The house that Buffalo Bill called home in the 1991 Academy Award Winning film,  "The Silence of the Lambs" has just been listed. Now, I know what you're wondering. You want to know if there is actually a well in the basement. Unfortunately, no - those scenes were actually filmed on a soundstage, but there is an antique caboose in the backyard.

The listing agents, Eileen Allan and Shannon Assad, say the famous three-story property which was built in 1910 is set on 1.76 acres. The video above shows how the house was depicted in the 1991 movie. Pretty freakin' creepy, right?!?

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I don't think I'd want to live there, but you could turn it into an Airbnb and make a ton renting it out to movie buffs. Keep scrolling to see inside the house.

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