It puts the lotion on its skin...

Scott and Barbara Lloyd's home appeared in the movie as the home of the film's fictional serial killer, Buffalo Bill, their realtor said. The Fayette County, Penn., home is listed at $300,000.  Pittsburgh's Action News 4 reporter Sheldon Ingram takes a tour of the house made famous in 'Silence of the Lambs' that the movie's serial killer, Jame Gumb, lived in.  Video here

Here's a creepy real estate investment. Or is it cool?The Silence Of The Lambs home used in the 1991 film is up for...

Posted by Annette Lawless on Tuesday, August 18, 2015