General Hospital viewers know that Peter is in the hospital right now. He is in a coma. While police and hospital staff guard him, viewers know that they won’t be watching him very closely. After all, Peter is in a coma. Even after everything, Peter can very easily give a false sense of security to everyone. And while that happens, he could be very easily planning something of his own. There is speculation that Peter will be able to make it out of General Hospital sooner than later and cause havoc.
Maxie has seen everything very closely, and she is rather skeptical about all of this. So, she is very careful. In fact, she is worried that all of this is a hoax and Peter will be able to escape once again. She hasn’t exposed anything about “Bailey” yet because she wants to make sure it is safe too. But Peter is definitely a threat to Maxie and Louise if he isn’t dead.
Now, the latest General Hospital spoilers suggest that her fears might come true sooner than later, and Peter might escape the Hospital. We don’t yet know if it will be a grand spectacle or something very quiet, but we know that will happen.
More General Hospital spoilers say that Felicia Scorpio will have a confrontation with Peter in the upcoming days. So, his escape is inevitable indeed. But, keeping in mind the current situation, Peter will most probably make a quiet escape. It would give him a head-start and an opportunity to plan everything before he causes destruction and leaves everyone distraught.
This quiet escape will also give Anna and Valentin a lot of suspense on what has happened to Peter. They wouldn’t understand where Peter went after being in a coma, and things will get very interesting. Knowing what a slippery character Peter is, we know that he will escape sooner or later. And he will also come back once again to cause destruction.
As we move into 2022, more interesting storylines are coming up on General Hospital. So, make sure you tune in and enjoy. In the meantime, Tv Season & Spoilers will keep you updated with all the news about the soap as it surfaces.