GH Spoilers: The End Of Peter August For Real?

General Hospital: Peter August (Wes Ramsey)General Hospital (GH) spoilers reveal what the soap is touting as the week that justice finally catches up with Peter August, but will he really and truly be killed off and be really and most sincerely dead?

General Hospital Spoilers – We’ve Been Down This Road Before

GH teased us enough last spring with two weeks of watching Peter August (Wes Ramsey) tumble down the steps as the show then re-traced how he got there. Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) and Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) told us he was dead and stuck him in a deep freezer.

But, of course, he wasn’t dead and managed to get out and terrorize us and the denizens of Port Charles for months on end. He also tortured people in Crete and Nixon Falls, so Peter gets around and causes a lot of problems. Somehow, nobody can seem to take care of these problems, until now. We hope.

GH Spoilers – So, Who Gets The Coveted Peter August Killer Role?

Our favorite Port Charles super spy women are on the case. Felicia Scorpio (Kristina Wagner) might not work for the WSB but she is definitely WSB-adjacent and makes her way to Switzerland in search of Peter and her daughter. As GH Co-Head Writer Dan O’Connor told the March 1, 2022, issue of Soap Opera Digest, “Felicia has been out of that game for a while now but that’s not going to stop her from making sure she has an active role in bringing her daughter home.”

It’s a good thing she will have some backup in the form of Anna Devane (Finola Hughes). Maxie Jones’ (Kirsten Storms) mom and Godmother are determined to find her, but will they manage to kill Peter when they do? They might have some competition from Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) over who gets the honors.

So far, quite a few characters have taken a stab at trying to kill Peter, but even gunshot wounds, jumps off cliffs, and acid thrown on him don’t do the trick, which leads many fans to fear that maybe he is not human.

“Since Peter landed in Port Charles four years ago, he has left a trail of disruption and broken bodies, beginning with his own father and his own brother,” O’Connor said. “If you have been waiting to see Peter finally face justice for what he’s done, this is the week you can’t miss.”

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