The Birthplace Of ‘Harry Potter’ Isn’t Where You Thought It Was

The Birthplace Of 'Harry Potter' Isn't Where You Thought It Was

There’s a lot misinformation on the subject of the “Harry Potter” backstory, you’d suppose Rita Skeeter was behind each headline. But on Thursday, writer J.Ok. Rowling determined to place some long-standing rumors to relaxation, revealing the precise birthplace of the collection, amongst different issues.

Rowling first addressed the elephant within the room: Despite what some followers suppose, The Elephant House cafe in Edinburgh, Scotland, wasn’t the spot the place she first put pen to paper (quill to parchment?).

Nope. The precise location is seemingly a room she used to hire in London.

“I was renting a room in a flat over what was then a sports shop. The first bricks of Hogwarts were laid in a flat in Clapham Junction,” the writer wrote.

(We’re guessing the hire simply went up.) 

But “Potter” really began even earlier than that. Rowling has already stated that she got here up with the preliminary concept for the story on a prepare, aka her personal Hogwarts Express.

The writer revealed different inspirational places as nicely, together with the birthplace of Quidditch and a reasonably magical tree.

But in the event you had been planning on feeding a particular parking meter in Edinburgh, you may need to save your (nine-and-three) quarters.

As for the tweets, it’s mischief managed.

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Nicholas Barnes

He is the Editor- Special Entertainment at the Newsreaderweb blog. Joshua K. Paul has won several prestigious awards and scholarships as an Entertainment journalist.

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