Werewolf Attack: Quidditch Star Haisley Rothenberg DEAD
The warm Easter Weekend calm was shattered on the night of the full moon as a werewolf attack caused the death of Quidditch World Cup Star Haisley Rothenberg in Godric’s Hollow.
According to early reports, a small sleepover in one of the houses to the east of the village was left in tatters after a werewolf broke into the house and attacked. Haisley Rothenberg, 19, of The Ballycastle Bats reportedly died protecting the children in the house. There have been calls from her teammates and fans for her to be honoured with a Posthumous Order of Merlin, first class, which the Wizengamot are apparently already considering.
It was lucky, with Rothenberg defending them, that no one else in the household died or was severely injured. The Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures have released a statement that there were no life altering injuries with those present in the house getting away with only scratches which have been treated with silver infused dittany at St Mungo’s Outreach.
The Department of Magical Law Enforcement have apprehended the suspects in the attack and a trial will soon be to follow. There is strong speculation that the Wizarding Community may see their first werewolf execution since the Werewolf Registration Act began to be enforced.
– Saffron Foxclaw, Current Events
Godric’s Hollow: Biggest breach of the Statute of Secrecy since 1932?
The Easter Weekend attack in Godric’s Hollow saw a flurry of Ministry activity in the usually quiet and sleepy southern village.
The Office of Misinformation within The Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, and The Muggle-Worthy Excuse Committee within The Department of Magical Accidents and Catastrophes have been working hard to debunk the muggle media hype that has followed the Werewolf attack in Godric’s Hollow.
The Obliviator Squad were on immediate damage control, removing muggle mobile telephonic devices to prevent the spread of muggle knowledge of the attack, however a muggle ticktocker (a telephonic device that spreads videographic images to other telephonic devices) caught the aftermath of the attack on their mobile telephonic device and went “viral” (a muggle term where something becomes immediately popular).
The Office of Misinformation and The Muggle-Worthy Excuse Committee worked hard overnight to dispel the incident in the muggle media.
BBC News reported:
“Godric’s Hollow goes viral in staged “werewolf” attack during the Easter Full Moon!
Tiktok user GHollonesome547 hosted a live stream showing amazing VFX work as children were seen to be mauled by someone made up to be a werewolf. The panicked voice over and shaky camerawork was reminiscent of cult classic ‘The Blair Witch Project’.
The video was seen to culminate in a spectacular display of VFX as the ground rumbled and came to life in the form of an earth man to protect a child running away from the scene with the earth man attacking the wolf in retaliation.
Viewers, however, were disappointed at the abrupt ending and apparent cultist plot twist. Large VFX production companies have apparently reached out to GHollonesome547 for collaborations despite the viral video already being taken down for ‘gore’.”