Is there anything about the magical world of 'Harry Potter' that we don't already know? It seems impossible given the number of times we've all seen the movies or read the books. But did you know all 10 of these facts?
Author J.K. Rowling has admitted that she once thought about killing Ron Weasley out of sheer spite. She also planned to kill Arthur Weasley in 'The Order of the Phoenix' but decided to kill Sirius Black instead.
The Weasley twins--Fred and George--were born on April Fool's Day. How appropriate!
All the half numbers of platforms at King's Cross are used by wizards and witches. For example, platform 7 1/2 is the Orient Express.
Almost all the members of the Black family are named after constellations.
There are over 700 fouls in the popular wizard game called Quidditch.
While she never changed her maiden name, Minvera McGongall was in fact married. Her husband died from a poisonous spider bite.
Going by the book's timeline, Voldemort died at the age of 71.
Harry, Hermione and Ron all eventually got their own chocolate frogs for ending Voldemort's plans.
In the earliest stages of the novels, several characters had different name such as: Hermione Puckle, Neville Puff, and Draco Spinks.
Breaking with tradition, Professor Snape was not given a portrait in the Headmaster's office when he died. Harry fought Hogwarts on this and insisted that Snape's picture belonged next to Dumbledore's. Harry won.