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Harry Potter and Friends Spotted in School Yearbook From the ’90s

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J.K. Rowling was an unknown struggling writer when she came up with the Harry Potter universe. And when she wrote it into book form, it became one of the greatest rags-to-riches stories in publishing history. But what if Harry Potter didn’t really come from Rowling’s supple imagination? What if Hogwarts was based on an actual real-life school for wizards, making Harry Potter essentially non-fiction?

The picture above was featured in a yearbook from a school somewhere in Europe during the ’90s — when Rowling was allegedly dreaming up Potter and friends. As you can see, the photo clearly shows Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley.

Yes folks, Harry Potter was real. Now the question is how Rowling was able to pass the boy wizard’s story off as fiction without him coming forward and exposing her as a fraud.

We think this photographic evidence suggests Rowling herself is a witch. And quite a powerful one at that.

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