‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Oscar’s Messages From Beyond Analyzed – Is GH Delving Into the Paranormal?

'General Hospital' Spoilers: Oscar's Messages From Beyond Analyzed - Is GH Delving Into the Paranormal?

‘General Hospital’ (GH) spoilers uncover hallucinations, messages from beyond, a deal undone, and a conspiracy about to be uncovered. If you missed the action, let’s get to the need-to-know highlights in today’s General Hospital rundown.

General Hospital spoilers: Hallucinations/Messages from beyond

Josslyn Jacks (Eden McCoy) is still struggling with her loss. So much so, she decides to send Oscar Nero (Garren Stitt) a text to say she misses him. She freaks out when she notes that her phone says the message was seen. Several messages come through after that are allegedly from Drew Cain (Billy Miller), telling her about the trip to spread Oscar’s ashes and his wish for her to be happy. There’s one problem here…

Earlier, we’d seen Drew and Kim Nero (Tamara Braun) return to the hotel after spreading Oscar’s ashes. He suggests they watch the sunset and Kim is all for it. Before she can freshen up to do it, though, she passes out.

A little later, she’s in bed after having been tended to by a doctor. As she and Drew talk, she hallucinates she’s actually talking to Oscar. She apologizes for not getting a message to his father and letting them be a family sooner, but “Oscar” tells her there is nothing to forgive. Poor Drew looks completely at a loss and plays along when Kim asks “Oscar” to promise he’ll be there when she wakes up. So when did he have time to check Oscar’s phone and message Joss?

Also pointing to some possible unworldly action, Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms) comes across Josslyn while dealing with the texts. Joss cries on Maxie’s shoulder, and Maxie suggests trying to do a séance.

General Hospital spoilers: No deal

Crimson may be in trouble (or at least Nina Reeves’—played by Michelle Stafford—budget wishes). While she’s talking to Ava Jerome (Maura West) about the feature they’re planning, Jasper Jacks (Ingo Rademacher) shows up. Ava is playing coy now, and wanting to go over the contract together, line-by-line. Apparently, Jax isn’t happy about this (or featuring her), so he ends up throwing her past sins in her face—including the murder she committed in that very office. Ava is convinced she’s getting bait and switched, and says she won’t sign on to a hatchet job.

After she storms out, Nina confronts Jax about what he’d done. After all, insulting the potential cover subject isn’t conducive to making a deal with her. Nina thinks that he is trying to sabotage her efforts so he’ll get all those cuts he wanted. She thinks this is going to hurt the magazine’s future.

General Hospital spoilers: Busted?

Jordan Ashford (Brianna Nicole Henry) is not content with getting that kidney she needs. Sure, she’s grateful her life was saved, but she’s still got doubts about someone like Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom) doing her such a favor. To this end, she starts letting her cop imagination run wild. She lays out her theory about how Ryan was drugged and taken elsewhere while Kevin Collins took his twin’s place.

It’d be easy for a guy who impersonated his brother growing up to do that, not to mention forging a signature. As Jordan goes on about her theory, we see it playing out. Franco Baldwin (Roger Howarth), Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton), Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) all manage that part, while Valerie Spencer (Paulina Bugembe) keeps an eye out. Elizabeth also is shown altering some records on the computer to keep the art therapy room off-limits for them to store Ryan there while they wait for the surgery to begin.

Ryan, meanwhile, is in the jail infirmary and outraged that he’s down a kidney. He keeps claiming he didn’t give consent, and has no memory of being brought here. As he and Finn talk, he realizes that Kevin must’ve pulled a switcheroo.

This should get interesting, as Jordan would like to meet with Ryan soon. Curtis Ashford (Donnell Turner), the ringleader of this plot, tries to convince Jordan this is far-fetched. He explains away her hearing Ryan claims he didn’t consent as the framework for an insanity defense.