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A house in the United States, visible in the film "The Silence of the Lambs", is on sale for just under $ 300,000. In the Oscar-winning film, the home is that of serial killer Buffalo Bill, pursued by an FBI agent played by Jodie Foster.
A serial killer’s house is for sale in. The property was used in the filming of the film The Silence of the Lambs, directed by Jonathan Demme and released in 1991.
In, the house is that of Buffalo Bill, a serial killer wanted by FBI agent Clarice Sterling, played by Jodie Foster.
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This is a three storey house, with four bedrooms, one bathroom and a large plot around it. The property is in Perryopolis, a small town in Pennsylvania, reportsrelayed by .
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The house is on sale for $ 298,500, or roughly € 230,000. Not much has changed outside the Victorian-style building since 1991.
That year, the film crew spent three days there filming the necessary scenes around the fictional character Buffalo Bill, inspired by real American serial killers like Ed Kemper or Ted Bundy.
In the film, which won sevenOscars in 1992, the heroine is aided in her quest by Hannibal Lecter, played by Anthony Hopkins. Imprisoned, the famous cannibal helps the young woman to paint a psychological portrait of Buffalo Bill, who abducts and kills young women, in order to increase the chances of being able to stop him.
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