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10 Things You Didn't Know About Harry Potter's Scar
Harry Potter's scar ISN'T actually a lightning bolt - and fans can't cope
The more you know! There is debate surrounding the idea as fans cannot prove whether or not that is the official hand motion. Fans noted that Voldemort did appear to be doing the hand motion in the film when he tried to kill Harry. See how Harry Potter fans reacted on Twitter to the news, also hear some of their proposed theories. A little skeptical. In Book 1 we learn that Dumbledore has a curse scar that is a perfect map of the London Underground above his knee. Maybe the scar is backwards too because of the curse reflecting back onto Voldemort so is not the impact of the curse, but the impact of reflecting it?
Harry Potter has obtained a number of scars over his lifetime, as well as a few injuries that may have resulted in scarring. - Author JK Rowling shocked fans worldwide in when she confirmed that Headmaster Albus Dumbledore was gay, for example, and she has continued to reveal important bits of information about the series over the years.
Harry had the scar for pretty much his entire life, after Voldemort tried to kill him when he was just a baby. However, a Twitter account pointed out earlier this year that the boy wizard's marking on his forehead may be something else - the hand motion to cast Avada Kedavra. The post was originally shared back in January, but considering today would have been Harry's 39th birthday if, y'know, he was real , we figured there's no better time to bring it back. Today Years Old shared a photo of Harry lifting up his hair to show his scar alongside a screen grab from the Harry Potter Wiki entry on the killing curse. Sophie White joins us for our th episode of Girls With Goals! Click play to listen below