The Fayette County, Pennsylvania Home That Served As Sick Serial Killer Buffalo Bill's Lair In Thriller Silence Of The Lambs Is Up For Sale.
The four-bedroom, Victorian house in on the market for $300,000 (£188,000).
The old place featured prominently in the 1991 classic as Jodie Foster's FBI Agent Clarice Starling character prowls around the property following a tip-off from incarcerated cannibal Hannibal Lecter that killer Jame Gumb (aka Buffalo Bill) lives there.
The sick murderer, played by Ted Levine, skins his victims to make a human coat.
Fans of the film should note Buffalo Bill's basement, where he imprisoned his victims, was filmed on a soundstage, not at the home.
The realtor selling the place tells the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, the home would make a perfect "horror-themed bed and breakfast".