You Can Stay at the Gas Station from Texas Chainsaw Massacre
For horror movie fans, the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre from 1974 is defiantly in their collection. One scene in the movie features a quick stop at a gas station.
That gas station is located just south of Bastrop, Texas according to abc13.com. In 2016, the station was converted to a bar-b-que restaurant and four cabins were added behind the station.
A stay will run you from $110 to $130 a night depending on how long you stay. Inside the station you'll find the restaurant but also a ton of horror movie merchandise. There are even special events throughout the year centered around the Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie.
To get more details or to book a cabin, just go to texasgasstation.com.
The 1974 film was made with a budget of only $140,000 but grossed over $30 million while in theaters. It was even banned in a few countries because of it's extreme violence. It's influence on horror movies can't be understated, either.
If you're looking for that spooky weekend October adventure, this could be right up your alley.