General Hospital’s 7 Most Ridiculous Deaths
Soap operas can be a little outrageous sometimes. The crazy adventures our heroes and heroines embark on, the romantic settings can be over the top, not to mention outrageous storylines. It is no surprise that soap opera deaths can be quite unbelievable at times … more unbelievable are the ways characters can come back to life. Port Charles is no exception to this rule, and some characters have died in some pretty outlandish ways over the years. As such, below is a list of seven of General Hospital’s (GH) most ridiculous deaths.
7. Bottomless Pit Death
Being an eccentric family on their own, the Cassadines hit this list a few times, and you’ll see a couple of entries when it comes to Stavros. The first one to make the list is Stavros death via a bottomless pit. In late 2001, after Helena trapped various GH characters (including Luke and Nikolas) in an underground lab, Luke and Stavros had a bit of struggle and the Greek was left dangling over a bottomless pit. Stavros had his final laugh at Luke by simply throwing his hands in the air, causing him to fall into the abyss. Which leaves a few questions, since Stavros did end up ‘coming back’ from this in 2013. First off, how does one escape a bottomless pit? Secondly … do bottomless pits really exists? Perhaps in the land of daytime drama they do!
6. Faison Kills Jason Morgan
In October 2012, GH fans were shocked when Jason Morgan was shot and fell into the water near the docks. Clearly, he should’ve been a goner, but as we learned years later, that wasn’t exactly the case. The most ridiculous aspect of Jason’s death was not how he was killed, but by whom. It was later learned that Cesar Faison was the one who shot Jason Morgan. He had been wandering around Port Charles disguised as Duke Lavery!