There has never been a more controversial battle than the Battle of Hogwarts. There were many witnesses to see what happened in certain areas, but, some bits may have been exaggerated or extremely stretched. Today, I have an inside story from a secret source that has shared with us some miraculous information that could change the way we look at certain witches and wizards.

Fred Weasley, age of 18 during the battle, was twin brother to George Weasley, and son to Molly and Arthur Weasley. He was seen battling a large group of Death Eaters before what many witnesses say was an explosion caused by a missed killing curse sent him tumbling into the rubble. His body was found seconds after the explosion. The culprit to Fred Weasley’s attack was never found. Until now.

What we must have thought was a simple enraged Death Eater might not have been. What if I told you that Fred Weasley was killed by a Hogwarts teacher himself? An inside source during the battle has given me the special chance to ask him all about what he saw and who he is accusing of killing Fred Weasley. The name of the source was not able to be given in order for the safety of the witness.

My source told me that there was a large battle happening in the room next to George Weasley, his twin brother. Harry Potter was also said to be on the scene. When my source was battling a Death Eater, they moved up the stairs and into the next room, passing Harry Potter and his friends. When they entered the next room, it showed a scene of brutal violence and intense fighting.

Fred Weasley was defending himself and a few small first years. Our source found this odd because Fred was always known to generously “pick on” new students. But, that is beside the point. She saw one adult that was supposed to be on their side. She was sadly mistaken. Horace Slughorn was seen shooting curses at Fred Weasley. Fred was apparently doing a good job at keeping him off, until a killing curse was launched at Fred. Fred ducked and it hit the wall behind him, but before he could pull his wand back in front of him, Slughorn had launched another killing curse. Fred was hit full on in the chest and he toppled to the ground, dead.

The following source is extremely reliable and I know that Horace Slughorn is behind the murder of Fred Weasley and possibly some others. The other two first years that Fred was defending were never found and it has been rumored that Slughorn may be keeping them in the dungeon of Hogwarts School where he is Potions Master.

Harry Potter’s and George Weasley’s own children are still at Hogwarts and I ponder on thinking what they would say if they found out that the murderer of his friend and brother was still walking among the wizarding world. That is why I’m here. I want people to know the truth and I want them to embrace it with a strong grip.

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Ratings and Comments

#1Evelyn Night's AvatarEvelyn Night (rated this 7)

#2Penelope Garrido-Mitchell's AvatarPenelope Garrido-Mitchell (rated this 6)

It's very good but the story is a little far fetched with Slughorn.

#3Zuvona Miska's AvatarZuvona Miska (rated this 6)

I do like the effort you put into this story. There was thought behind it but Professor Slughorn is a bit far-fetched...

#4Amanda Summers's AvatarAmanda Summers (rated this 9)

#5Belle Black's AvatarBelle Black (rated this 6)

interview?? good idea though

#6Nick Ford's AvatarNick Ford (rated this 7)

It was good for a quibbler article but there were grammer issues, and the fact that you don't mention the actual source

#7Ayahzy Nahki's AvatarAyahzy Nahki (rated this 6)

A bit far-fetched, and your grammer could use some work. Could have a stronger call-to-action. But would Slughorn really still be working at Hogwarts while Harry Potter's and George Weasley's children went there? He was already retired decades before that.

#8Zia Stonebury's AvatarZia Stonebury (rated this 7)

Hmm. The writing was pretty good. But to say poor old stuffed-up Slughorn was Fred Weasley's murderer? Not pretty. I don't think it justified, at all. You COULD have mentioned who the source was....someone for, if possible, comic relief.

#9Askeron Kyle's AvatarAskeron Kyle (rated this 7)

Very good.

#10Jacqualine Snape's AvatarJacqualine Snape (rated this 8)

Good effort well thought out.

#11Rose Alstien's AvatarRose Alstien (rated this 7)

Hmmm, great writing, but you need to grammer check a bit better. great twist though!

#12Zoki Phantom's AvatarZoki Phantom (rated this 6)

Erm, quite good, but you were reminded to check your grammar, and there are ? instead of '
And i think it was bad that you didn't tell who the source really was, and there isn't an actual 'unsung hero'!!

#13Cam Yousefpour's AvatarCam Yousefpour (rated this 7)

I suppose its ok . . . but it could have been . . . a little better.

#14Kiri Galdor's AvatarKiri Galdor (rated this 6)

Some good ideas

#15Catriona Watson's AvatarCatriona Watson (rated this 8)

Really good, well done.

#16Sarah Evans's AvatarSarah Evans (rated this 9)


#17Daniela Alonso's AvatarDaniela Alonso (rated this 8)

Nice work.

#18Kenzie Jones's AvatarKenzie Jones (rated this 8)

Good really.
But, err, there isn`t really an actual interview included.

#19Jenna Hathaway's AvatarJenna Hathaway (rated this 7)

#20Marguerite Davenport's AvatarMarguerite Davenport (rated this 6)

Very cute.. good job.

#21Zach Goldenfarb's AvatarZach Goldenfarb (rated this 7)

#22Daniel Zaz's AvatarDaniel Zaz (rated this 10)

Wonderful! you are a true writer

#23Meg London's AvatarMeg London (rated this 4)

It is a good enough story, but there isn't an actual interview.

#24Leigh Van Voreen's AvatarLeigh Van Voreen (rated this 9)

I love it! Very interesting to have Horace Slughorn murder Fred.

#25Yavanna Basham's AvatarYavanna Basham (rated this 8)

Really good, and what a twist!