There’s nothing like a batch of Harry Potter fan theories straight out of the piping hot cauldron of the Internet to make the day seem brighter. The Potter books and films are seemingly made for fan theories, with new ones popping up daily. Rowling’s (or should we call her Rita?) vibrant world is dissected all the time despite the fact that the first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, was published in 1997. Even Rowling enjoys Harry Potter universe theories. She particularly likes the one about Dumbledore being Death in the Deathly Hallows story of the Peverell brothers. She said, “It fits.”
But does the fan theory that Ginny slipped Harry a magical love roofie fit? Because for the longest time, it seemed like she was the only one carrying a torch, and Harry couldn’t have cared less. How about this one: Dumbledore is actually Ron? And George Weasley is Willy Wonka? Yep, there are some pretty wild, yet fun, Harry Potter theories out there.
There are quite a few strongly-held Harry Potter fan theories that make sense. Like how Draco Malfoy is a werewolf. He’s got that tortured thing going on. Is this the Dark Lord’s doing? Did Voldy have Fenrir take a chunk out of Malfoy because he failed to deliver the prophecy, and this was something that happened to Death Eater’s children when they messed up?
And with the addition of the new Fantastic Beasts series, new theories have popped up. Is Credence Barebone Voldemort’s dad? Is Percival Graves actually Gellert Grindelwald? Did Newt Scamander give Hagrid Aragog? So many theories sprouting up and will only grow as the five-film series rolls on.