General Hospital Spoilers: Phyllis Reveals To Sonny What She Knows About Nina’s Child, Tries To Make Up For A Past Mistake That Still Haunts

It’s evident that nurse Phyllis Caulfield (Joyce Guy) is still struggling with a past mistake that still haunts her today. She has gone above and beyond to help a post and confused man who showed up unexpectedly. She has a big heart and genuinely wants to help, but that’s not her only reason for doing all she can.

General Hospital spoilers reveal, Phyllis Caulfield is haunted by her past and wants to do right in her life to make up for the wrong. Almost thirty years ago, Phyllis is the nurse that handled the black market adoption between Madeline Reeves (Donna Mills) and Frank Benson. She knows that Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) is looking for her long lost daughter, but gave no concrete information on any possible leads. All Nina knows is that this adoption took place in Florida.

Although the story line seems to be pointing to having Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier) turn out to be Nina’s daughter, General Hospital rumors suggest Harmony Miller’s possible involvement could mean that Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) is actually the true daughter of Nina. It’s true that Nelle has had the heart shaped necklace since she was a child, and that’s likely due to Willow’s description of her mother, stating that Harmony “packs light.” GH rumors claim Harmony left that necklace with Frank and Nelle when the necklace actually belonged to Willow.

General Hospital previews show Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) asking Phyllis why she cares so much about a stranger. This question could lead to a confession by Phyllis, admitting more than she let on when talking to Nina. Is Phyllis the key to unlocking Nina’s long lost daughter mystery?

Marie is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.