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You Can Now Eat And Sleep At ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Gas Station

The iconic gas station from 1974 film “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” is offering fans the opportunity to dine and sleep at the spooky highway-side business. The Gas Station, located at the side of Highway 304 in Bastrop, near Austin, served as a filming location for the horror classic and is now a restaurant with four cabins available for short-term rentals. The restaurant also includes a store filled with horror movie merchandise. The business has a replica of the van from the 1974 film parked out front. “We actually have a gas pump that every once in a while we take out…the Coca-Cola machine that’s exactly the one from the movie, we take out,” Manager Ben Hughes said. “If you’re a fan of the movie, to begin with, then coming out and actually getting to be in a place where it was, it really heightens it for you,” Hughes said.