‘The Silence Of The Lambs’ House Is Up For Sale | Film News
The house of the infamous serial killer ‘Buffalo Bill’ (Ted Levine) in Jonathan Demme’s 1991 horror film The Silence of the Lambs is up for sale. Due to the grisly context in which the house was used in the film, it is sure to turn some potential buyers away. However, realtor Dianne Wilk, who is helping to sell the home, owned by a Pennsylvania couple, for $300,000, is confident she will succeed.
“People love to be scared”, she told the Tribune-Review, “I could see someone doing something fun with this”. She hinted that the new homeowners might profit from the house’s fame. Meanwhile, fans of the film can rest assured that the killer’s basement dungeon was not shot in the house but separately on a sound stage.
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