Look, from the second you start watching the above clip of Kevin Hart and Jimmy Fallon on a recent segment from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, you know its not going to end well for these cats.
I mean, when two grown humen have GoPros strapped to themselves, shit is going to hit the fan sooner or later.
While conventional zoos have moved to enclosings for animals for at the least part of the working day, animals at some roadside zoos can spend their entire lives in a cage
I have driven by many roadside zoos in my period, but have never stopped at one. It seemed unlikely they could be any less depressing than a conventional zoo in fact, it seemed likely that they could be even more depressing.
Roadside zoos generally provide less enrichment for the animals and less education for their public. While conventional zoos have moved to enclosures for animals for at the least part of the day, animals at some roadside zoos can spend their entire lives in a enclosure. The discrepancies between the two is not euphemistic. At a roadside zoo, a single chimpanzee might live its entire life behind bars on concrete. Half a dozen wolves pace a cage smaller than a studio apartment. Tigers might appear to be surrounded by trees, but there are no trees in their cages they are only a backdrop used to trick the tourist into thinking that the animals live out their lives in a space that is as wooded and lush as the one the tourists are visiting. Roadside zoos are, in many ways, the way conventional zoos used to be before zoo guests demanded more.
In 2012, a group of organizations the Humane Society of the United States, World Wildlife Fund, Detroit Zoological Society, International Fund for Animal Welfare, Born Free USA, Big Cat Rescue, Fund for Animals and Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries filed a legal petition with the US government to prohibit public contact with big cats, bears and non-human primates. Earlier this year, the US Department of Agriculture( USDA) finally responded with guidance about that makes it clear that exhibitors violate the Animal Welfare Act by allowing members of the public to manage or feed infant exotic cats like tigers, lions, cheetahs, jaguars or leopards. But these groups believe further action beyond simply guidance is necessary.
You might have thought that bottle feeding bears, cuddling chimps and swimming with tigers are not things you would be allowed to do, even if “youre trying to”. But at least 75 roadside zoos in the US sell interactions with dangerous animals, such as tigers, lions, primates and bears.
This information comes from a report put together earlier this year by myself and my colleagues at New York University for the Humane Society. The report which is not publicly available summarized roadside zoos that offered interactions with dangerous animals. Searching both online text and images, we detected 77 distinct facilities that allow human interactions with endangered wildlife. Florida alone has 15 roadside zoos that offer these interactions, while California has a dozen. While federal statutes regulate animal exhibition facilities, country and local laws dictate whether individuals can possess dangerous animals. So, I decided to visit one of the more notorious roadside zoos that sells these interactions with dangerous animals.
When I arrived, I was asked if I was part of an animal activist group, and was alerted to not talk about in person, internet, mail, fax or in any way about the visit, and to not record video or audio. Is there another family activity that refuses these basic vacation rights?( I cant say which zoo because I signed the nondisclosure arrangement sent to me as a condition of my visit. An NDA is required for all guests .)
In exchange for abiding by the NDA, roadside zoos and their guests do not need to abide by other regulations common at conventional zoos. The main difference, of course, is the possibility to interact with animals, including dangerous ones. Visitors to roadside zoos want to be free to feed, to hold, to snuggle, to smile for $100 photograph but not free enough to get hurt, so the newborns of hazardous animals are the moneymakers. At an Idaho roadside zoo, visitors pay $45 to bottle feed newborn bears. At a roadside zoo in South Carolina, guests can cuddle up and get hands on with a newborn tiger and a young ape while they sit on[ their] lap .
What about swimming? A roadside zoo charges $200 to swimming with newborn tigers. Even without the swimming component, the Humane Society is forecast that a single baby tiger can bring in $65,000 in one summer( assuming 30 photo conferences at $50 per photo and five private interactive sessions at $300 per day, as was documented at one roadside zoo in Virginia ). Often, the money is in photographs of the tourists interacting with those baby animals, the preservation of the experience being at least as important as the experience itself.
Bad things can happen to humans at zoos, and roadside zoos are no exception. In 2009, a jaguar at a roadside zoo in Maryland attacked a worker and bit her face and torso. In 2015, a black bear in Florida mauled a woman.
But life for the zoo animals is arguably more dangerous. The Animal Welfare Act is the federal law that is supposed to protect these animals from poor living conditions, except that it is too weak and infrequently enforced, with inspectors usually visiting facilities once a year. The law also does not extend to all animals reptiles are exempt, for instance, which explains the reviewer who reported that you can pay$ 5 at a roadside zoo in Florida to get a photograph with a small alligator with its mouth videotapeed shut.
Although government inspections of roadside zoos are rare and the database of the inspection reports is not easy to search, the evidence indicates widespread negligence and brutality. A 2014 report from a roadside zoo in Arkansas documented a spider monkey that lost the tips of its fingers and several baboons that lost the ends of their tails, reportedly from frostbite. These sorts of reports seem less about documenting enforcement than about formalizing a record of complacency.
Grittier, long term investigations have been done by civil society groups like the Humane Society, which is probably why some roadside zoos, like the one I visited, have become wary of visitors who are sympathetic towards the animal cause. In 2014, the society placed an undercover worker at Tiger Safari in Tuttle, Oklahoma one of the roadside zoos that offers interactions with dangerous animals, including tiger feedings at birthday parties. A white tiger, Maximus, was bear at Tiger Safari that spring. He was quickly taken from his mother and his three littermates were sent to another roadside zoo in South Carolina. When Maximus was three weeks old he became a photo opportunity. According to the Humane Societys report, when he would not cooperate, the white tiger was punched, slapped, dragged, choked, suspended by his legs and tail and flung into his cage and onto the laps of patrons. Just a year and a half subsequently, in 2016, Maximus succumbed. According to Tiger Safari, he choked on a deer bone.
It is clear that roadside zoos need a major overhaul if they are going to reflect the broader social values about animals in captivity. The Barnum& Bailey Circus lately announced the end of elephants in their reveals and SeaWorld is now phasing out the use of captive orca whales in performances. Todays public is too educated about animal behaviour to enjoy watching animals perform and also to enjoy feeding desperate babies.
That is why one of the first steps to improving roadside zoos is to ban dangerous interactions at the federal level. These would construct these animals less valuable and therefore less likely to be bred, mistreated and commoditized. There is currently a petition under evaluation by the government to amend the Animal Welfare Act Regulations and prohibit public linked with big cats, bears and primates of any age.
Contrary to how it might feel, fondling dangerous animals merely accentuates the divide between us and them. Havent we done enough to force that divide already?
That any roadside zoo would ask visitors to choose between advocating for animals and entering their zoo merely underscores on which side of the fencing I would rather be.
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Points for Pets
I heard an old wives' tale that this is a sign of affection (the cat loving and taking care of the âfamilyâ). Is there any truth in that? A: Predatory behavior in cats is both instinctive and learned. Some house cats, with no prior hunting experience …
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Breeder 'debarked' dogs by shoving a pipe down their throats, Penn. authorities say
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The group had received a tip that dogs were being illegally debarked at the location in Lancaster County, WGAL in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, reported. … When it's done for the convenience of a pet owner, the goal is typically to muffle or silence a dog …
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Cat that woman saved from bridge may be put down
It also said cats without identification are put up for adoption or transferred to another agency, unless unadoptable due to health or behavior issues, or the shelter is at capacity. "Here I am thinking I'm going to save this cat, I'm going to get it …
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Though originally a fanatic for Bathilda Bagshot’s Hogwarts: A History , Hermione Grangereventually took umbrage with the book. And for good reason.
Granger didn’t appreciate how the book forgotten to mention Hogwarts’ employ of House Elves. We second that, but we’re more perturbs about other omissions. For instance, what about the hypothesi that Ron Weasley is a time-traveling Albus Dumbledore, or that Voldemort doesn’t have hair because he doesn’t want anyone to create a Polyjuice Potion of him?
No bother. In honor of 20 years since the “Harry Potter” volumes, and 15 years since the cinema” Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets ,” we’ve gathered the most magical theories together in one place.
There are more hypothesis than flavors of Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans, but here are the ones you should know based on popularity and evidence.
We even brought in our sorting hat to put them into three categories: The Chosen Ones, Keepers and Simply Riddikulus.( There’s not a terrible theory alive that didn’t wind up in Riddikulus .)
These are the hypothesis who lived.
The fairy tale told to wizard children relays the story of three brothers who, in an attempt to use sorcery to traverse a river that’s otherwise deadly, gratify Death. Feeling cheated by the brothers’ attempts to outwit him, Death tricks the brothers into taking “gifts” that — in two out of three cases, at least — eventually lead to their demise.
In the hypothesi, Voldemort is the first friend; he wants power, so he receives the Elder Wand. Snape represents the second brother; he lost Harry’s mom, Lily — the woman he loved, so he receives the Resurrection Stone. The third friend is Harry; like in the tale, he receives the invisibility shawl. Dumbledore is then Death, who, like in the fairy tale, greets Harry” as an old friend” at the purgatory-ish King’s Cross Station after the Boy Who Lived gets “killed” by Voldemort.( The “gifts,” of course, are the Deathly Hallows .)
If you need more proof, J.K. Rowling approves 😛 TAGEND
Voldemort supposedly jinxed the Hogwarts position of Defense Against the Dark Arts after Dumbledore denied him the post. As proof, Hogwarts was unable to keep a DADA teacher for more than a year while the curse was ongoing.
This is more of a fact than a theory. Rowling apparently confirmed by telling “Today” that the position wasn’t jinxed anymore after Voldemort’s death.
In” Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them ,” we learn about Obscurials, which are young wizards and witches who develop a dark magical force-out called an Obscurus as a result of their sorcery being suppressed.
A curious quote from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has some guessing Ariana Dumbledore was an Obscurial for repressing her magic, too.
Talking about his sister in the book, Aberforth Dumbledore tells,” She wouldn’t use magic, but she couldn’t get rid of it; it turned inward and drove her mad, it exploded out of her when she couldn’t control it, and at times she was strange and dangerous. But largely she was sweet and scared and harmless .”
They might as well set that quote under the definition of Obscurial. Don’t be surprised if this Ariana Dumbledore reveal shows up in the new movies.
At the Battle of Hogwarts in the final “Harry Potter” movie, Harry, Ron and Hermione encounter a troll, giant spiders, a werewolf and then Dementors, in that order.
This sequence is thought to sum up or be an homage to the series. In the first movie, the three encounter a troll, in the second there are giant spiders, in the third there is a werewolf and Dementors.
If you heard someone say Kneazle, you’d likely say, “Gesundheit.”
But don’t do that.
In Rowling’s universe, Kneazles are sorcery cat-like beings, known for their size and having a tail like a lion. Fans guessed Hermione’s cat, Crookshanks, was part Kneazle from its lion-like appearance.
Well, we’re not kitten you. He is. J.K. Rowling confirmed this on Twitter.
This really is the chosen one among “Harry Potter” theories.
Even before Rowling exposed the truth, there was speculation about Dumbledore’s sex orientation. Readers could probably pick up on hints of it in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows when Rowling explained Dumbledore’s relationship with Grindelwald, but for a while nothing was confirmed.
Then, in 2007, the author revealed you were right all along. Yes, Dumbledore is gay.
Ten points to people who read style too much into things!
Not every theory can be like a seeker in Quidditch and get all the glory, but you still need Keepers, too.
From the movies and volumes, we know Horcruxes are bad news. Just wearing the locket stimulates Ron a real stinker.
( Why you gotta be a stinker, Ron ?)
Some believe the Dursleys were so lousy to Harry because he was a Horcrux, and they had to live with him. If you think about it, it is weird that the Dursleys took Harry in. They didn’t have to, and, as Dorkly points out, that’s a serious act of kindness. Why are they so terrible to him?
On the other hand, the Dursleys seemed to always have a strained relationship with the Potter. They were considered “unDursleyish.”
He Who Must Not Be Named wasn’t just into eating unicorns. The dude consume people, too.
The elaborate theory from Reddit user sirlionel1 3 first explains that Voldemort didn’t immediately assassination all the victims he used to make Horcruxes. The Basilisk killed Myrtle. But wait, Horcruxes necessitate slaying to be made, right?
The Redditor suggests cannibalism is required to make a Horcrux. This would let Voldemort connect himself to Myrtle even though he wasn’t the one who directly killed her.
As evidence, the Redditor points out that cannibalism is insured throughout history as a route of gaining strength. For those griping that Voldemort didn’t ate Lily Potter, remember that Harry was an accidental Horcrux , not one intentionally made.
Rowling hasn’t publicly revealed the exact process to make a Horcrux, but reportedly said her editor threw up after hearing it.( It sounds like the process is nauseating, but we can’t rule in that the editor could’ve had a stomach flu at the time .)
This takes a literal interpreting of Professor Trelawney’s prophecy.
Either must die at the hand of the other for neither can live while the other survives …
He’s now The Boy Who Lived … Forever.
Harry Potter did die, but he was resurrected by the Deathly Hallows.
OK, forget that immortal nonsense. This comes down to the rule that to destroy a Horcrux, you have to destroy the container.
Harry was the container for part of Voldemort’s soul. For the soul to be destroyed, Potter supposedly had to die.
The theory says Potter is coming , not because Voldemort had somehow tethered the two of them together, but because Potter was the Master of Death, being the rightful owner of all the Deathly Hallows.
Yeah, Dumbledore kind of contradicts this theory in Deathly Hallows , telling Potter he didn’t die. But we say he’s full of Hogwarts hogwash. He possibly said that so Harry didn’t know he was the Master of Death. That could go to someone’s head.
Voldemort doesn’t have hair so people couldn’t make Voldey-Polyjuice Potion.
Sure, that could be the reason, but we’d also like to add that the hairlessness could be so he doesn’t get strands stuck in the shower drainage. Both are equally frightening.
Trelawney predicted Dumbledore’s death.
In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban , there’s a moment when 12 people are seated around a table for dinner. Professor Trelawney arrives and Dumbledore rises to offer a chair.
” Sibyll, this is a pleasant astonish !” said Dumbledore, standing up.
She freaks out, saying when 13 people dine together the first to rise will die.
Tumblr points out that there probably already were 13 people at the table, since Ron likely had Scabbers, aka Wormtail, in his pocket. By standing to offer a seat, Dumbledore may have sealed his fate.
The 13 eating together rule supposedly predicted Sirius and Lupin’s deaths, too.
You only get into Gryffindor if you ask.
Throughout the series, you probably “ve noticed that” not all Gryffindors really seem like Gryffindors. Neville doesn’t seem very brave at times, and Hermione’s intellect induces her a perfect Ravenclaw.
Tumblr user claudthecat thinks this is because you get into Gryffindor by asking. We’ve already seen Harry ask to be in Gryffindor, and, yeah, “why theres” Hermione there? Either you get into the House by asking, or the Sorting Hat needs to sort out its priorities.
Harry’s class is so small for a sad reason.
Some fans have noticed that Harry Potter’s class size seems remarkably small, and the cause might be right in front of our faces.
Whether it’s because parents didn’t want to conceive during Voldemort’s reign or Death Eaters killed the families that would be sending kids to school, if Harry’s class really is extra small, He Who Must Not Be Named is likely the reason.
Tumblr user marauders4evr explains:
There’s a reason Neville seemed inept at times.
Unless you’re repotting mandrakes, Neville likely isn’t your go-to wizard for magical purposes. That may simply be because he had the wrong wand.
Neville, who had been using his dad’s wand, gets a new wand after the old one violates during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries.( Remember, the wand is supposed to choose the wizard .) After getting a new wand, he apparently goes on to be a badass, kill Nagini and pose in his underwear in real life.
Neville doesn’t need a Remembrall to remind him to do crunches.
Hermione’s cat used to belong to the Potters.
The theory, which you can read on Quora, states that a cat the Potter had is actually Crookshanks. If true, it could be the reason the cat goes after Scabbers, recognizing him as Peter Pettigrew.
The evidence comes from a letter written by Lily Potter that Harry reads in Deathly Hallows . In the letter, Lily mentions the family had a cat. Hermione bought her cat in Prisoner of Azkaban from someone who said the cat had been around the shop for a while and nobody wanted him.
It’s not purrrfect, but there’s proof these cats could be the same.
The centaurs knew Harry’s fate.
After Harry get saved from Voldemort by the centaur Firenze in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone , it reads 😛 TAGEND
” What have you been telling him ?” growled Bane.” Remember, Firenze, we are sworn not to set ourselves against the heavens. Have we not read what is to come in the movements of the planets ?”
Centaurs are pros at reading the stars and predicting the future, so, yeah, this is a possibility.
Harry Potter imagined everything.
Just like that Nelly songsays,” It was only just a dreaming .”
Though it’s a lame potential, there is a chance that Harry Potter actually hallucinatedeverything that happened in the books to get away from his horrible life with the Dursleys.
Rowling herself has acknowledged that this idea had been suggested to her before. At the time, she didn’t outright deny it. She just said she heard it.
Harry and Ron secretly predicted what would happen in The Goblet of Fire .
While building up their Divination homework in Goblet of Fire , Harry and Ron may have predicted what happens in the Triwizard Tournament.
The passage reads 😛 TAGEND
” Okay…on Monday, I will be in danger of — er — burns .”
” Yeah, you will be ,” said Ron darkly,” we’re find the skrewts again on Monday. Okay, Tuesday, I’ll … erm …”
” Lose a treasured possession ,” told Harry, who was flicking through Unfogging the Future for ideas.
” Good one ,” said Ron, copying it down.” Because of … erm … Mercury. Why don’t you get stabbed in the back by someone you thought was a friend ?”
” Yeah … cool …” said Harry, scribbling it down,” because … Venus is in the twelfth home .”
” And on Wednesday, I think I’ll come off worst in a fight .”
Tumblr user thehpfacts explains 😛 TAGEND
When Harry and Ron begin stimulating up predictions in their Divination homework in” Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ,” they happen to predict, exactly, the dangers that await Harry in the Triwizard tournament: first that he will be” in danger of burns”( the first trial of overcoming a dragon ); next that he will” lose a treasured possession”( Ron, his best friend, whom he will have to recover from the merpeople) and Ron says that he’ll drown( he’s submerged in the Black Lake ); then get” Stabbed in the back by someone you thought was a friend”( his D.A.D.A. Professor ); and finally” came by worse in a fight”( clearly, his duel with Lord Voldemort in the Little Hangleton Graveyard ).
Dementors are interested in Harry because he’s got spirit … Voldemort’s soul.
In the books, it seems like Dementors affect Harry more than your average Hogwarts student. This is a possibility because Harry has part of Voldermort’s soul in him, according to Reddit. The more soul, the better for Dementors.
Aretha Franklin, James Brown and Marvin Gaye would be in trouble.
A visit to St. Mungo’s predicted the future.
Did Rowling secretly warn us of Sirius’ death?
While the group is heading to visit Mr. Weasley in St. Mungo’s during Order of the Phoenix , we read 😛 TAGEND
They climbed a flight of stairs and entered the Creature-Induced Injuries corridor, where the second doorway on the right bear the words:’ Dangerous’ Dai Llewellyn Ward: Serious Bites.
According to some, and apparently first posted on Muggle.net, this was a warning about Sirius Black’s upcoming demise 😛 TAGEND
If you put these words on a sign, they would read: Creature-Induced Injuries. Dangerous Dai Llewellyn Ward Serious Bites Take the first word of each of these and what do you get get? Creature Dangerous Dai Serious? No- Kreacher dangerous, Die Sirius…
Not everyone’s buying it. Some Reddit users disagree, bluntly telling,” That seems incredibly far-fetched and definitely not intentional .”
There was a reason Dumbledore awarded Neville 10 points, other than stealing the House Cup for Gryffindor.
It seems like a bunch of B.S. when Dumbledore dedicates Neville 10 last-second points for standing up to his friends in” Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone .” The phases win the House Cup for Gryffindor, which is totally stupid. But perhaps it wasn’t such a rip off after all.
A Quora user suggests Neville got the points because Dumbledore sincerely knows what it’s like to stand up to friends, needing to face off against his friend/ love, Grindelwald.
Snape’s first words to Harry devoted away his secret.
Thanks to too obsessed fans, it seems this question may have given away Snape’s big secret, his love for Lily Potter. Tumblr user tomhiddles explains it actually has a secret entailing 😛 TAGEND
According to Victorian Flower Language, asphodel is a type of lily entailing’ My sadness follow you to the tomb’ and wormwood entails’ absence’ and also typically symbolized bitternes sorrow. If you blended that, it meant ‘ I bitterly regret Lily’s death ‘.
Of course, Harry wouldn’t know that. We’re not even sure if Rowling knows it, since she hasn’t corroborated or denied.
As much as we’d wish some of these hypothesis were true, sometimes you have to admit they’re “riddikulus”!
Ron Weasley is a time-traveling Dumbledore.
This theory is based off physical descriptions in the books and the fact that Ron and Dumbledore seem to have little linked with each other throughout the series. Because of this, some people believe that Ron and Dumbledore are the same person. Dumbledore has just period traveled to help Harry in the fight against Voldemort.
Rowling tells, “Nah.”
J.K. Rowling is Rita Skeeter.
Yes, “Harry Potter” is real and J.K. Rowling is secretly Rita Skeeter trying to uncovered the magical world to Muggles. Regrettably for Rita/ Rowling, in agreement with the theory, we all believe it’s fiction. No worries. She gets lots of fund and lives happily ever after, anyway.
There’s also an idea floating around that Rowling generated the 7 books as her own seven Horcruxes. We can clump these theories together since they both involve “Harry Potter” being real.
All we can say is: It better not be, or someone owes us some Hogwarts letters.
Draco Malfoy is a werewolf. Oh, and Snape is a vampire.
From physical descriptions in the books and some peculiar activities, the theory popped up that Draco is secretly a werewolf. Furthermore, he was was transformed into a werewolf as penalty for his father’s failings.( Way to go, Lucius .)
Snape, on the other hand, is a vampire. This mostly comes down to Snape being described as having a pale complexion, sometimes being compared to a at-bat and only being a creepy dude.
Unfortunately, Rowling is the silver bullet for these theories.
Muggles already won a war with the wizards.
Are wizards so heavily governed because Muggles believe that it is necessary?
Reddit speculates that Muggles won a war or conflict against the wizards and set up the Ministry of Magic to further suppress wizardkind.
As evidence, the theory shows how wizards of the past, such as the Peverells( on whom” The Tale of the Three Brother” is based ), seemed to be much stronger than wizards in present time.
It’s notable that wizards appear to be heavily governed to the phase where there’s even a registry for Animagi. Because of this, it’s suggested that Muggles were secretly behind the creation of the Ministry to cause the decline of magic and construct wizards think they were doing it to themselves.
Arthur Weasley was under the Imperius curse.
Some think that Arthur Weasley‘s deep disdain for the Malfoys is because he was once placed under the Imperius curse.
It’s a lot of speculation, but it might explain why Arthur seems to have trouble rising in the Ministry ranks( since he would’ve done terrible stuff while under the influence of the curse) and why he hates Lucius Malfoy so much.
Malfoy claimed to have been under the curse when Voldemort was first in power. He was plainly a phony baloney. If Arthur was actually put under the curse, he has a right to hold a rancour.
Ginny narcotic Harry with a love potion.
Redditor colmshan1 990 explains that Ginny dedicated Harry a love potion, and that’s why he all of a sudden is attracted to her.
Bloody hell! What?
The evidence is that Harry didn’t really notice Ginny much until Half-Blood Prince . Then, all of a sudden, it’s see ya later, Cho Chang.
You might say,” Hey, that’s just part of growing up .” But the Redditor disagrees.
Potions, specifically love potions, keep coming up in Half-Blood Prince , the book in which Harry actually notices Ginny. The Redditor claims this is a clue that Ginny devoted a potion to our boy, Harry.
Dumbledore hired Lockhart to expose him as a fraud.
Of all the questions in the Potterverse, one of the most baffle is,” Why the heck did Dumbledore hire Gilderoy Lockhart ?”
The hypotheses are that, since the position was jinxed, there weren’t many applicants. Some theorize on Quora that Dumbledore hired Lockhart because he knew his fraud would be exposed.
Professor McGonagall is a Death Eater.
This is a major stretch, but it comes down to fans wanting there to be some sort of traitor reveal. The first volumes in the series all had exposes, such as Professor Quirrell being evil or Tom Riddle secretly being Voldemort.
The subsequently books were absence these.
Evidence that McGonagall is evil includes her comment about Muggles not being “completely” stupid and her supposed disregard for Harry Potter’s safety.
It’s not a lot, but that’s more than enough for a theory.
Abracadabra could have a dark history in the Muggle world.
Rowling has stated that she based the killing curse, Avada Kedavra, on Abracadabra, which would explain why the words sound similar.
But that’s not good enough for theorists.
Reddit users suggest that the two words sound similar because of the dark past between wizards and Muggles. According to the theory, Abracadabra was adopted into Muggle language after conflicts among the two groups. Some speculate that Muggles say Abracadabra to bastardize the killing curse and taunt wizards.
Remus and Sirius were secret lovers.
This theory /’ ship relies on a lot of quotes taken out of context and prolonged gazes between Sirius Black and Remus Lupin.
Evidence includes phrases from Order of the Phoenix , such as,” Lupin’s eyes were fixed on Sirius ,” and,” Looking away from Sirius at last .”
Sure, Lupin marriage Tonks, but why let that get between true love?Hufflepuff is the stoner house .
Hufflepuff: – Kings of HERBology – LIVED next to the kitchen – Most of them are considered the laid back, comparatively Humble kinds compared to other houses.
It doesn’t get more solid than that.
Professor Quirrell tried to kill Neville.
During flying lessons, Neville’s broomstick flies off erratically, various kinds of like how Potter’s did during a Quidditch match.
Harry’s plight was caused by Professor Quirrell, and Neville happens to be the other possible” Chosen One ,” so who’s to say Quirrell wasn’t trying to take out Neville, too?
Mary Poppins is in the “Harry Potter” universe.
The predominant proof is that the movie version of Mary Poppins is English and uses magic.
This inspired Redditor BiggsyBig to realize that Mary must’ve been a Ministry employee who was assessing Muggle-born wizards, and Bert was plainly a squib who was aware of the magical world.
Unfortunately, Mary was killed in the first rise of Voldemort for being so fond of Muggles. No spoonful of sugar could build that revelation easy to swallow.
George Weasley secretly becomes Willy Wonka.
Apparently, some time after the death of Fred, George Weasley took his body altering confections to his own sweets mill and became Willy Wonka, according to TVTropes.
As we see in the movies, Wonka also has a fondness for sweets that’ll change the style someone looks, and magic would explain Wonka’s crazy inventions.
Snape didn’t die.
Earlier this year, Redditor DER_GOTTKAISER blew our intellects by is recommended that Snape didn’t die in “Harry Potter.” The evidence includes Snape not showing up as a ghost before Harry faced Voldemort in the woods, and the fact that Snape’s body wasn’t discussed or ensure when other bodies were laid out in the movies.
The Redditor says Snape, being a potions master and serving as a double agent, would’ve been prepared for a Nagini attack and took an antidote. Nagini just paralyzed him, and Snape later woke up and lived happily ever after far, far away from Harry Potter.
Is it wishful thinking? Yeah. Do we buy it after all this time? Always.