If, for some reason, you’ve always wanted to own the house where The Silence of the Lambs serial killer Buffalo Bill starves his victims before skinning them, now you can — for just $300,000. What a killer deal

The fictional murderer’s Victorian home is located about an hour outside of Pittsburgh in Fayette Country, PennsylvaniaAccording to its listing, it has four bedrooms, one full bath, and sits on 1.76 acres

Bonus: It also comes with a basement. The full dungeon pit isn’t included, however, as the house’s cellar isn’t actually the basement that appears in the movie. Those scenes were filmed on a soundstage, homeowners Scott and Barbara told The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Read more…

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You can buy Buffalo Bill’s house from ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ for a cool $300,000