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The Silence of the Lambs House Hits the Market

by Rachel Mazanec

REAL-BuffaloBillAre you a fan of The Silence of the Lambs? If yes, the house where serial killer James “Buffalo Bill” Gumb starves and skins his victims can be yours for the very low price of $300,000. The three-story Victorian home sits on 1.76 acres in Fayette Country, an hour outside of Pittsburgh, and has four bedrooms, one full bath, a detached four-car garage and a pool. The property’s current owners, who bought it in 1976, granted producers permission in 1990 to use their home during the filming of the thriller.

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