Harry Potter and the Extreme Theorist

This is a blog dedicated to the many Harry Potter theories and theorists out there. I'll discuss anything and everything regarding theories on the Harry Potter series as well as discussion on the Harry Potter world. I also welcome you to email me with theories you'd like discussed.

Thursday, August 11, 2005

That Fateful Night at Godric's Hollow

In a recent interview JK Rowling gave an extremely vague answer of "no comment" when asked if anyone else was present at Godric's Hollow the night Harry's parents were killed. So, does that mean someone was there or does she just want to get all her fans worked up? Well, taking into consideration that every 'no comment' from Rowling usually means something more important, let's assume someone was there. Message boards are plagued with the question of who was it? The problem with the ideas on who was there is that everyone is sticking to only one person having been there. It may be very well true that only one other person was there, but I believe that there is a bigger possibility that more than one person was there.

For the side of good, apparently a few people knew that Voldemort might try something, so why wouldn't some of the Potters' friends try to help (i.e. Sirius Black). I have a feeling that Sirius was, in fact, present that night as well as Wormtail, aka Peter Pettigrew. Sirius being there is due to the fact that he acted pretty quickly in going after Wormtail and then returning to the Hollow to try and take Harry, meeting Hagrid instead and lending his motorcycle. Wormtail would most likely have been there because how else was Voldemort's wand recovered for use in Goblet of Fire? And unless Snape was feigning ignorance about Wormtail working for Voldemort in Prisoner of Azkaban, it is quite possible that he might also have been there that night, but for whose side, good or evil? Don't forget that Snape is supposed to never have faltered in his support of the Dark Lord, but also was apparently (if my math is correct) already working for Dumbledore at Hogwarts when the Potters died. Snape assumptions aside, I strongly believe in my theory that Sirius and Pettigrew were both present that night and that there is a possibility that others might have been there as well.


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