8 Circle street in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania is up for sale if you happen to have $298,500 lying around. If that address doesn't sound familiar, maybe the name Buffalo Bill does? Because that's where Buffalo Bill, his lotions and his Precious lived. The creepy house from "The Silence of the Lambs" is up for sale just in time for Halloween.

"The Silence of the Lambs" was released in 1991 and went on to win seven academy awards in 1992. The house that Buffalo Bill danced to "Goodbye Horses" sits on 1.76 acres of land along the Youghiogheny River. The film crew spent three days on location at the house. The home’s exterior is fairly unchanged since the film, except for some minor landscaping and painting. Check out a virtual tour of the house below!

When compared to the film, the foyer and dining room still kind of look like they did in the movie- who can forget that great scene where Clarice confronts Buffalo Bill?

That basement may be creepy but no worries, no pit here. What does come with the house? Besides that serial killer charm and curb appeal, it comes with a pool and a three car garage and workshop.

Of course I'm all the way in the Texas and this is in Pennyslvania, so it's probably not for me. Although, I wouldn't be surprised if this house, instead of selling, just becomes an AirBnB (like the "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" house). It would totally kill for Halloween parties.

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