Primary Menu
92.5 XTU Offices Closed: The office is closed until further notice due to the coronavirus outbreak. The health and safety of our staff, community, and listeners is of the…

The Buffalo Bill house from The Silence of the Lambs will now become a bed and breakfast. (Yes, seriously.)

After making news for being up for sale in October 2020, the home located just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has been sold for $290,000. Per TMZ and The New York Post, its buyer, New York-based theatrical art director Chris Rowan, has plans to turn the property into a B&B.

Rowan seems to be trying to cash in on the pop culture nature of the 1991 film, because included in the renovation plans for the four-bedroom, one-bathroom home is to redo the basement and add the film’s infamous torture well.

“Filmmakers shot the basement well scenes off-site — the house doesn’t actually have a creepy hole in the ground — but the new owner reportedly plans to add one to give guests the full Buffalo Bill experience,” notes The New York Post.

The open date on the Buffalo Bill B&B is currently unknown, but don’t be surprised if there’s a rush on bookings once potential visitors can make reservations.

30 Movies That Turn 30 In 2021

Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice.