There's something about owning a piece of Hollywood right? It kind of makes you feel like you're owning a little piece of history I suppose.

But what if that little piece of Hollywood isn't even in Hollywood and to top it off, it was the center of a scary movie? Would you still want it?

A Pennsylvania couple is struggling to sell a house used as the home of psychotic killer Buffalo Bill in the 1991 film "The Silence of the Lambs."

Scott and Barbara Lloyd listed the house last summer, but they've dropped the asking price from $300,000 to $250,000 because they just can't seem to get it sold.

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review says the three-story Victorian in Layton was the second-most clicked home on realtor.com last year.

Scott Lloyd says the publicity has attracted curiosity but no serious buyers and all they want to do is get rid of this house, but for the right price.

Experts say the home's location in a tiny village an hour south of Pittsburgh works against it. It also has only one bathroom to go with its four bedrooms.

The foyer and dining room were depicted in the film, but no, there's no pit in the basement. Those scenes were filmed on a soundstage.

Would you ever consider buying a home like this? Even though the story in this particular house isn't true, would it bother you to sleep there?

Tell me your thoughts at 406-248-5665.