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The house from “Silence of the Lambs” is again up for sale




The construction was first tried to sell back in 2015, but, apart from the interest of journalists and fans of the film, the owners have not found a new owner.





In the state of Pennsylvania, the house that appeared in the movie “Silence of the Lambs” by Jonathan Demmy was put up for sale. In this building lived the maniac, Buffalo Bill. Hypebeast writes about it.

The residential building in the style of Queen Anne is located in the Perryopolis district of Pennsylvania, just an hour from Pittsburgh. The three-story four-bedroom residence is located on a plot of land just under two acres.

Now the house can be bought for 298 thousand dollars. It has four bedrooms, one bathroom, an impressive basement (basement scene in the film was shot elsewhere), and an attic. You can “walk” through the virtual house on a separate site.


The film “Silence of the Lambs” was premiered in 1991 by director Jonathan Demmy. The film tells the story of FBI trainee Clarice Starling, who asked for help in the investigation of the imprisoned brilliant serial killer Hannibal Lecter. The latter decides to help explain the psychological motives of the wanted offender, provided that Starling reveals details of his complicated personal life to him. In 1992 Demmy received an Oscar award — the ribbon won in five categories.



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