General Hospital spoilers confirm Morgan’s death and it takes another aftershock of stabbing pain to his family and loved ones. As they mourn, feelings of guilt wash over them until they have to accept that no “what ifs” can change what had already happened.
After taking Julian’s (William deVry) car, an erratic Morgan (Bryan Craig) drives the vehicle of the cliff where it exploded to his death.
The people who had a hand to Morgan’s death are filled with guilt. Albeit unintentionally, Sonny (Maurice Bernard) is devastated about what happened. Despite having a change of heart and cancelling the hit, it took away a life. He is not alone on blaming himself, though.
Carly (Laura Wright) points a finger at Sonny and accuses him that her son would have still been alive if not for his pursuit at killing Julian. Even Sonny’s son Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) is furious at him. Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) also tells Sam (Kelly Monaco) that Sonny had something to do with the death of Morgan.
Julian, aware of Sonny’s desire of ending him, is also in danger of getting behind bars with Ava in General Hospital spoilers.
Speaking of Ava, she also feels guilty as she might be considered accountable to Morgan’s fatal accident by tampering his medication and changing it into placebo pills from his bipolar medicine.
But even the people who were not directly culprits of what happened still feel liable.
Kiki (Hayley Erin) thinks the accident was her fault because she planned to end things with Morgan to be with Dillon (Robert Palmer Watkins) and spills her guilt feelings to Franco (Roger Howarth).
Morgan’s brothers are also grieving deeply on his death. Michael (Chad Duell) admits he had not given enough time to take care of his brother, or even notice his brother if he was taking his medications, as he is busy mourning for Sabrina.
General Hospital spoilers also includes Dante as he regrets not being fast enough to stop the wheels from turning an stopped Sonny’s plan earlier that could have prevented what occurred.
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