• Event Mundungus Fletcher admits to having stripped 12 Grimmauld Place of its valuables sometime after Albus Dumbledore’s death. While trying to sell them in Diagon Alley, Mundungus was approached by Dolores Umbridge, who asked to see his Ministry sales permit. Instead of landing him with a… Read More
• Lakes and marshes The underground lake was located in the sea cave where Voldemort hid the locket Horcrux. The lake was clear and still, but beneath its surface floated hundreds of Inferi. When the water was touched by a human hand, the Inferi would rise and attack. In the center of the lake was an… Read More
• Spells The Unforgivable Curses are three curses in particular that when used on another human being can result in a life term in Azkaban. These three curses were used extensively by Voldemort’s followers during his rise to power in the 1970s, and their use by Aurors against suspects was in turn… Read More
• Character After stealing Salazar Slytherin’s locket from Hepzibah Smith, Tom Riddle used the murder of a Muggle tramp to turn the locket into a Horcrux with part of his soul inside (BLC). Read More
• Character When he found Ravenclaw’s diadem in Albania, Voldemort killed a peasant and used his or her death to turn the priceless object into a Horcrux (BLC). Read More
• Wizarding villages Though a Muggle village, Upper Flagley has long been home to a large number of wizarding families as well, much like Ottery St. Catchpole and Godric’s Hollow (DH16). Harry, Ron, and Hermione tried searching here briefly for one of Voldemort’s Horcruxes, but with no success (DH22).  St. Oswald’s… Read More
• Character Urquhart Rackharrow invented the Entrail-Expelling Curse in the 1600s. A portrait of him hung in the Dai Llewellyn Ward at St. Mungo’s (OP22). Read More