Ooo, here’s one for all you scary movie lover. Psycho killer Buffalo Bill’s house from The Silence of the Lambs is on the market, just in time for Hallow’s Eve. The 1910 Victorian home in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania can be all yours for just $298,500. For three-floors and four-bedrooms! Hmmm, maybe there’s something to be said for escaping the city…
The house still has many of the same features it did in the film, including the original hardwood trim and floors. Listing agents Eileen Allan and Shannon Assad say that it would “make for an amazing Airbnb” opportunity. Hmmm, they speak the truth.
Let Shannon and Eileen take you on a chipper tour of one of the most terrifying film sets of all time:
Alas, there’s no basement well to keep your victims nice and moisturized (those scenes were filmed on a soundstage). But the cellar itself was used in the night vision standoff scene:
Here’s another scene from the film which gives you a good look at the home:
If you don’t mind moving to small-town Pennsylvania and love horror flicks, maybe this is the place for you! Not for me. Nope, I can’t watch scary movies. They give me nightmares. After I saw Poltergeist at age 8 I slept in a sleeping bag on my parents’ floor for two years. I’ll stick to the Wikipedia plot summaries, thankyouverymuch.