General Hospital Spoilers: Liz’s Stalker A Blast From Her Past?

With the help of Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton), Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) has been wracking her brain trying to figure out who is obsessed with either her late husband Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth) or she, herself.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Elizabeth and Finn keep working toward getting the answers they need to end this threatening situation.

General Hospital spoilers and rumors suggest that perhaps the stalker isn’t really fixated on Franco, but on Elizabeth. But who is obsessed with Liz? Back in her teen years, Elizabeth was a victim of rape. Thankfully she has Lucky Spencer (Jonathan Jackson) by her side as she dealt with the aftermath of the traumatic event. Liz was also the fixation of a Port Charles resident with major ties to the city and its people. As the brother of Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) and father of Molly Lansing Davis (Haley Pullos), Ric has roots in PC.

General Hospital rumors claim Ric Lansing (Rick Hearst) could rear his head and revert to his days of obsessing over Elizabeth. Ric went into a downward spiral when his obsession with having a baby with Liz and the kidnapping of Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright).

It seems that Betsy Frank is too obvious of a choice, and Liz’s son Jake Webber seemed to be genuinely shaken by the whole thing. Why not throw us for a loop and resurface a blast from the past?

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