Laura sees Ryan in Kevin?! Dr. Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) spent many years trying to disarm the bomb in his twin brother’s head. They spent years as opposites. Ironically, Kevin and Ryan looked just alike but couldn’t be more different.
After decades of terror, Ryan Chamberlain’s (Jon Lindstrom) murderous destruction is over. General Hospital recaps recall Ryan and Ava Jerome’s (Maura West) final standoff. She suffered through Ryan’s confession about Esme (Avery Kristen Pohl) and Nikolas (Marcus Coloma). And relived her daughter Kiki’s (Hayley Erin) death. But, this time Ava wins. Finally, Mac Scorpio (John J. York) shows up and saves the day. It was then that Mac didn’t waste any time when going foe the kill. Ultimately, Ryan can’t hurt anyone again.
Now that Ryan is dead, his twin brother Kevin is filled with mixed emotions. The grieving process is complex and no two people grieve the same. According to General Hospital spoilers, dealing with his twin brother’s death becomes complicated. Ryan’s death takes a toll on Kevin’s mental state. While Kevin has always been of sound mind, something starts to change.
Laura Sees Ryan In Kevin
General Hospital rumors speculate that Mayor Laura Spencer Collins (Genie Francis) is thrown for a loop when she notices her husband acting strangely. After some time, Kevin’s behavior grows increasingly out of character. As a result, Laura sees Ryan in Kevin.
Just as Ryan’s death brings a sigh of relief, Kevin becomes the next psycho killer stalker. Grieving his twin brother brought forth extreme cognitive dissonance. As Kevin battles the Ryan inside of him, Laura fears Ryan may win.
Will Kevin develop DID or some other form of split personality disorder?
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