You can own Buffalo Bill's home from 'Silence of the Lambs' for only $300,000
Looking to buy a reasonably priced house in a desirable location? We have good news for you! The Victorian house that belonged to serial killer Jame Gumb, aka “Buffalo Bill”, in the 1991 film Silence of the Lambs is now on the market for a measly $300,000.
The home, which is 105 years old, is located in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, and includes four bedrooms, one bathroom and yes, a basement. The house is situated on 1.76 acres.