personnel. Therefore, boosting the number of rounds they complete will be the first, and possible last, step they put into action.
"I think our security will be the same as always. We've always been very secure. We will be more observant. I don't expect to make many changes, but we will be in the auditoriums more," said Wilson.
Along with staff at the theatre, many locals believe that the responsibility of increasing security shouldn't fall all onto the shoulders of the facility. They agree, in today's world, we should be the ones to say lights, camera, action.
"If you see a suspicious thing, call it out as a you see it. Call the police or something," said Tomas Hernandez, visitor.
"If a customer see something suspicious...first thing, come and let us know so we can check it out," said Wilson.