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Thursday, 31 May 2007

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Gollum and Dobby pictured at the recent BAFTA awards. Can you spot the difference?

Reports on the wires this evening are talking of a sensational new book that's set to take the libraries and bookshops of the world by storm.

"Harry Potter and the Conspiracy Theory" is rumoured to be based on the top secret 8th book by top novelist JK Rowling, that until now, has only been hearsay.

In the book the boy wizard, Frodo, is reported to have been portrayed as having been responsible for all big world events of he last 50 years and that. Right from the JFK assassination to the Lady Di car accident, it's all down to the bespectacled boy wizard it seems.

Mylene Klass, formerly of TV popsters, Hearsay, tells us:

"This is so secret I don't know what to say really. But according to the book Gandalf has invented a time machine and Harry travels through time and space creating havoc all over the shop"

JK was not available for comment but a spokesman for her commented:

"This is all bollocks! There ain't no 8th book! There won't ever be an 8th book, no way no how!"

But Dobby, Potter's long-time pal said:

"Yesss, Harry Potter is bad my preciousss, oh yess! And anybody who says that my character is awfully close to that of Gollum in Lord of the Ringssss better look out. Oh yesss!"

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