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Professor Douglas Storm is John Storm's uncle. He is the designer of the Elizabeth Swann. He was a consultant to the British Ministry of Defence, with respect to cyber security and the design of special vehicles. During his time working as an engineer, he assembled  number of specialist teams and secured patents for umpteen inventions. Using artificially intelligent computers developed for navigation, energy harvesting and other efficient operation of vessels, he discovered a high level of covert operations of questionable legality. He thus became a target, rather than an asset. Regarded as a potential whistleblower.


Professor Storm became legally declared dead at the age of ninety, where he had been missing for a number of years. The MOD's official explanation is that died in an 'accident' while involved in the testing of a top-secret and very high speed underwater craft. But the circumstances were never fully investigated or explained - even though Zheng Ling is arrested for his murder. The mini-sub and the body of the Professor were never recovered, and a USB stick containing evidence against Zheng Ling, proves to be unreliable. Some officials were sacked as a result of the incident. Others were promoted. Suggesting that whatever happened was no accident.


The Professor's friend, George Franks, is keen to get to the bottom of that matter, suspecting foul play. He does not believe in coincidences, where Professor Storm was a thorn in the side of many a government administration for anti-slavery human rights and political corruption work - so had many enemies in high places. Including politicians and banks. Working for cheap energy, low cost housing and environmentally friendly transport, he was dead against the modern disease of financial slavery - and a proponent of a sustainable society - with a genuinely circular economy.

Professor Storm is a fictional character in the John Storm 'inner-space' adventure series. He is one of the mainstay supporting characters in this Treasure Island story.






Only gold, silver and gemstones were worth anything to captains of old. The currency was easy to trade and did not corrode, so ideal to be secreted in the most inhospitable environments. Paper money is worthless, when the value can rise and fall, without anything tangible to back the promises written thereon. In the modern world, with rampant inflation and cost of living crises, we'd have to agree with the pirates.











Admiral Sir (Captain) Henry Morgan

Privateer & Governor of Jamaica

Ark, The

The world's largest, most comprehensive interactive DNA database


A digital communication interface for the human brain


Edward Teach, privateer turned pirate, tortured & murdered

Captain Nemo

AI onboard computer system

Charley Temple

Researcher & camerwoman, good friend of John Storm

CyberCore Genetica

The world's smallest, fastest and most powerful nano supercomputer

Dan Hawk

Computer wizard, gaming champion, crew member Elizabeth Swann

Dr Roberta Treadstone

Blue Shield, Newcastle University, England

Elizabeth Swann

Fastest solar/hydrogen ship & floating laboratory

Excalibur, Pendragon & Merlin

Anti piracy weapon & ship security system

George Franks

Legal and intelligence trust manager, Swindles & Gentry


The onboard AI supercomputer ship manager

Jill Bird

Senior BBC news presenter world service anchor

John Storm

Ocean adventurer, amateur anthropologist, & marine archaeologist

Katy, Kitty

The ships cat and lucky mascot

Professor Douglas Storm

John Storm's uncle, designer of Elizabeth Swann

Professor Jacques Pierre Daccord

UNESCO sunken realms division, conservationist

Sam Hollis

BBC & Sky freelance investigative reporter Caribbean regions

Scott Tremaine

Treasure hunting professional & ships captain

Shui Razor

Japanese privateer, ocean conservationist and historian

Sir Rodney Baskerville

Professor of Maritime History & oceanographer

Steve Green

Freelance reporter, friend of Charley Temple

Suki Hall

A marine biologist, admirer of John's work

Tom Hudson

Sky News Editor, always looking for an exclusive

Trisha Lippard

Cleopatra's call sign to protect her royal identity





Alexander Spotswood

Ambitious, (disgruntled) Governor of Virginia

Billy (Bones) One Eye

Pirate sailor, marksman ex marines SBS

Captain Flint

John Long's pet parrot, pieces of eight

Commander James William Maynard

British Royal Navy, MOD, Antiquities & Acquisitions, Special Ops

Hispaniola, The

Lord Huntington's converted Arctic survey vessel

Jack Boon (Black Jack)

Pirate computer expert hacker

King Charles II

British Empire colonial slave trader, commissioner of privateers

King James II

British Royal African Company, slave trader, colonial bloody triangle

Lieutenant Robert Maynard

British naval officer, HMS Pearl, who tortured Blackbeard

Lord James Huntington

Opportunist, British Geographical Society

Robin (John) Longstride

Pirate leader, bare knuckle fighter with silvery tongue

William Gray

Cashiered US Navy Captain, snitch & mastermind













 The Adventures of John Storm - Kulo Luna the $Billion Dollar Whale       Queen Cleopatra last Paraoh of Egypt - The Mummy             




Draft scripts for Kulo-Luna and Cleopatra The Mummy are published with 'Treasure Island' under development for 2024 release. The three films could be shot back to back - as a franchise - to make the most of the Elizabeth Swann. Screenplays available in Final Draft format for Studio executives, producers & directors.








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