Is Willow’s death on Michael’s hands? Michael’s faced with his worst nightmare and it’s all his fault. His desire to get revenge on his own father has created a series of horrific circumstances. These adverse events to Michael’s family is the price he pays for playing with the mob.
According to recent General Hospital spoilers, Liesl Obrecht is missing. When watching in awe of the Nurses Ball episodes, the question of why Liesl was kidnapped arose. Fans turned to social media platforms to discuss the drama. Why would anyone want to kidnap Liesl?! Well, maybe they kidnapped her to get to someone else.
Recent General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease there’ll be extreme consequences for Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell). Michael has put his time and energy into taking down his father. With the help of Dex Heller (Evan Hofer), Michael is almost at the finish line as his plan to bust Sonny is about to go down.
General Hospital rumors claim Liesl was kidnapped to send a message to Michael. Apparently, someone isn’t happy with how he’s been playing the mob game. And now, Willow’s life is held hostage along with Liesl. If she dies, is Willow’s death on Michael’s hands?
Michael may have made the biggest mistake of his life. Going after Sonny Corinthos was never a good idea. But his anger about his family problems lead the way. Despite all of life’s blessings, Michael’s focus is guided by darkness. If Willow dies, Michael will see just how dark things get.
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