J.K. Rowling is cautioning ‘Harry Potter’ fans not to spend any Galleons for a manually written prequel that tumbled off the back of a floor brush because it was stolen.
The burglary happened last month in Birmingham, England at the home of somebody who acquired the prequel at a 2008 philanthropy closeout for about $40k. It’s a quite cool bit of Potter history – 800 words written on a postcard that lay out the story of Harry’s pop, James Potter, and godfather, Sirius Black, as teenagers.
Cops still haven’t made any captures. However, J.K. made a request Friday to her 10 million supporters. Simply an issue of time till somebody whips out the Probity Probe and discovers it, we’re speculating.