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The crowd couldnt see what was happening in the stadium. Thats why no one knew Moody interfered, and why people doubted Harry's story.

‘Look, you don’t understand what it was like after it happened,’ said Hermione quietly. ‘You arrived back in the middle of the lawn clutching Cedric’s dead body ... none of us saw what happened in the maze ... we just had Dumbledore’s word for it that You-Know-Who had come back and killed Cedric and fought you.’

The wall of the Maze were high enough that even in the elevated stands the studends couldn't see inside of the maze.

Hundreds of seats were raised in stands around the pitch so that the spectators were high enough to see what was going on.- Sorcerers Stone.

While not clear in the books, the stands are most likely NOT the quidditch stands (as thought of from the movies) which are raised high enough to watch the game which is played between 30-50 feet in the air, stands that high would clearly be able to look into a 20 foot tall maze.

For once the movie actually seems to be accurate and may shed light into how the stands are set up.

[enter image description here] Here we see the students on stands that are at ground level, at the enterance to the maze. The book aggree's that at least where the Gryffandors sat they were able to clearly see Harry and the enterance to the maze.

Harry could just make out Mrs Weasley, Bill, Ron and Hermione applauding Fleur politely, halfway up the stands. He waved up at them, and they waved back, beaming at him.

This is the most logical location due to the only thing the viewers can possibly see is the contestants enter, and then leave the Maze.

This would also easily explain how Moody patrolling either side or the back wall, would be completely out of view from everyone.

The crowd couldnt see what was happening in the stadium. Thats why no one knew Moody interfered, and why people doubted Harry's story.

‘Look, you don’t understand what it was like after it happened,’ said Hermione quietly. ‘You arrived back in the middle of the lawn clutching Cedric’s dead body ... none of us saw what happened in the maze ... we just had Dumbledore’s word for it that You-Know-Who had come back and killed Cedric and fought you.’

The wall of the Maze were high enough that even in the elevated stands the studends couldn't see inside of the maze.

While not clear in the books, the stands are most likely NOT the quidditch stands which are raised high enough to watch the game which is played between 30-50 feet in the air, stands that high would clearly be able to look into a 20 foot tall maze.

For once the movie actually seems to be accurate and may shed light into how the stands are set up.

[enter image description here] Here we see the students on stands that are at ground level, at the enterance to the maze. The book aggree's that at least where the Gryffandors sat they were able to clearly see Harry and the enterance to the maze.

Harry could just make out Mrs Weasley, Bill, Ron and Hermione applauding Fleur politely, halfway up the stands. He waved up at them, and they waved back, beaming at him.

This is the most logical location due to the only thing the viewers can possibly see is the contestants enter, and then leave the Maze.

This would also easily explain how Moody patrolling either side or the back wall, would be completely out of view from everyone.

The crowd couldnt see what was happening in the stadium. Thats why no one knew Moody interfered, and why people doubted Harry's story.

‘Look, you don’t understand what it was like after it happened,’ said Hermione quietly. ‘You arrived back in the middle of the lawn clutching Cedric’s dead body ... none of us saw what happened in the maze ... we just had Dumbledore’s word for it that You-Know-Who had come back and killed Cedric and fought you.’

The wall of the Maze were high enough that even in the elevated stands the studends couldn't see inside of the maze.

Hundreds of seats were raised in stands around the pitch so that the spectators were high enough to see what was going on.- Sorcerers Stone.

While not clear in the books, the stands are most likely NOT the quidditch stands (as thought of from the movies) which are raised high enough to watch the game which is played between 30-50 feet in the air, stands that high would clearly be able to look into a 20 foot tall maze.

For once the movie actually seems to be accurate and may shed light into how the stands are set up.

[enter image description here] Here we see the students on stands that are at ground level, at the enterance to the maze. The book aggree's that at least where the Gryffandors sat they were able to clearly see Harry and the enterance to the maze.

Harry could just make out Mrs Weasley, Bill, Ron and Hermione applauding Fleur politely, halfway up the stands. He waved up at them, and they waved back, beaming at him.

This is the most logical location due to the only thing the viewers can possibly see is the contestants enter, and then leave the Maze.

This would also easily explain how Moody patrolling either side or the back wall, would be completely out of view from everyone.

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The crowd couldnt see what was happening in the stadium. Thats why no one knew Moody interfered, and why people doubted Harry's story.

‘Look, you don’t understand what it was like after it happened,’ said Hermione quietly. ‘You arrived back in the middle of the lawn clutching Cedric’s dead body ... none of us saw what happened in the maze ... we just had Dumbledore’s word for it that You-Know-Who had come back and killed Cedric and fought you.’

The wall of the Maze were high enough that even in the elevated stands the studends couldn't see inside of the maze.

While not clear in the books, the stands are most likely NOT the quidditch stands which are raised high enough to watch the game which is played between 30-50 feet in the air, stands that high would clearly be able to look into a 20 foot tall maze.

For once the movie actually seems to be accurate and may shed light into how the stands are set up.

[enter image description here] Here we see the students on stands that are at ground level, at the enterance to the maze. The book aggree's that at least where the Gryffandors sat they were able to clearly see Harry and the enterance to the maze.

Harry could just make out Mrs Weasley, Bill, Ron and Hermione applauding Fleur politely, halfway up the stands. He waved up at them, and they waved back, beaming at him.

This is the most logical location due to the only thing the viewers can possibly see is the contestants enter, and then leave the Maze.

This would also easily explain how Moody patrolling either side or the back wall, would be completely out of view from everyone.

The crowd couldnt see what was happening in the stadium. Thats why no one knew Moody interfered, and why people doubted Harry's story.

‘Look, you don’t understand what it was like after it happened,’ said Hermione quietly. ‘You arrived back in the middle of the lawn clutching Cedric’s dead body ... none of us saw what happened in the maze ... we just had Dumbledore’s word for it that You-Know-Who had come back and killed Cedric and fought you.’

The wall of the Maze were high enough that even in the elevated stands the studends couldn't see inside of the maze.

The crowd couldnt see what was happening in the stadium. Thats why no one knew Moody interfered, and why people doubted Harry's story.

‘Look, you don’t understand what it was like after it happened,’ said Hermione quietly. ‘You arrived back in the middle of the lawn clutching Cedric’s dead body ... none of us saw what happened in the maze ... we just had Dumbledore’s word for it that You-Know-Who had come back and killed Cedric and fought you.’

The wall of the Maze were high enough that even in the elevated stands the studends couldn't see inside of the maze.

While not clear in the books, the stands are most likely NOT the quidditch stands which are raised high enough to watch the game which is played between 30-50 feet in the air, stands that high would clearly be able to look into a 20 foot tall maze.

For once the movie actually seems to be accurate and may shed light into how the stands are set up.

[enter image description here] Here we see the students on stands that are at ground level, at the enterance to the maze. The book aggree's that at least where the Gryffandors sat they were able to clearly see Harry and the enterance to the maze.

Harry could just make out Mrs Weasley, Bill, Ron and Hermione applauding Fleur politely, halfway up the stands. He waved up at them, and they waved back, beaming at him.

This is the most logical location due to the only thing the viewers can possibly see is the contestants enter, and then leave the Maze.

This would also easily explain how Moody patrolling either side or the back wall, would be completely out of view from everyone.

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The crowd couldnt see what was happening in the stadium. Thats why no one knew Moody interfered, and why people doubted Harry's story.

‘Look, you don’t understand what it was like after it happened,’ said Hermione quietly. ‘You arrived back in the middle of the lawn clutching Cedric’s dead body ... none of us saw what happened in the maze ... we just had Dumbledore’s word for it that You-Know-Who had come back and killed Cedric and fought you.’

The wall of the Maze were high enough that even in the elevated stands the studends couldn't see inside of the maze.