Are Death Eaters still around?


I’m here today to tell you about a shocking discovery I have made!

After reading an article from the Daily Prophet itself I have been investigating You-Know-Who’s followers [more commonly known as Death Eaters].

As six people have been found dead in Diagon Alley with a mark brandished upon them I have feared that maybe a couple of Death Eaters still linger among us pretending to be innocent.

As you know You-Know-Who was killed by my husband Harry Potter, but I remember that a few Death Eaters weren’t caught that I had seen present that very same day. You may know that the Malfoy family fled once they had collected their dearest son Draco. I do not suspect them, but I suspect some others.

He Who Must Not Be Named had hundreds maybe even thousands of followers, but few were caught.

We believe they may have sought revenge for their master’s demise! I do hope some of you find this piece of information interesting. I hope some of you after reading this feel the same as me about this matter.

Stay tuned for more information!

Comments (2)

  • CHRISTIAN JAY FRANKLIN

    I have been investigating a random turn of events in the United States of America, and I would love to learn more history of if any Illegal practices ever made it into the States of Colorado, and any other outlying cities of the United States for witch craft since Europe is more knowledgeable of things that are not taught here in the Salem Temples of witchcraft.

  • I have to report some illegal magic happening in the state of Tennessee. I have kept my magic under wraps but I’ve discovered some witches and wizards using magic around muggles. I have yet to learn the names of these witches and wizards. I am keeping a close eye on the criminals and will update on any new information.

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