General Hospital Spoilers: Victor Leaves Port Charles In Fear- Laura Spencer Hosts Victor’s Will Reading

Victor leaves Port Charles in fear

Victor leaves Port Charles in fear! Thankfully, Laura Spencer (Genie Francis) can breathe a little easier now that her family is home safely. Laura feared for her grandson’s lives when Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) kidnapped Spencer and Ace.

General Hospital recaps recall, Spencer (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) and baby Ace (Jay and Joey Clay) were aboard the Haunted Star when Victor revealed his nefarious intentions. Trina, Dr. Obrecht, and the entire rescue crew became victims when Victor unleashed his lethal creation. In the end, the rescue crew defeated Victor and all victims returned home safely.

According to General Hospital spoilers, even his family was relieved he was gone, His evil ways knew no bounds as he sacrificed his own son. Miraculously, Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) survived his father’s poison. Anna (Finolas Hughes) wasn’t about to let him die, and with Liesl’s help, he pulled through.

General Hospital previews and spoilers reveal that Victor leaves Port Charles in fear. Each individual who received an invitation from beyond will has a chance to learn what message Victor left for them. According to the latest GH spoilers, Laura delivers the disturbing news to Victor’s chosen ones. Previously, General Hospital news reports revealed Charles Shaughnessy’s hint toward Victor’s future. Did the actor spill the tea about an upcoming return?

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