Do you dare stay in Buffalo Bill’s House this Halloween?
While tourists typically descend on Salem, Massachusetts and New Orleans for Halloween, horror film fans may want to book a trip to Perryopolis, Pennsylvania instead.
The eerie home from "The Silence of the Lambs” has been turned into a bed and breakfast!
The unique vacation rental has opened its doors to welcome guests this spooky season. It will grant access to the entire home, which retains much of the Victorian architecture and decor seen in the iconic film, FOX reports.
For an all-encompassing spine-tingling, the 100-year-old three story home is outfitted with recreated movie sets and props, including a “Workshop of Horrors' ' in the basement. The set from the 19991 film also comes with a full-length mirror and kimono are available so that guests can reenact the scene.
Fans of the Anthony Hopkins film will also find taxidermy Death’s-head hawkmoth, fictional news clippings, and FBI memorabilia.
"We have been working hard to create an unforgettable experience for fans," owner Chris Rowan said in a statement.
"We want to give fans access to this unique opportunity to spend a night or two or even a week at Buffalo Bill’s House and live out all of their ‘Silence’ fantasies," he continued, adding, "That’s why we decided to offer the house on a private rental basis."
While meals are not included in the stay, coffees, teas, and marshmallow skewers will be provided.
Guests can take advantage of the period kitchen and dining room for cooking needs. The rental allows for a maximum of eight guests.
Other amenities include a parlor room, a wraparound porch and gazebo, a rose bed garden, and a detached garage.
An in-ground pool will open in 2022.
Anyone who books now through October 31 can take advantage of the 13% discount using “13OFFBILLS” on the rental website.
The house, which was listed for sale in October 2020, sold in January for $290,000.
It was previously reported that Rowan hopes to rent out the house for special events, including weddings.
"Silence of the Lambs" tells the story of an FBI agent named Clarice Starling, played by Jodie Foster, who aims to capture serial killer Buffalo Bill, played by Ted Levine, and turns to Anthony Hopkins’ famous character, Hannibal Lecter, for help.