GENERAL HOSPITAL SPOILERS FOR AUGUST 24-28: Prosecution, Reality And Confrontation

By Lex Lopez | 1 year ago
GENERAL HOSPITAL SPOILERS FOR AUGUST 24-28: Prosecution, Reality And Confrontation

The August 24-29 episodes for the medical soap opera “General Hospital” concerns a prosecution, the reality of a character’s identity and finally a war of words between Nina and Ava.

Warning: More spoilers ahead! Read on if you want to learn more about the details of this story.


According to Enstarz, the death of Dr. Silas Clay (Michael Easton) attached to the infamous Franco Baldwin could come to a jolt of surprise for everyone.

Baldwin has nothing to do with homicide of the doctor but is protecting Michelle Stafford’s character Nina. Nina also is in the clear of the killing but could be proven in court once Ava Jerome (Maura West) hands over an incriminating photo of Nina. The photograph shows Nina grasping a knife while stooping down on Clay’s lifeless body. Unexpectedly, the son of an organized criminal Sonny Corinthos, Morgan (Bryan Craig) steps in the plate to testify against Franco.

Meanwhile, Scott Baldwin defiantly questions Franco in a scene from the footage if he should be worried about this.

Another character from the soap opera that will come to know the real facts about the murder is Madeline Reeves. Madeline portrayed by actress Donna Mills will exploit her new found bond with Ric Lansing (Rick Hearst) to have the villain Franco put behind bars for the rest of his life.

Despite Morgan’s actions against Franco, it seems that everything will just turn out as of no value. On top of this, more characters will be aware of the truth of Ava being the true culprit in Silas’ demise.

Nina then decides to face her demons and settle her beef with Ava who is in disguise or is actually the twin sister?

As reported by She Knows Soap, Ava in the last episode was with Julian Jerome (William deVry) whom she gave away her secret with.

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