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Harry Potter Fans Just Discovered A Bizarre Portrait At Hogwart's--And It's A Sight To Behold

It's been 13 years since the release of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the third film in the series and, if many film buffs are to be believed, perhaps the best. But even though some kids who enjoyed the film at its premiere are now in their 20s and 30s, we're still finding new details hidden in the intricately designed world of Hogwarts. 

Not too long ago, fans of the Potter universe noticed a familiar name from Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them on the Marauder's Map:

Now fans have discovered another easter egg hidden in the background of a shot. When Harry and the other Gryffindors are attempting to enter their common room, a painting of Voldemort appears in the bottom right quadrant of the screen. 

Voldemort seems to be enjoying the painful music in the jiggy way only Voldemort can:

Take a peak at the scene. Watch for Voldy at 1:17.

Fans are wondering how they didn't notice the Dark Lord...

Some actually don't believe the painting is even Voldemort:

Others buy the idea 100%.

But it turns out both groups were wrong. On all of Twitter, only one man figured out the real truth:

Regardless, this entire debate has inspired the same feeling in most Potter fans:

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