Would you buy me? I'd buy me.
When Special Agent-in-training Clarice Starling found the serial killer she'd been searching for, Buffalo Bill, she probably had no time to appreciate the multi-storied, rural Victorian home where he kept victims trapped in a subterranean well. Well now's your chance!
Retired couple Scott and Barbara Lloyd are now selling that piece of movie history, even though it doesn't include all the facets mentioned in the movie.
The New York Daily News has some details on the story:
Clarice Starling, the FBI cadet played by Jodie Foster, tracks down the former patient of Dr. Hannibal Lecter, played by Anthony Hopkins, in Ohio in the movie. But this home is in Western Pennsylvania in the village of Layton in Fayette County.
The house also doesn't have a deep dry well for taking people captive like the one created in a sound stage in the film. Rather, the three-story 1910 home features four bedrooms, a four-car garage and an asking price of $300,000, according to a listing posted Saturday on Realtor.com.
You can see that house in action right here, and then decide whether you'd like to attend an open house. You can probably leave your night vision goggles at home.