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Glinda Crook was a witch who worked for the Campaign for Greater Freedom for Wizards. She spoke on behalf of the organisation in the Daily Prophet, stating its opposition to new Ministry of Magic regulations, which were intended to limit magical activity on Hallowe'en.
- Glinda means "pure; good" in Welsh
- The last name Crook originates from the byname "Krókr" which means "crook; bend" in Old Norse
Behind the scenes
- The name Glinda might have been taken from the character Glinda the Good Witch in the Oz books first written by L. Frank Baum.