Tammy's Former Home Burns

A home once belonging to country legend Tammy Wynette has burned to the ground, reports Nashville TV station WTVF.

The million-dollar mansion in Hendersonville, Tenn., caught fire Sunday evening, Jan. 25. Its current owners were not home, and by the time firefighters were called, about 90% of the house was already destroyed. Tammy, who died in 1998, lived in the mansion in the early 1980s. It was originally built for rock star Roy Orbison in 1963.

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