General Hospital Spoilers: Hook Killer Theories Lead To One Main Suspect. Here’s Who Isn’t And Who Is Possibly The Killer…

GH fans and the people of Port Charles are racking their brains trying to figure out who is roaming around PC with a hook.

General Hospital spoilers reveal theories have been tossed around, with explanations of why and how it could and couldn’t be several different prominent people. We know now that it can’t be Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma) even though he and Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) had some suspicious alibi thing going on.

General Hospital rumors suggest that a number of people, including Esme Prince (Avery Kristen Pohl), Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom), Elizabeth Webber, Dex Heller, (Evan Hofer), and more. Esme and Ryan both have anger issues and display psycho behaviors, which would make them an easy thought. However, it doesn’t seem this mystery would be that obvious. Elizabeth has been blacking out and losing time between her daily events, but the likelihood of her becoming a killer is pretty low. GH rumors suggest Dex, claiming that Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) put him up to it as a way to destroy Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard). We disagree; here’s why: First of all, Dex doesn’t even like working for Michael, it’s obvious. He also told Michael that he never signed up to commit violent crimes or become an accomplice to anything Sonny may do to his enemies. Therefore it makes no sense that Dex would commit heinous crimes to destroy those close to Sonny. Cody Bell (Josh Kelly) has already done some shady things in his short time in PC, but to be the hook killer simply doesn’t add up.

General Hospital spoilers and rumors reveal a theory that just might fit. Rory Cabrera (Michael Blake Kruse) seems too nice. He just does. He’s always been super supportive, while Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali) is clearly torn between him and Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez), Rory sits back and remains the calm and collected runner up to a woman he is very interested in. It all seems too much. It’s like those types of people are too nice and too good to be true, which very well may be the case.