The house made famous in the movie ‘Silence of the Lambs’ is for sale. The house is where Jame ‘Buffalo Bill’ Gump skinned his female victims in a quest to make a ‘woman suit’.

It’s a beautiful four-bedroom, one-bath Victorian home on 1.76 acres. The house is in Fayette Country, Pennsylvania, south of Pittsburgh.

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The asking price has come down from $300,000 to $249,000. The house was built in 1910 and features a swimming pool, four car garage, wraparound veranda and a staircase of paneled oak walls.

The house was used for filming the 1991 movie ‘Silence of the Lamps’ featuring the basement where ‘Buffalo Bill’ starved his victims. The foyer, dining room and kitchen where used in the shooting of the film too.

The house includes a copy of the book on which the movie is based. The book is signed by star Jodie Foster and director Jonathan Demme.

The inscription in the book says: ‘Thank you all so much for letting us use your beautiful home in our scary [sic] movie ,’such a great location for us! Hope you enjoy the picture as much as we did your house.’

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