The house used in the movie ‘Silence of the Lambs’ as the residence of the fictitious psychopath Buffalo Bill will soon open its doors as a bed and breakfast, as seen in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania, on Friday.
The four-bedroom house built in 1910 is where FBI agent Clarice Starling, portrayed by Jodie Foster, caught serial killer Buffalo Bill, played by actor Ted Levine.
“I’m opening it up for short terms stays, you can come and book a night and live all of your Silence of the Lambs fantasies,” explained Chris Rowan, an artist and prop stylist from New York and now proud owner of the house.
Rowan could be seen showing some props like a Hannibal Lecter mannequin, and the kitchen and the basement where the actors shot some dramatic scenes of the 1991 classic.
The house can soon be booked for guided tours, weddings and events.