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This house was the home of a French Non-Magique family in Paris, before the Dark Wizard Gellert Grindelwald and his acolytes attacked the home and murdered the family in order to use it as a temporary hideout.
Under Non-Magique family ownership
Grindelwald's brief lodging
In September of 1927, three months after he escaped imprisonment at MACUSA, Gellert Grindelwald travelled to this house in Paris and ordered his acolytes to murder the house's Non-Magique residents, an unknown couple and their infant son with the Killing Curse. so they could use the home as a temporary headquarters as they searched for Credence Barebone.
During his brief time at the house, Grindelwald urged Queenie Goldstein to join his cause, which worked due to her failing relationship with No-Maj, Jacob Kowalski. He also let his acolytes see his visions in this house by using his skull-hookah. The ultimate fate of the house after Grindelwald and his followers fled Paris is unknown.
- Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (First appearance)
- Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald - The Original Screenplay
Notes and references
|Acolytes||Abernathy | Credence Barebone (defected) | Carrow | Queenie Goldstein (defected) | Krafft | Krall (deceased) | MacDuff | Nagel | Vinda Rosier | Zabini|
|Followers||Cassius Bell | Gunnar Grimmson | Helmut | Karl | Anton Vogel | Henrietta Fischer|
|Headquarters||Unidentified home | Nurmengard|