When the headmaster of Hogwarts sent his students on an excursion to the Forbidden Forest, the students didn’t think much of it.
In fact, they didn’t even think much at all of their new school, the Hogwart’s Potions Department.
They only thought it was a new school.
But after a while, they found themselves fascinated by its mysteries, and in time they began to develop their own theories about the school’s history.
Now, the school is back in the headlines, with the latest revelation that the Hogwarts professors were all secretly witches.
As reported by the Guardian, some students even became obsessed with their school’s secret history.
One student even went so far as to paint a wall outside their classroom in a witch’s face, with her signature wand.
Professor McGonagall, who has been an outspoken supporter of the school since its founding, is among those who believe her students were duped by the witches.
Her students were not told they were working with a witch, she said, but were told they had a job at the school.
Professor McGonagalls students, who have been told they have a job in the school, are shown in the background.
“If the students were told the truth and not told the deception, it is the very nature of witchcraft,” she said.
While the students had initially rejected the witch theory, the teacher admitted she had no choice.
“I am a witch,” she told the Guardian.
“This school has a very special place for me and I have never denied that.”
Despite this, Professor McGONAGALL has defended her decision to allow the students to work with witches, saying she is only telling them the truth to keep them safe.
“The students who are there to do the research and to keep me safe are not part of the conspiracy,” she wrote in a blog post.
“They are part of me.
I do not know how they are supposed to know that they are not working for a witch or for the Dark Arts, but that is not a secret that I tell them.”
In the article, Professor Gollum, who is a professor of potions, claimed that his students were a bit “a bit too stupid” to believe in the true history of the School.
“It’s a little bit scary,” he said.
“There’s a bit of magic in Hogwarts.”
Another student who works for the school in a job that has nothing to do with the school said the whole thing was just a bit too much.
“All of the witches are witches, right?
All of them,” he told the BBC.
“And the Headmaster and the Headmistress have the power of the Dark and are able to do all sorts of things, so it’s not a mystery at all.
I just don’t think it’s as big a secret as people think.”
Professor Golling, who also teaches potions, told the UK’s ITV news channel that he is still baffled by the whole affair.
“We have the school we’ve known for so long, and it’s still a bit bizarre,” he says.
“Why is the head of the department doing all this?
It’s all just nonsense.”
However, the headmistress defended the witch theories, saying: “They don’t all have to do that.
There are people who love the school and are passionate about it.
And there are people that want to put the school out of business.”