Posted: 27 November, 2015
Only Die Hard Harry Potter Fans Picked Up On This Clue
It was right there!
It seems every week people are picking up on tiny details mentioned in their favourite movies, shows and books, so, did you pick up on this one?
JK Rowling really didn’t miss a beat when it came to planting clues throughout the Harry Potter books.
Fans of the series will yell out “um..OBVI” when you try to inform them about JK Rowling’s little Easter Eggs...
BUT, for many people this tiny Horcrux mention will make your want to re-read Order Of The Phoenix, like NOW!
Remember when Harry, Hermione and the Weasley kids were cleaning out the House of Black? Well, you might want to read that chapter again…particularly this passage:
"They found an unpleasant looking silver instrument, something like a many-legged pair of tweezers, which scuttles up Harry’s arm like a spider when he picked it up, and attempted to puncture is skin. Sirius seized it and smashed it with a heavy book entitled Nature’s Nobility: A Wizarding Genealogy. There was a musical box that emitted a faintly sinister, tinkling tune when wound, and they all found themselves becoming curiously weak and sleepy, until Ginny had the sense to slam the lid shut; a heavy locket that none of them could open; a number of ancient seals…"
SPOILER ALERT (but get it together, you should have read it by now).
In case you missed it - that sealed locket was Voldemort's Horcrux of a locket that Sirius’s bro, Regulus, stole!
In case you have in fact been paying attention, we know it’s the same locket because Mundungus admitted to stealing it from Sirius’s house! …..and then sold it to the demon of a woman that is Dolores Umbridge. Yep. K thnks bye.
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