PETA Wants to Turn 'Silence of the Lambs' House Into an "Empathy Museum"

PETA Wants to Turn 'Silence of the Lambs' House Into an "Empathy Museum"
Buffalo Bill's iconic Silence of the Lambs house has been on the market in Pennsylvania for over a year. Now, it looks like PETA might be purchasing it and turning it into an "empathy museum."

As Yahoo! reports, the animal rights organization have announced that they want to transform the house into a bizarre and creepy museum where visitors would wear the skin of abused dead animals.

According to a press release, the idea of the museum is to remind visitors that animals are "made of flesh, blood and bone."

Earlier this month, the asking price of the home was dropped from $300,000 USD to $250,000. Relatively speaking, that's not a lot of money to open a weird skin museum.