The house from 'Silence of the Lambs' is up for sale

LAYTON, PA -- Would you buy a home once occupied by a serial killer? The southwestern Pennsylvania home featured in the 1991 film The Silence of the Lambs is up for sale.

No. 8 Circle Street in Layton was used as the home of serial killer Buffalo Bill in the movie.

The house is 105 years old and is owned by Scott and Barb Lloyd, they gave the film crew the OK to turn their house into a murderers dwelling.

From the door actress Jodie Foster knocked on, to the drawer she pulled cards out of, it's all a fond memory for the Lloyd couple.

Although Scott and Barb Lloyd weren't allowed to stay in their home for the entire filming, they did receive an autographed book from the cast and a handsome check.

Their house is now on the market for $300,000.