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'Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows' Ending Leaked?

It appears the "real" ending of the latest 'Harry Potter' book has finally leaked out. A word of caution first, if you prefer not knowing what happens incase the this turns out to be true, don't go any further.

It is important to note that earlier "leaks" were often nothing more than stories written by fans -- fan fiction, but this one is different.

The leak includes digital photographs of the American version of the book. The photos have been taken by an amateur as a hand is even visible in some of the images holding the book open. The pages are a little unclear, but readable with a little help.

The particular person has also photographed the title page including the Library of Congress number, the dedication and the "about the author and illustrator" pages in the back -- probably to prove their claim.

We can't post the images here as publisher Scholastic, Inc. is busy demanding such content be removed but the ending in the leaked version of the book suggests Hedwig the Owl and Snape die while Harry, Ron and Hermione live.

An additional note, according to the data in the photo files, the shots were taken using a Canon EOS Digital Rebel Camera and are time-stamped as being taken on July 15 at approximately 8:40 p.m so the claim certainly seems legitimate at this point.

July 18, 2007 |

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