The house where The Silence of the Lambs was signed could be open to visitorsFeb 072021
Chris Rowan, a production designer, recently bought the building for $ 290,000 and plans to turn it into a tourist spot.
The house where the film 'El silencio de los inocentes' ('The silence of the lambs' in Spain) was filmed, could become a rental home and a tourist spot, reports AFP. So plans Chris Rowan, a production designer, who recently purchased the building for $ 290,000.
Prospective renters can take a virtual tour of the house on YouTube. The interior remains the same as that of the famous film awarded with 5 Oscars. The 3-story building with a total area of 215 square meters was built in 1910 in a suburb of Pittsburgh, the state of Pennsylvania (USA).
It is contemplated that the tenants will have access to the basement where "Buffalo Bill" held the abducted women. In addition, the current owner, a specialist in decorating film sets, intends to recreate the criminal's workshop and make a replica of the well in which the villain of the film left his victims.
Meanwhile, it is not specified how much the entire building or one of the four bedrooms could cost to rent.