The Pensieve scenes in the sixth “Harry Potter” book reveal so much of Voldemort’s history. Here’s why their omission from the films was a mistake.
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Lord Voldemort always hated Muggles, but we bet if the Internet had existed in the ’30s, he might’ve made an exception for that piece of technology.
When reading “Cursed Child,” didn’t it feel strange to see Voldemort with a child? Here’s why we don’t think he’s really Delphi’s father.
– In Chapter 19 of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry suffers a nasty Quidditch injury at the hands of Cormac McLaggen. While in the hospital wing, Harry sends Kreacher and Dobby to...
“Promptly Potter” Episode 118: “One Is Dead, One Is Protected by Voldemort, and One Won’t Take the Bait”
– In Chapter 24 of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, students return to Hogwarts after the holidays and Harry attends his first Occlumency lesson with Snape. – Today’s prompt is “Is...
Snape is a crucial piece of the prophecy – no matter which boy Voldemort chooses to attack.
Should the basilisk bite have destroyed the bit of Voldemort’s soul in Harry? MuggleNet takes a look at this theory.
After a close examination of Voldemort’s actions and his quotes from the books, we’ve compiled a list of 21 times Voldemort proved he was smitten.
Did Merope’s use of a Love Potion mean Voldemort could never love? An investigation into the roots of this theory throws its validity into question.