Five Outlandish Theories About Harry Potter That Were Proven Right

To say that "Harry Potter" has a lot of wild stuff is an understatement of the highest caliber.

Students like Daniel Radcliffe's Harry Potter, Emma Watson's Hermione Granger, and Rupert Grint's Ron Weasley try on a magical hat that determines if they are a Hufflepuff, 

 bold, clever, or something else when they first enroll at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. 

 Mandrake plants have roots that resemble human babies, and a mature man can be killed by their screams.

In addition to having limitless space, witches and wizards may create meals with magical kitchenware and extend tents, automobiles, and handbags.

 Children fly around playing a very dangerous sport on brooms, potions of love and luck abound,

 magical persons may teleport at the drop of a hat (albeit they may inadvertently leave an eyebrow or scoop of flesh behind in the process). A gigantic tree that can beat you to death is also located at Hogwarts. 

Let's just say that there's a lot going on in the "Harry Potter" series, and because the wizarding world seems to have limitless possibilities, 

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