UPDATE: Clark County Museum Administrator Mark Hall-Patton spoke to 13 Action News about the importance of preserving these items.
" We have to have a way of looking back at ourselves, " he said. "We have to understand ourselves."
Kary Nguyen dropped off several items at the museum Friday that he collected when cleaning up the site. He felt they should be kept some place safe.
"It was really heavy for me, " Nguyen said. "It just seemed like it deserved more respect than that."
PREVIOUS STORY: If you left an item for the 1 October memorials at the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign, the Clark County Museum wants to hear your story.
The museum wrote in a Facebook post that they're trying to collect the stories behind the items so that they can "record and preserve the community's reaction" to the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
Those who left an item and wish to share their story may do so by completing the online form here.