It has now been over 40 years since the Texas Chainsaw Massacre was first released, a movie that has stood the test of time and is still scaring audiences today! However, while the movie still stands up well today, the filming locations do not.

The house which was the main setting of the movie no longer exists in the same location (Williamson County), the dilapidated house was cut into six pieces in order for it to be moved then reassembled and restored in Kingsland, Texas back in 1998. Today the house is a cafe/restaurant that anyone could go visit if they happened to be in the Kingsland area.

Other locations have faired a little better, such as the cemetery, which has expanded a lot and the petrol station, which still stands today but not to sell fuel.

Many of these images below come from Then & Now Movie Locations, check out their very cool site in the link.

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