Murder house from 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' is now a functioning cafe in Texas
If you've ever watched 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre', as in the original 1974 version, you more than likely still have frequent reoccurring nightmares of Leather Face, the chainsaw-toting cannibal that terrorized a group of friends in the middle-of-nowhere Texas.
Though the 2003 remake was equally as terrifying, it's the grainy shots of the eerie, worn down farmhouse that Leather Face and his group of psychopathic murderous pals inhabited.
The thought of ever stepping foot inside the house is haunting -- and pretty much a guaranteed hard-pass for most. But for horror fans and faithful moviegoers alike, the option to do so has actually become a reality — so long as your willing to pay for a meal there!
The house used in the movie is named The Victorian House, which was built in 1909 in Williamson Country, Texas. It was then uprooted and moved to Round Rock, Texas, where it now exists as a cafe as a part of The Antlers Hotel.
Take a look at fans from around the country visiting Grand Central Cafe:
The original structure was dismantled and refurbished before being opened for business, but fear not — the iconic trim, coloring and eerily familiar interior of the house still stands strong.
Paraphernalia from the movie is scattered throughout the building, including props and pictures, making it a dining experience that'll have you on edge for your entire meal.
And don't worry — there's no human meat for purchase!
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