No One Wants to Buy the Silence of the Lambs House

No One Wants to Buy the Silence of the Lambs House

Tara Bellucci
Feb 21, 2016
(Image credit: RE/MAX Select)

A century-old house in Layton, Pennsylvania has been on the market since August, attracting plenty of attention, but no buyers. Why? It's the home of creepy serial killer Buffalo Bill in the 1991 Oscar winner, The Silence of the Lambs.

According to, the home was the second-most clicked on listing, but has yet to sell. There are several possibilities as to why a place with a Hollywood connection could be languishing on the market: Layton, an hour south of Pittsburgh, doesn't have much going on; the price, at a reduced $249,900, is still $100,000 over the Pennsylvania median; or it could be that a nearby creepy tunnel is said to be haunted. Or it could be that people are really looking for a basement pit, and those scenes were filmed on a soundstage.

Anyway, there's a caravan in the back that serves as a poolhouse, which may be a first.

Meanwhile, check out Kristen Wiig and other celebs do their best Hannibal Lecter.

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