Just when you thought Nelle could not get any more evil and crazy, she doesn’t cease to surprise GH fans with what she has up her sleeve. Previously General Hospital spoilers hinted that Nelle married Shiloh and that she would be legally entitled to his shares of ELQ. But it doesn’t stop there with Nelle. Although she is behind bars at Pentonville, she still manages to reek havoc on the residents of Port Charles.
Last week on General Hospital Sam Morgan (Sam Morgan) and Willow Tait (were together when they both received a mysterious text informing them of a memorial service for Shiloh Archer, the former leader of the cult, Dawn of Day. It seems as though everyone who had anything to do with Shiloh or Dawn of Day has received this same message including Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell), Harmony Miller (Inga Cadranel) and more. Odds are Nelle is the one behind setting up the memorial in a disturbing attempt to gather those who were effected by Shiloh’s sick manipulations. It’s likely that at this gathering Nelle will drop a bombshell and make a huge announcement.
General Hospital spoilers have been hinting that Nelle has another shocking plan to reveal and it won’t be something easily overlooked. The word is that since Nelle married Shiloh, although he is dead, his cult and what it represents will continue on. General Hospital spoilers indicate Nelle will make an announcement appointing herself as the new leader. Who better to take over such a thing than Nelle Benson?
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