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My Harry Potter Story

July 29, 2010

Hello, I Dobby

04:24 28/07/2010


I am Greg Simcock, as Author J. K. Rawling. Confused? I don’t blame you. My claims here are valid. I am the genuine and original creator of the Harry Potter stories concepts, main characters, title names and themes.
I am the original author, the creator and designer of the Harry Potter themes and titles, including the main characters, their names and main creatures and features that have been subsequently made into books and films after the theft of my entire working life’s portfolio of artwork and written materials. The exact number of pieces of artwork that has been stolen from my home is unknown, but it would be several thousand drawings and notes pages that were invention design drawings, hand drawn pencil art and several hundred sets of story-boards of stories that were being constructed over my lifetime of designing and inventing.

I am the original creator and designer of the characters and creatures, the main character names, themes & written manuscript material on Harry Potter. This claim includes the book and film title names as has been marketed prefixed with the main character name of Harry Potter. It also includes other publications authored by J.K. Rowling, including The Sorcerer’s Stone and The Tales Of Beedle The Bard!

After 10 years of research into the disappearance of character & theme drawings I am amazed at the brazen claims of origin of the Harry Potter character and story-lines by the named author, J.K. Rowling, so I now write about the theft of the original storyboards and story-line material and designs so as to make public uncertainty as to the true origins of the named character once and for all. My storyboards on the boy Wizard included the themes, titles and main characters and story elements as has been seen by me in films on the series. It may seem that I am too long in coming forward with my claim but the extent of theft is so great that I have not been able to gather enough material that will make my claim acceptable without conjecture until recently. I believe I have now enough information to make my claim acceptable to the public to consider my claim to the origins of the character and its story elements is true.

This is to say that the article being read now is written by the original creator of the boy Wizard named Harry Potter. My stories and inventions artwork got thieved and later appeared on sale by other persons claiming authorship rights. Joanne Rowling is a fraud.

I am a man, not a woman… so this is a clue that will alert you to the fact that the story concept of Harry Potter was originally designed by a male author. Indeed, I am the real creator of Harry Potter and the mark on his forehead. I also created; Hermione, Ron, Dumbledore, Hagrid and others, including Dobby. My author name is J.K. Rawling. In 1978, whilst I was in the Australian Army, stationed in Duntroon Military college, Canberra, I screened a movie, titled “The Cow that fell in the river”. As a young boy I had often thought of being a writer. I was so moved from the response I received from the preschool children I decidedly began forming stories and thinking of a suitable writers name that would have more public appeal than Simcock. As I had designed a storyboard for a movie about me as a mischievous lion cub that grows up to be King of the Proud Lands, which he does, after his father’s demise, and as I am a Leo I formed my writers name of J.K. Rawling. The name was designed to author the story I named The Lion King. A visiting friend, named Alan Page, asked me about my storyboard I had designed for the story and it was not long afterwards that a movie by the same title appeared on the cinema circuit. I recall wondering about the movie and its same name as I had designed for my personal story about my family and up-bringing but I never went to the cinema to see the movie so as to stay away from any similar story-line material that might cause a cry of plagiarism. As I drew often and many things I found myself forming hundreds of stories.

With dreams of castles and knights on horseback and maidens in the towers I had been forming story-line themes and characters for many years. I formed the story concept of Harry Potter over the 9 years I spent as a projectionist, mostly in Puckapunyal Army-Camp cinema. I did not form the drawings until the early to mid 1990’s when Alan Page asked about the storyboards of my Wizard story. The Harry Potter story was not created or thought up over three hours on a delayed train, as claimed by Joanne K. Rowling. The claim of it having been thought up in that time is ridiculous. The claim, by the woman being credited for my stories of Harry Potter, the Harry Potter character, story, and concept elements, having been said to have just popped into my head is unbelievable. I tell you, and I believe, her claim is a lie. The stories and concept of the Harry Potter character, as seen in films, is of my original creations that have been stolen and my story elements have been shown in the films about Harry Potter. I kid you not.

Many of my designs I put in the storyboard were from drawings of technical things called loosely inventions I had designed and drawn. The many unneeded line art drawings of a project design were formed into things that often appeared unusual or odd. I drew often and so I formed hundreds of storyboard sets. Having been a projectionist for 9 years I formed stories in the form of storyboards that a director could use to make a movie from the story shown in the drawings of my art. I believe this may be how the Harry Potter movies were so quickly produced after the books were written. Either way I believe the products were made from well drawn storyboards and I believe they were as I had designed them. I have not seen the last two films in the Harry Potter series but the first five titles were of stories as my storyboards would have appeared to an on-looker who chanced to peruse them, regardless of whether he or she was mooting in a cow paddock or on a delayed train.

Since the theft of my life’s produce of artwork and inventions designs (much of which has come onto the market over the last ten years & more) I have cried my heart out as I painstakingly searched video content of film productions that tell my stories I had designed in the form of story-boards. My writers name, J.K. Rawling, was designed just like the titles of my Wizard stories were designed. Only I know the origins of the title names and the character names, as I am the true originator of these. It may be of interest to learn that the titles published are no different to the title names I formed for my use as my story titles! I was aware of the first Harry Potter film title being as I had designed it and the similarity in writers names too caused me to think the occurrence was too coincidental but I had no known cause to be alarmed at that time, other than the fact that Alan Page had telephoned me soon after the film’s release in Australia and he asked me if I had seen the film. This is when I began to realise my designs may have been accessed by someone! They were not seen again by me in paper form. When the film appeared on television I made a point to watch it and I was astonished to see that its design features, storyline, and concept was identical to how my storyboard had been drawn to show the main scenes, although the film format was much more colourful than my shaded pencil hand drawn story-board designs once appeared to me! Hermione too was as lovely as I had hoped my drawing of her would have looked in colour. I formed Hermione from the name written on my van. It was unusual and not common so my girl became Hermione.

JK Rowling has somehow acted out much of my marketing methods I described to a man named Alan Page. He asked me many design and story-line related questions about my storyboard designs of my Wizard story. I am a Philosopher and my designs were my stone. There are several thousand designs, notes and artwork of stories and inventions I created or were constructing that have gone missing from my home. If you think J.K. Rowling is a plagiarist then I have got some news for you… You are quite correct to believe what I know to be true. For those that don’t believe my claim to being the originator of the Harry Potter story then I am sorry for you, but You have been fooled, as everyone has been, by the wicked untruths that have been cast out to you by the so-called published author.

Can you imagine how I have felt in the time that my hundreds of characters had been stolen. I have felt lost, lonely, depressed and unhappy. However, I have laughed and enjoyed many animations & films made from my designs and storyboard sets, but to give me some credit for my inventions and story creations would not have been all that difficult. J.K. Rowling knows she did not originate the Wizard story. She has shown she can not explain where the story came from and hopes she never finds out, as she has said in a news cast on the Internet. Read a transcript of some of Rowling’s claims here;

Q: open Where did the ideas for the Harry Potter books come from?

A: Rowling: I’ve no idea where ideas come from and I hope I never find out, it would spoil the excitement for me if it turned out I just have a funny little wrinkle on the surface of my brain which makes me think about invisible train platforms.

My story has been told in the films but now it is my turn to reveal, at my pace, the many secrets that are in my story of Harry Potter. As for the person claiming plagiarism for infringing in their story themes I tell you my story about Harry Potter was my origin and nobody else’s and that includes titles mentioned in the web-site one is on. I am interested in learning what the known author thinks is his or her rights in any aspect of the Harry Potter story as it is of my origin.

J.K. Rowling has written the books about Harry but I believe she has done so only from what she deduced from storyboard materials, adding script to explain storyboard elements, such as the Witches Broom named Nimbus 2000. That name was not just a few loose letters formed into a word, hell no… I designed a van I named NIMBUS (Mitsubichi-NIMBUS). As I designed the concept Nimbus vehicle in early 1990’s and Alan Page was asking me about the designs of the Harry Potter storyboards, I deliberately named the broomstick with a name I had used for one of my product designs. The 2000 Olympic games were approaching and so I coined the name of Harry Potter’s witches broom from my NIMBUS van and the year 2000 then to be for the Olympic games here in Australia.

So now you have been told what you had thought for a long time, that the author of the Harry Potter story is a man. I am the man who created the original storyboards that told the story of the boy Wizard named Harry Potter. Hermione too and many other creatures. Click over to and read my article on: The True Origins Of Harry Potter.

Read the short story: “The Slimy Blood-Worm, Author Writes.

Read my poem THE LIAR BIRD on

It tells the story of how my story of Harry Potter got taken and appeared in England by author J.K. Rowling after the theft of the artwork on my stories and inventions.

Happy days,

Author J.K. Rawling,

Creator: Gregory Ronald Simcock

What has been said on this page is true.