(PCM) A Pennsylvania couple claims they are having quite the struggle in their attempts to sell their house which was portrayed as serial killer Buffalo Bill’s home in the 1991 award-winning film “Silence Of The Lambs”.
The house has been on the market since last summer, however owners Scott and Barbara Lloyd have been forced to reduce the prices of the house from $300,000 to $250,000. It seems more people are visiting the property out of curiosity and there have been no serious buying offers.
The three-story Victorian-style home in Layton, located just outside of Pittsburgh, PA is the second-most clicked on property according to Realtor.com, however majority of interest comes from fans of the film. Also, the fact that the home only has one bathroom to it’s four bedrooms and it’s semi-remote location work against it as well.
Fans that hoped to find Buffalo Bills dungeon and stone pit in the home will surely be disappointed, as those particular scenes were filmed on a sound stage. Only the home foyer and dining room were shown in the film and there is indeed no secret dungeon.