Grave of real-life British soldier Harry Potter killed 71 years ago becomes an official tourist attraction in Israel





The family of a real life Harry Potter who was killed in the army claim that his grave has been turned into a tourist attraction by fans of the hit book and movie series seeking their fictional hero.

Private Harry Potter was serving overseas when he died in Israel in 1939 during an uprising.

His grave had gone unnoticed in the British Military Cemetery in the town of Ramla for more than half a century.

But now the headstone has become an unlikely tourist attraction because of J K Rowling's much-loved books and movies....

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