The House from 'The Silence of the Lambs' Is Becoming a Bed & Breakfast

The House from 'The Silence of the Lambs' Is Becoming a Bed & Breakfast
At this point in time, one of the most scary things you could do is go on a trip and stay at a bed & breakfast. Still, if COVID-19 ever comes to an end and you still want to have a spooky night somewhere else, there's one B&B that will surely freak you out — the house from The Silence of the Lambs.

Last year, we learned that the house that belonged to fictional serial killer Buffalo Bill in the movie had hit the market. Now, the new owner is completing some renovations to turn it into a destination stay.

According to TMZ, the house was bought by theatrical art director Chris Rowan, who is planning to give the place a creepy makeover to make it more faithful to the movie.

You won't be sleeping in Buffalo Billl's terrifying den, however. The plan is to have a Silence of the Lambs area for photo ops, then some regular spots to sleep. Rowan is also installing an in-ground pool.

Revisit the property tour of the home below.