Bat Bogey Hex

The Bat Bogey Hex is a hex that tranforms bogeys into large bats that fly out of the victim’s nose.

Bat Bo·gey Hex
/bat ˈbōɡē heks  /
noun

Bat Bogey Hex History

A spell which turns the target bogeys into large bats that fly out of their nose. Should only be used on humans.

Bat Bogey Hex Etymology

Invented in the mid-20th century by Miranda Goshawk to force her older sister to be quiet long enough for her to speak. One of the most notable incidents occurred in 1972, when an entire class was affected by the hex. The hex is covered in the Theory of Charms Ordinary Wizarding Levels examination.



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