General Hospital Spoilers: The Hook Killer’s Target Revealed! Portia And Trina Rattled After PCPD Shows Up With A Warning

Portia and Trina GH hook killer target

The GH hook killer’s target revealed! The terror in Port Charles has been going on for far too long. After Ava Jerome (Maura West) became the first victim, eyes glared toward her husband. Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma) was a suspect for a brief moment, however, the hook killer struck again. The second strike occurred when Nik was at the hospital. At that point it was apparent Nikolas couldn’t possibly in two places at once. It was then believed the hook attacks on the people of Port Charles were random acts like random acts of violence.

General Hospital recaps recall how things began to piece together. Fast forward a few weeks, and Portia Robinson (Brook Kerr) had raised concerns. She voiced her concerns regarding the common factor among all victims. Portia concluded all victims were tied to Trina except Brando Corbin (Johnny Wactor).

In the latest General Hospital previews Jordan Ashford (Tanisha Harper) is shown talking to Portia Robinson and her daughter Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali). Carly Corinthos Spencer (Laura Wright) is present when Jordan warns the mother daughter duo of the serious nature of the what’s to come. It looks as though the GH hook killer’s target is Trina. Ultimately, no one is safe in Port Charles. Anyone connected to helping Trina get exonerated is fair game for the GH hook killer.

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