A Snyder County church that the late Davy Jones of the Monkees once planned to turn into a museum burned early today.
WNEP reports the building, now a home on North Orange Street in Beavertown, was destroyed by a fire of unknown origin early today.
Jones was planning to turn the building into a namesake museum and theater before his death in 2012 at the age of 66.
Last year, a life-long fan purchased the former Beaver Lutheran Church and was planning to turn it into a memorial for Jones.
The former Monkees leader purchased a horse farm in the mid-1980s in Snyder County, where he became close friends with music producer Skip Klein.
Davy Jones idol buys former Beavertown church, plans memorial for late Monkee
Beavertown may be losing its link to late Monkees singer Davy Jones