Morgan Corinthos was presumed dead after a car explosion.
Morgan Corinthos, a character on the soap opera “General Hospital,” met a tragic end when his life was cut short by a car explosion. The character, played by Bryan Craig, was the son of Sonny Corinthos and Carly Benson. His death was a significant plot point that affected many characters on the show.
The events leading up to Morgan’s presumed death involved his struggle with bipolar disorder and the impact it had on his relationships and behavior. Morgan’s mental health issues led to a series of unfortunate decisions, including getting involved with dangerous people.
The car explosion was orchestrated by a bomb intended for Julian Jerome, a rival of Sonny Corinthos, but Morgan ended up being the unintended victim. He stole the car without realizing it was rigged with a bomb, and the vehicle exploded with him inside. The aftermath of the explosion saw his family and friends grappling with grief and guilt, as well as the revelation of the bomb’s intended target and the subsequent fallout from those revelations.
Morgan’s death had long-lasting repercussions on the show, with storylines exploring the themes of loss, mental illness, and the consequences of violence. His character is still mentioned and remembered by the residents of Port Charles, and his absence continues to be felt by his loved ones on the show.