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As He Left It: Look Inside Dimebag Darrell Abbott's Home of Rock 'N' Roll Relics

As He Left It: Look Inside Dimebag Darrell Abbott's Home of Rock 'N' Roll Relics

When Pantera's "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott died on December 8, 2004, he left behind a lifetime of memories still hanging on the walls throughout his South Arlington home. "DimebagzHag" Rita Haney has been its caretaker ever since, and she's preserved the house just the way Dime left it. The house has never been open to the public, but Haney granted the Dallas Observer an exclusive look. Photo by Ed Steele.


When Pantera's "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott died on December 8, 2004, he left behind a lifetime of memories still hanging on the walls throughout his South Arlington home. "DimebagzHag" Rita Haney has been its caretaker ever since, and she's preserved the house just the way Dime left it. The house has never been open to the public, but Haney granted the Dallas Observer an exclusive look. Photo by Ed Steele.

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