Buffalo Bill’s House (the house used when filming the movie Silence of the Lambs) was recently purchased. The new owner has plans to rent the property out to guests. The Queen Anne Victorian style home is located in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania. It’s a suburb of Pittsburgh, and only a day trip from Philadelphia. The house is 121 years old, sleeps 10 people, sits on almost 2 acres and features an in-ground pool, grill, secluded pond and lots more.
Chris Rowan, an avid horror fan purchased the house and he is adding a number of very cool touches to enhance the guest experience. Trust us, any Silence of the Lambs fan will want to visit as soon as possible.
Silence of the Lambs consistently ranks as one of the best movies of all time, and is the 3rd film ever to win all 5 of the top Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay.
Listen as Chris gives a description of his plans to make this fictional serial killer’s house a destination for anyone. Rent Buffalo Bill’s House for weddings, special events, filming or just a cool Silence of the Lambs themed weekend getaway.
While not yet available for rentals, if you subscribe to the mailing list at www.buffalobillshouse.com, you can receive $25 off your first stay.
Follow Buffalo Bill’s House on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter for more details and a social media contest to possibly be the first person to stay at the house, free of charge.