General Hospital Rumor: Cesar Faison Twin Revealed – Dr. Arthur Cabot?

General Hospital Spoilers Cesar Faison [Anders Hove]General Hospital spoilers tease that Dr. Arthur Cabot, (Time Winters) who developed the original memory transfer program years ago that seems to have a side effect of a virus making sets of twins blind at the same time, could be an identical twin himself.

General Hospital viewers are questioning if the virus only strikes identical twins who have been subjects of memory transfer studies, and Cabot himself was struck blind, so might he also have an identical twin somewhere?

Some viewers have suggested he may be a twin of Cesar Faison (Anders Hove), who was involved in the latest studies which involved Drew Cain (Billy Miller) and Jason Morgan (Steve Burton), but that is highly unlikely.

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For one thing, the two look nothing alike, and unless Faison made Cabot a mask to make him look different, the studies were done on identical twins, not fraternal twins. There seems to be no reason to think Cabot and Faison are related in any other way, either.


Dr. Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) found Cabot and information about the virus in medical journals, where Cabot was said to have been “Patient Zero” or, in other words, the first victim of the virus, and had spread it to a group of study subjects.

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It’s obvious the sets of twins were also brainwashed not to remember their participation in the studies; of all questioned, only Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) remembered anything about it at all, but only remembering the name and that he’d been asked to participate, apparently along with Ryan, but that he’d told Cabot he wasn’t interested. That would have to place the time period in the late eighties to early nineties, closer to when Anna Devane and Alex Marick (Finola Hughes) were test subjects.

Will Finn, Anna, and Robert Scorpio (Tristan Rogers) come across an identical twin of Arthur Cabot in their investigations and find out being an identical twin is necessary for the virus to manifest? Stay tuned to General Hospital and keep checking General Hospital spoilers frequently to see how this all plays out!

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