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The original house from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre The film is nearing its final curtain, with the expectation that the house will be sold and possibly demolished.
The property on the grounds of The Antlers hotel in Kingsland, Texas, is believed to be on its way out after many years of being considered a horror tourism rite of passage. The owners, who are currently offering tours and offering fans a chance to feel the authentic horror of Leatherface’s home, have posted a call for the final tours.
Known simply as the Texas Chainsaw House, it will open its doors one last time to host a 1974 performance The Texas Chain seen massacre accompanied by live performances, food and drink, autographs and interviews with some of the original cast. Original cast members Allen Danziger and Edwin Neal will be joined at the event by B-movie mainstay Parrish Randall.
The final screening at his birthplace is just days before Halloween and is scheduled for October 29, with the film scheduled to begin at sundown. Danziger referenced the property’s potential fate of being crushed in a response to his Instagram post, not sure what the new owner’s intentions are with the iconic home.
Constructed sometime between 1908 and 1910, the house was based on a popular design used as a preset look across the country. After several investments in the late 1990’s, the property was restored to its original condition by a master carpenter. Very briefly presented in 2022 Texas Chainsaw Massacre Film from Netflix, it will probably be his last credit in the industry.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre is currently available to stream on Netflix.
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