We haven’t heard much about Helena’s curse since the day she “cast her spell” onto Sam Morgan. Helena was lying in her death bed, and although she acted as if she needed to reveal her wrongs so that she could die in peace, she left one classic piece of herself behind… a curse.
Helena and Sam’s mom, Alexis, have never been each other’s favorite people. Although Alexis is a Cassadine, she has lived her adult life as an outsider, other than keeping in contact with her nephew, Nikolas.
It’s no surprise that Helena hates Sam as much as she does Alexis, and now Sam has to live with knowing that this evil woman has put a curse on her.
Lately, the only person that seems to be continuously crossing Sam’s path in a negative way, is Elizabeth’s son Jake. Jake was presumed dead for a few years, and recently we learned that he was kept on Cassadine Island. There is no telling what type of mind tricks and brain washing Helena has done to that child. Everyone found it to be quite odd that Helena would return Jake back to Liz in one piece, without expecting anything in return.
General Hospital rumors have been swirling since the day Jake came back to Port Charles, that there is something off about that child. He could quite possibly be the source of Helena’s curse. Based on the drawing he made in art therapy with Franco, it’s easy to come to the assumption that he has it out for Sam and Danny. In that disturbing picture, it shows Liz and Jake happily frolicking while Sam and Danny lay lifeless and bloody on the ground.
Did Helena program Jake to go after Sam and Danny? Let us know what you think! Is Jake the key to Helena’s curse on Sam?
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