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Potter Fans in Hawaii

Michael Kinghorn, Potter fan and lookalike Michael Kinghorn, Potter fan and lookalike

By: Walter Makaula

HONOLULU (KHNL) - There's been so much controversy over the plot being leaked to the public. Here in Hawaii, we managed to do a little investigative work and found some clues among the fans.

The new "Deathly Hallows" sequel is less than two hours away from release and fans can't wait to get their hands on a copy.

It's the final installment of the J.K. Rowling series, and although the plot has been kept a big secret, there was a lot of speculation as to what will happen.

Toa Lohe of Aiea says, "Harry maybe dies or lives. I'm hoping that Harry lives."

Before midnight, you can get any of the six Harry Potter books that are on store shelves already, including "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" which is in Theaters right now. But the one book that everyone's dying to get their hands on is hidden under a table cloth here in these boxes. It's under such tight security, that we're not even allowed to open up the box.

Our quest to find out the secrets in the new book, brought us upon a familiar face. Just like magic, he appeared out of nowhere. We was sure he would know something about all the hype.

We won't reveal exactly who he's referring to, but he does say familiar faces will meet their doom.

Michael Kinghorn who is a dead ringer for Daniel Radcliffe, the actor who portrays Harry Potter in the film series says, two of his friends will die.

When asked why the most powerful wizard couldn't help them, he responds with , "Well, I'm only 17!"

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