Want to stay at the house “Le Silence des Agneaux” for Halloween? You can, but do you dare?

Home of the 1991 thriller “Le Silence des Agneaux” is now a rental property.

Owner Chris Rowan, artistic director and prop stylist for the film industry, purchased Princess Anne’s three-story Victorian home in Perryopolis, County Fayette in October 2020.

Most people probably wouldn’t like to spend the night there alone. All house rental rates are for multiple people – no single rate is shown.

If you’re looking for a spooky place to spend Halloween 2021, here it is – In the movie, it was the home of Buffalo Bill, a serial killer who murders women and then uses their skin to make a woman’s costume.

Halloween this year is Sunday October 31st.

Staying home on Friday October 29 will cost you $ 2,495 for you and up to seven friends.

To stay on Saturday October 30 and Sunday October 31, the fee is $ 3,495 for a maximum of eight people.

For other dates, rates start at $ 595 per night for a group of up to four people.

Here’s the good news – only one party can stay there at a time, so you won’t have to worry about strangers or visitors – only things that happen overnight.

The house, built in 1901, sits on a private two-acre lot. The establishment has 24-hour outdoor video surveillance. It is approximately 30 miles from Pittsburgh.

The house was featured in the finale of “The Silence of the Lambs” when FBI agent Clarice Starling had a confrontation with serial killer Buffalo Bill, played by actor Ted Levine.

According to the website, “The house still exhibits many attributes that have remained unchanged since filming 30 years ago.”

According to the Washington Post, the house is filled with paraphernalia from the movie “including the life-size animatronic figure of Hannibal Lecter who greets visitors into the lobby with hannibalisms such as ‘I’m dining with an old friend.’

Images of the sinister skull-headed sphinxes Buffalo Bill stuffed down the throats of his victims are ubiquitous in the house and appear in unlikely places, including the bedding of all four bedrooms on the second floor.

When the house was for sale last year, the real estate agent said the house was “along the Youghiogheny River.” The original hardwood floors, woodwork, light fixtures, pocket doors, fireplaces and wallpaper are in pristine condition, dating back to 1910 when the house was built.

Recent upgrades include flooring for the wrap-around porch and gazebo, a rose garden and fountain added to the front, refurbished hardwood floors in the attic, a new hot water tank, a well pump and a UV filter.

Formerly Layton Station’s general store, the oversized 3-car detached garage offers endless possibilities. Much like the vintage caboose that sits next to the built-in pool, with a new filter and ceramic tile pool deck. With everything the house has to offer and ties into the classic horror film. This ionic property would make an amazing Airbnb! ”

According to the Post, there’s also a book in the dining room that you might want to read – the Cookbook. “Feeding Hannibal: A Cookbook for Connoisseurs”.

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