The Slytherin Scandal: Year One

A girl named Lea was always the odd ball. She remembered everything she ever read, could make things move and even speak to animals. Her parents thought it was just her imagination. Soon Lea Talbot finds it is more, it is magic. When she gets to Hogwarts she is still the odd ball. Lea can read minds when hers wonders and she is a hundred by all the students. being the only ever muggle-born Slytherin, she must find a way to stay alive in a house that hates her and wants her dead. Not to mention all these killer...things.


2. The Strange Letter

When Lea and her parents got home there was a silence. "Where was I accepted?" Lea spoke deliberately and her sentences teemed with more than what she actually spoke. Every one knew what else was being said for some strange reason. Lea neve knew why.


Her parents just gave Lea a small envelope that looked like it was made out of parchment and had no return address. On the back was a red wax seal with a snake, lion, raven, and a bagger in the shape of an H. She saw that her parents had already opened and read her letter. She didn't mind, they had every right to know what was going on in her life.


Lea opened the envelope and pulled out several page of yellowed parchment. At first she thought that it might be a joke. Upon further inspection she saw the loopy thin lettering that no one in her little town had. When she was 6, Lea had made a hobby out of analyzing everyone's hand writing that she met and commuting them to memory. This was no fake.According to the letter, Lea was a witch and she had been accepted to a school called Hogwarts. It was where she would learn to master her powers.


To her credit, Lea took it all in a stride. It defiantly explained a lot about her. Why she could move things, understand animals and even why she knew when trouble was coming towards her. One time she saved her mother's life when a drink nearly ran her over whole they were walking across the street.The letter also said that a representative would be coming to clear up any questions and to show her parents and Lea how to get her school supplies.The letter also said that a representative would be coming to clear up any questions and to show her parents and Lea how to get her school supplies.


"The representative will come tomorrow. They will explain everything. We will be out. Do not let anyone from the village in," Lea's mother said.


Three years ago, a man asked to come in and Lea knew him. He knocked her out and started to loot her home. Just before he was about to leave, he was stuck to the floor. He couldn't move and he never went to jail because the police hated Lea for being so different and didn't believe a word she told them. Lea even showed her the gash in her head, only it had healed. From then on no one from the village was aloud in their house and Lea wasn't aloud to play with the village children. They learned their hatred of her from them.

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