The Horrific True Crimes of Serial Killer Ed Gein

Most fans in the horror community are familiar with the name Ed Gein – the man whose crimes went on to serve as the basis for Norman Bates in ‘Psycho,’ Buffalo Bill in ‘Silence of the Lambs,’ and, most famously, as the inspiration behind Tobe Hooper’s chainsaw-wielding character Leatherface in ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.’      But do you know why this one man was able to serve as the model for these three legends of film? …

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Spend A Night In Buffalo Bill’s House

Back in October 2020, it was reported that Buffalo Bill’s house from ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ had gone up for sale. Earlier this month, Art Director & Prop Stylist Chris Rowan purchased the three-story Princess Anne Victorian home in Perryopolis, PA for about $290,000. But now, Rowan has revealed that he is planning to open up the home to overnight guests, special events, weddings, and guided tours. With his experience in set design and …

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The Silence is Over – Clarice Trailer Released

It was first announced back in January that CBS had ordered a pilot for ‘Clarice,’ the crime drama based on the character of Clarice Starling, the role created by author Thomas Harris and made famous by Jodie Foster in ‘The Silence of the Lambs,’ and later by Julianne Moore in the follow-up film, ‘Hannibal.’ Reports identified that the series would be set in 1993, a year after the events of ‘The Silence of the Lambs.’ …

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Silence of the Lambs House is Back on the Market.

Here’s your chance to own a piece of cinematic history. The three-story Princess Anne Victorian home owned by the skin-wearing serial killer Buffalo Bill, aka Jame Gumb, in the academy award winning movie Silence of the Lambs is up for sale again. The house was last listed in 2015, after long time residents Scott and Barbara Lloyd decided to put it on the market. According to reports they had difficulty in actually selling the home. …

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