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Mr. Malfoy ripped the sock off the diary, threw it aside, then looked furiously from the ruined book to Harry.
Harry and Ron shook their heads, both staring at Hermione.
Harry took out his wand, murmured, "Lumos!" and a tiny light appeared at the end of it, just enough to let them watch the path for signs of spiders.
"Oh, yes he would," said Ron, even more loudly than Dean.
"Are you a ghost?" Harry said uncertainly.
"What d'you want me to do?" said Lockhart weakly. "I don't know where the Chamber of Secrets is. There's nothing I can do."
"Already here, Fudge," he said approvingly. "Good, good. . ."
It was like rushing down an endless, slimy, dark slide. He could see more pipes branching off in all directions, but none as large as theirs, which twisted and turned, sloping steeply downward, and he knew that he was falling deeper below the school than even the dungeons. Behind him he could hear Ron, thudding slightly at the curves.
Professor McGonagall shot a sharp look at Dumbledore and said, "The owls are nothing next to the rumors that are flying around. You know what everyone's saying? About why he's disappeared? About what finally stopped him?"
The serpents parted as the wall cracked open, the halves slid smoothly out of sight, and Harry, shaking from head to foot, walked inside.
Harry spun around. Feet away, towering above him, was a solid wall of spiders, clicking, their many eyes gleaming in their ugly black heads.
"She's still alive," said Riddle. "But only just."
"I have good news," she said, and the Great Hall, instead of falling silent, erupted.