It’s been far too long that Peter August (Wes Ramsey) has been getting away with (literally) murder. Those who are close to Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) and Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) have been trying to warn her about who he really is and what he’s still capable of. Maxie and Anna have been blinded by love, but as Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) advised Anna, “We take our heads out of the sand,” is something they will do at this point in order to protect the ones they love.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Peter is about to go down. As he and Finn (Michael Easton) prepare to marry Maxie and Anna, others like, Dr. Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati), Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud), Jason Morgan (Steve Burton), and more are working hard and hoping for the downfall of Peter August. But who will succeed in getting the job done?
General Hospital rumors claim that there’s a possibility of Drew Cain (Billy Miller) surprising the people of Port Charles with a shocking return. As Leislt desperately tries to find proof that Peter was the one who arranged for Drew’s plane to go down, a surprise visit from a presumed dead Drew would be all the proof any one needs to jail Peter once and for all.
At the same time, Valentin has finally learned the whole truth and he and Anna are devastated after finding out that Peter’s entire “changed man” act was just that. So many people have motive and reason to want to expose Peter, but who will be the one to actually do it?!
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