From Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
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Madam Rosmerta: "Of all the people to go over to the Dark Side, Sirius Black was the last I’d have thought … I mean, I remember him when he was a boy at Hogwarts. If you’d told me what he was going to become, I’d have zei you’d had too much mead." (PA10)
Just over a jaar after his unprecedented escape from Azkaban Prison, it seems Sirius Black has died. There is no body to toon as evidence, but a credible bron inside the Ministry reports that Black died in a battle that occurred last week in the Department of Mysteries. This might be a cause for celebration, as Black was considered one of Voldemort’s most trusted agents, except that the same bron posits that Black died protecting The Boy Who Lived. The bron claims that Black was killed door his own cousin-- fellow Azkaban escapee and known Death Eater-- Bellatrix Black Lestrange, and...
Notorious Mass Murderer of Innocent Singing Sensation?
For fourteen years Sirius Black has been believed guilty of the mass murder of twelve innocent Muggles and one wizard. Black's audacious escape from Azkaban two years geleden has led to the widest manhunt ever conducted door the Ministry of Magic. None of us have ever questioned that he deserves to be recaptured and handed back to the Dementors.
BUT DOES HE?
Startling new evidence has recently come to light that Sirius Black may not have committed the...
Were Sirius Black somehow capable of getting some short and other very, very long messages to certain people at the moment he died, this is what he would have said. To Hermione Granger: I am forever grateful for your intelligence and courage. I truly and literally owe u my soul. To Ron Weasley: I’m still really sorry I had to break your leg. It was necessary. I’m sure u understand. To Peter Pettigrew: I will find u in Hell someday. u mark my words. To Molly Weasley: For all of our differences, u are the closest thing to a mother Harry has ever known. I...
Okay, so everyone knows how Sirius Black died in HP, but maybe he didn't die. Here's my theory:
After Sirius fell behind the curtain, he was sort of in a state between life and death. Lucky for him, he finds a door. He opens the door and finds himself in the Room of Requirement, thanks to the many mysteries of Hogwarts. He soon finds the passage way to Hogsmeade, and apparates, since he's not on school grounds anymore. He goes to Grimmauld Place and gets rid of the death eaters. After that, Sirius says to himself: I've gotta tell Harry I'm alive! But, he'll get...
a few hours later we were all at the station in Hogsmade with a really, really tall man, i guessed he was half giant, while James and Sirius insisted that he fell into cauldron of skelgro as a kid.
"Firs' years over 'ere!" he shouted his voice was ear shattering. he led us toward the lake and the boats. "Four to a boat, not more." he shouted. James, Sirius, Remus and I got into one together, while Peter got into one with Lily and Snivellus. "can u believe it, in a few minuten we're going to get to see Hogwarts!:" i zei anxiously.
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door the time i got to the compartment there were two meer boys, one with black hair and hazel eyes who had a huge grin on his face and the other who i recongnized the moment i laid eyes on him.
i opened the door gently, didn't want to break anything, now did i? " Do u mind if i sit here, there's hardly room anywhere else." i asked Sirius turned around, now Black probably understood my situation, then again he most likley did not, but for whatever the reason he said, "Sure, take a seat, my name's Sirius, this is James Potter," he paused as if he expected me to get up and...
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