His wife, KEITH Flint's wife, accompanied hundreds of Prodigy's supporters as they built “the roof” to send away the music today.
This man's funeral is taking place this evening – with fans climbing in the streets of Essex after traveling from across Europe to say goodbye.
Mourners have come into Braintree to honor and acknowledge the name given to his fellow students from Flint.
They have dressed in colors and bright uniforms similar to those the opponent would provide him with while he was hosting many fans.
Fans have waned from as far as Australia, America, and across Europe to be among the hundreds as they say poignantly.
Earlier Prodigy: "Line-up fans are invited to submit the entry, starting at 3pm in Braintree, Essex on Friday 29 March, to pay their last remarks. T Build a roof for Keef!
“To apply for flowers or virtues, these should be sent to St Mary's Church at Buckie, no later than 2pm on Friday.
“The church service is just for families and close friends, but speakers give the service outwith the church so that everyone can hear. "
It was said that the trains going to Braintree were standing just as supporters would have to travel to pay respect – dressed in the branded The Prodigy's clothes and going to the t songs they hit.
The legendary singer was found dead in his home in Essex on March 4 at the age of 49.
Araks Azarian, 36, a Australian outlaw on the morning of the funeral, said she had made the trip as: “I've been doing that for years, to see the boys, and here's the opportunity for I must do it. "
Dennis Kuhne, 40, who flew from Germany, said he wanted to say "Keith's blessing".
Funerals to the public will be private but supporters hoping to hear the service will be able to listen to speakers outside the Church of Scotland.
Some schools in the area have said they will close early so that parents are not caught in waking, as a high number of mourners are expected.
The procession from Courtauld Road in Braintree will begin, near the roundabout on Railway Street and Coggeshall Road.
The Essex Police said that the area's roads would be kept open and a warning was given as they expected to have a “high number of receptions”.
The exterior of the historic building has begun to be opened out, with the Retreat pub open to mourners.
Men with a Hawaiian shirt will be mixed with razors sitting in boiler suits in the sunny street, with the band beat the air with flags flying up to the stars.
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Fans sat on the green outside the 15th century church with good travelers from as far afield as Prague and the Netherlands.
Marie Lelicova, 25, from the Czech Republic joined the service and was covered in a flag.
The student said: "I've never met Keith, but here's whether I get the chance to tell him that I love him.
"It's funny when I first saw the breath for Breath and I was scared of Keith and my mother told him he wasn't worried he was just a beautiful actor.
"As I grew older I started to listen to them and enjoy their music. For others the service was much more personal."
Louisa Di Marco, 44, who was using dance with Flint before the Prodigy discovered a tremendous success, said: "I was using dance with them professionally in the 1990s.
“I knew it and I am going to miss it, it was just one of the ones I ever met, it was lovely. T
"I'll miss coffee with him. When I went out of sight to have a baby, it was the only person that kept up with him."
Flowers of thousands of miles away sit outside St Mary's Church.
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And flower tones and emotional messages were left outside the church – with many fans thanking Flint for the effect his music had on them.
Gemma Duncan, a former activist, said to Essex Live: "I've been a fan since I was about 15 years old, I am now 38 and so it has been for a while.
“It was amazing, amazing and fascinating, I never heard anything like this before and I had nothing at all. I left a small card for my family.
“He will never die. I think when amazing myths do things they don't die, they will always live. '
An issue earlier this month heard that Flint had died by hanging.
His musician, Liam Howlett, wrote in an Instagram interview earlier that Flint had devoted his own life to it.
The award-winning British-born electronic singer grew in the 1990s and was famed for blows like Firestarter and Breathe.
Fans have promised to make the Firestarter number after Flint's death, and climb the records in the days after they have been found difficult.
They unveiled their latest album, No Tourists in November, the seventh album in a series with one number.
It was recited in a report from Howlett and another member of Maxim's band as a “true pioneer, innovator and legend”.
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They said Flint was their 'best brother and friend' and that he would always be missing.
The previous Sun report claims that the hitma had been "put down to depression" after breaking his marriage with his wife, Mayumi Kai.
Flint had taken part in the Chelmsford Central Central 5k park on 2 March, distributing a personal best time of 21.22.
After his death, the Prodigy immediately dismissed everything.
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