Church Burns Down Before It Could Be Converted Into Davy Jones Museum

A church that was meant to serve as a museum honoring the late Monkees singer Davy Jones burned down early this morning before being able to be converted for its intended purpose, as ABC27 reports. The church was located in Beavertown, PA, where Jones lived for more than 20 years before his death in 2012. No injuries were reported, and no cause for the fire has been determined yet.