One of the most notable apartments of 2014 has, seemingly against all odds, found a buyer. Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle was somehow able to look past the dozens of taxidermic animal heads that line the walls of journalist Gregory Speck's Beresford apartment ("They're my friends," Speck told an Observer reporter in 2008) and shell out "just under $3.4 million" for the classic six, according to Page Six. Though Speck is taking the dead animal heads with him when he goes, donating them to the Virginia Museum of Natural History, Guilfoyle has already hired an architect to renovate the place anyway. Sounds like a smart move. She might want to contract an animal exorcist while she's at it.
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· Fox News host buys pad that once housed 200 taxidermied animals [NYP]
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