BEGGS, Oklahoma -

The home of murder suspect Amy Hall is a pile of ashes. Her brother owns the property and set fire to the home in a controlled burn.

People living here in Nuyaka tell me it's hard to describe how painful the loss of Kayson and Khloe has been for this community. Now, the home where the tragedy happened, is gone.

The home is located near Nuyaka in Okmulgee County, but the siblings attended school in Beggs.

Amy Hall is charged with shooting her son and two daughters on November 1, 2018.

Her son Kayson Toliver, 18, died in the house. Her 16-year-old daughter, Kloee, died a few days later. Hall's other daughter survived.

The Nuyaka Fire Chief says Hall's brother called them ahead of time and told them he was going to burn down the house down and that the fire department did not need to respond.

We've had questions from people wondering if the investigation was impacted in any way now that the murder scene is destroyed. Okmulgee County Sheriff's Deputies say the property owner was well within his right to set fire to the home.

Deputies say the investigation at the house is over and once the investigation ends, the property is turned back over to the homeowner. The family did not want to comment.

Hall is scheduled to be in court one month from now. She's in jail on two counts of 1st-degree murder and one count of shooting with intent to kill.

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