The Creepiest House In All Of Pennsylvania Is Up For Sale

In the mood to acquire new real estate? We have what may be the perfect home for you.

The house that was used as a set for the 1991 classic film, “The Silence of the Lambs”, has gone up for sale in the outskirts of Pittsburgh. The house was the home of Buffalo Bill, the serial killer whom Jodie Foster spent the movie tracking down. Sorry to tell you, there’s no giant pit/dungeon in the basement. The asking price is $300,000.

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The couple who owns the home has lived there for 40 years; the movie was filmed while they lived there. Their reason for selling the house is that they wish to downsize their home, and they believe the house’s creepy associations could become a major selling point for them.

Would you consider purchasing this one-of-a-kind piece of real estate?