General Hospital Spoilers: Who Is Esme’s Mom? Here’s Why The Felicia Jones Theory Works

The mysterious connection between the self proclaimed boarding school beat, Esme Prince (Avery Kristen Pohl) and the psycho serial killer, Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom) has finally been revealed.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Esme is indeed Ryan’s daughter, doing anything, and she means anything to prove herself to her father. Ryan is using Esme’s desperation for acceptance to his advantage, using her as the key element in his plan for Ava Jerome (Maura West).

Now that we know who Esme’s real father is, GH fans pose the obvious question and concern, “Who the HELL is Esme’s mother?” “Does the mother know Esme exists? Is she just as evil?” So many questions and even more General Hospital rumors to go along with the mystery. GH rumors have one theory we can find interesting. Shared by a fan, she goes on to explain why Felicia Jones (Kristina Wagner) is a potential candidate for Esme’s mother.

General Hospital spoilers reveal the Felicia theory in the fan comment below.

Although not every angle will turn out to materialize, it’s highly possible that the general explanation is that perhaps Felicia was forced against her will, resulting in a pregnancy. Possibly being so traumatize, she was either not conscious or has buried the memory deep inside.

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