Heather Webber is the hook on General Hospital, but how and why? Read more here---->>
If you haven't tuned in to today's episode of General Hospital yet, you may not want to read any further. But, Heather Webber (Alley Mills) unmasked herself as the hook in today's show. Now, we can't help but ask ourselves how the heck does this make any sense? We understand her she is Esme's (Avery Kristen Pohl) mother but what would her original motive be when she only found out about Esme in a recent episode when Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom) told her who and where their daughter was.
Let's go back in time a bit and focus on the victims. The first strike - someone steals a pair of gloves from the Quartermaine Boathouse in August 2022 at the Quartermaine picnic. They grab a hook off the wall with their left hand while taking a glance around. Ava Cassadine (Maura West) is outside the boathouse when the assailant approaches from behind and uses the hook to stab her in the stomach.
The second strike - aiming for Josslyn (Eden McCoy), the hook attacks Brando (Johnny Wactor) who eventually dies.
The third strike - Diane (Carolyn Hennesy) is stabbed by the hook but she survives.
The fourth strike - Oz Haggerty (Max Faugno) is attacked by the hook and eventually dies.
The fifth strike - Nikolas (Marcus Coloma) is attacked by the hook at Wyndermere but he survives.
The sixth strike - on police duty, Rory Cabrera (Michael Blake Kruse) is attacked by the hook and he dies.
The DNA from Gloria Wilson was discovered in the earring in December. Ryan claims that Heather Webber, a former lover, stole the earring from his collection of mementos related to his murder victims years ago. In an effort to protect Josslyn, Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud) attacked the Hook on New Year's Eve. Dex (Evan Hofer), who arrived later, shot The Hook in the arm before she fled. The Hook's identity was revealed to be Heather Webber. But why is she doing this? The cops think the hook killer is targeting persons close to Trina (Tabyana Ali). But, at the time of the first strike, Heather was not on the canvas and she apparently was not aware that Esme is her daughter, did the writers forget this? And then there's Diane who saw her attacker's face and was able to reveal it was a woman but somehow wasn't able to identify that it was Heather? Let's not forget that for some of the hook attacks the attacker was left-handed while Heather is right-handed. Come on writers, we need some explanations and soon.