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Episode #13980 ~ Sonny confides in Epiphany; Griffin calls for help; Franco meets with Kevin; Anna is awkward around Finn; Kiki gets the help she needs.
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Ava: 14,000. Think about it. 14 times 1,000. That's a lot. That's the insurance value for this beautiful, broken piece of art. And the man who broke it is deranged, and I want him caught. I don't want any excuses. I just want a simple yes or no answer. When you referred my father to Dr. Munro, did you know there was something wrong with him? This is a conversation you need to have with Dr. Munro. I'm not asking if -- if my father -- has Alzheimer's. We already know that. He was diagnosed. But you were the first to examine him. You must've seen some signs. Why didn't you warn me? Are you sure you want to spend your last night as a bachelor in a session with Kevin Collins? Are you kidding me? Y-yeah, psychotherapy -- total rager. We're gonna do, um, Freudian Jaeger shooters... I just don't want you to feel like I pressured you into this, even though I know I totally did, but not to the point where you're depriving yourself of a party --
Hey, no, no, no, stop. You stop, stop.
[Giggles] No, I'm exactly where I want to be. I want to be the best me that I can possibly be when we're married tomorrow. I'm so glad I get to spend the rest of my life with you.
Epiphany: Oh, hell nah! Oh, look, another article about how I tanked the election.
You didn't tank anything.
Yeah. Onsin your closet. Right, yes, well... speaking of metaphorical idioms, in this case the elephant in the room, a lot happened last night. I'll say. Things that I never expected. I... you don't think I'm crazy, do you? What? For going to the cops instead of calling Spinelli? Yeah, maybe.
We call Spinelli all the time and he breaks about 15 laws to get us the information and then we can't use anything because it's inadmissible. But why do you care? You're not a lawyer. I care because I've been getting these calls for weeks, okay, and tonight, I heard an explosion. I need to figure out what the hell is going on.
If the police can't help, we can always use Spinelli as the fall-back. I'm sorry, I didn't know how much this is bothering you. Well... [Sighs] I'm being ridiculous, aren't I? I mean, it's just a couple phone calls. That's it, right? It's no big deal. It's just, tonight, the phone call, I... I know what an explosion sounds like. And we're gonna find out what happened.
There he is. Hey, Dante. Jason and Carly. To what do I owe the honor? Uh, well, I've been -- um, I've been getting these calls from a local number, and the first couple times I picked up, no one's on the line. Then I call the number back, no one answers. Couple days later, the phone rings, I answer, and I hear a voice. A voice? A male voice, I-I think young, and he said, "I'm here." And then this call I got 20 minutes ago... there. I heard an explosion. I'd like you to trace the number. All right, I'll trace the number. I'll be right back. Okay. [Sighs] I cannot let this happen. Excuse me? I can't let you just defy tradition and -- and invite misfortune. Um...don't let us hold you up. No, I'm good. I've got -- I'm not in a hurry.
Ah, Franco. Good to see you. Let's get started, shall we? Hold on. We're kind of in the middle of something here. -No, he's not.
Hey, just go. I'll -- I'll text you later.
So, what are your plans for tonight? Well, Franco has this session and then... um, I didn't ask you what Franco's plans were. I asked you what your plans were. What are you, the bride-to-be, going to be doing on the night before her wedding? Well, I was gonna treat myself to a bubble bath and watch the last two episodes of -- oh, wrong, wrong, wrong. You're going out with me for a drink. What do you think? You suppose that woman out there is trying to convince Elizabeth not to marry me? What would be the point? From what I understand, people have spent the better part of the last year trying to warn Elizabeth away from you, and it hasn't worked. Why would it work the night before your wedding? You know why. Because if Elizabeth finds out that I'm keeping yet another secret from her, she's never gonna trust me again. -Alexis. -Hi. Finn. We're standing here together because we just came from an AA. Meeting. No, no, I don't need explanations. I just was at a phlebotomy appointment myself. Oh. Oh, I'm sorry. A-are you okay? Yeah. Mm-hmm. It's good. It's going great. I'm heading out. -Uh, okay. And, Alexis? Y-yes? [Sighs] I'm really sorry about the election results. You were trying to do a good thing for the city, and you did not deserve what happened at all. -Oh, well, thank you. -Yeah. Thank you. Aren't you the silver-tongued devil? Exactly. You couldn't even choke out her name? I know. I'm sorry. -Don't be sorry! Go after her and clear up whatever misconceptions she has about what happened in that hotel room. I don't really think there's any need for that. You don't? No. I told Anna how I feel. She shot me down. I told you what I could, Mr. Corinthos, and technically, I shouldn't be discussing your father's condition with you right now unless he's signed a power of attorney. My father hasn't signed anything. When Dr. Munro told him that he had Alzheimer's, he just didn't want to believe it and he stormed out and we haven't seen him since. Well, I'm sorry. So am I. Look, my dad and I, we don't have the greatest relationship, but he's always been a capable guy and...always thinking on his feet. The idea of losing that, in his mind, has got to be the worst thing in the world. I don't blame him for taking off. All right, you have security cameras? Yes, but it is an art gallery. I wouldn't have insurance otherwise. It would really help the investigation if you could hand over any footage.
Hey, what's going on? -Uh, it's okay. He's my -- h-he's my friend. Are you all right? Yes. Well, yes and no. A man came in here and he -- he was disoriented and then he became agitated and he br-- he broke this statue, and then he ran off. Well, did he threaten you? No. But he was out of control, and I definitely felt unsafe. Ms. Jerome? That footage? Oh, yeah. Yes, of course. [Sniffs] Let's see. Aha. There he is. That's him. May I forward this to my e-mail? Yeah, suit yourself. Let me get this out to all local units. Thank you very much, Detective. I know this man.
so, tell me about the phone calls. When did they start exactly? Beginning of February. I mean, I didn't think it was a big deal at first. You know, I just thought it was a wrong number. I answered the phone, and no one was on the line. Then they called again and again. So I called back, and no one answered. Hmm. When was the first time you heard a voice? February 14th. It was Valentine's Day, because Mike went out to buy his girlfriend flowers and he never came back. And Sonny was worried, so he went out after him. So when my phone rang, I just assumed it was Mike calling. But it wasn't. It was this young man's voice, and it said, "I'm here," and then hung up. That was -- that was a week ago, Carly. Why are you waiting so long to tell me this? I don't know! I mean, I -- I don't know. With everything going on, I didn't think it was that important, and maybe it's not. Maybe I'm just wasting your time. No, no, it's not a waste. It's not a waste of time because if it's bothering you, it's important. That's why I missed you so much. What? Sitting around together in a police station? [Laughs] No, no, but gosh, we've done that so many times. No, I just meant how... I know I can always come to you. I can always come to you, you know? It doesn't have to be something big or huge. It can be something as stupid and trivial as a bunch of weird phone calls, and you show up. You still show up. You're the first person in my life who's done that for me. I count on you, you know? I really do count on you, and I know I take advantage of you.
No, you don't.
I do. But you love me. Yeah, I do. [Laughs] So if something's bothering you, we're gonna find a way to fix it. You have to let me do that for you, too. -[Sighs]
You do. You can't fix me and not let me fix you.
And I really can't help you with any of the Henrik/Faison stuff at all. Carly, please. I can help you where Sam's concerned. Okay, I can. I want you to know the reason why she hurried to get married was because she's running. She's running from you. Okay, that's -- stop. I don't want to stop. You have to listen. I'm not gonna -- got a hit on that phone number.
I lost my way looking for someone? Felix isn't planning anything, right? Look, like I told you that I wouldn't let him. -All right. -Are you disappointed? No, are you kidding? I'm relieved. [Scoffs] Well, I didn't know that you were so opposed to partying. Oh, no, I'm not. But honestly, it's hard being surrounded by friends who are smiling and wishing me well when I know they're thinking I'm making the worst mistake of my life. Forget what your friends think. What do you think? Now is when you tell me that Elizabeth and her kids are safe, that there's no weird monster inside me that's gonna hurt her. You know I can't do that. What I can do is help you work through whatever memory is troubling you. But first you have to tell me about it.
Andy and I were playing hide-and-seek... and then something happened. What was that? I found him in a toy chest, but I didn't end the game.
I locked the chest, left the kid in there. Any idea how long it will take to progress? Alzheimer's isn't my area of expertise, but I do know that there are some medications that work in some cases. Whether your father's a candidate, I couldn't say. But even if he is, the best you can hope for is to slow the deterioration. The long-term outcome is inevitable. Sounds pretty grim. I'm sorry. No. Hey, I appreciate your honesty. I don't want you to sugarcoat this at all.
[Cell phone rings]
[Sighs] Excuse me. Griffin? Have you been able to locate your father? Not yet, why? Look, you need to get down to Ava's gallery immediately. "Ceremony, yadda yadda, honoring agent Anna Devane, Dr. Hamilton Finn, afternoon of march 1st..." okay. Excuse me. Is this seat taken? What took you so long?
It's a pay phone off of route 35. Is it in town or out by the river? It's out by the river, angel's bluff. Any reports of an incident down there? No, nothing. I want to go.
I'm gonna meet you there. You don't have to do that. Well, you brought it to my attention. I got to follow up on it.
Sometimes, I do feel kind of alone, like the boys and I are the only ones who get to see the real Franco, and that everyone else is just waiting for him to prove that he's as bad as they thought. We all love you, Elizabeth, and we trust your judgment. We just, uh... we hope that you're right about Franco. But a lot of us remember what he was like before that tumor was removed. Hitting the books? Yeah. Um...the library's too quiet for me. Mm. I actually learn better with stimulation. And if there's any hope of me surviving the organic Chem midterm, I need all the help I can get. Well, you're gonna need more than black coffee to survive. You're gonna need some sustenance. What can I get for you? Uh, a rack of spicy ribs, Cole slaw, and Mac and cheese, and two plates. -Coming right up. If that second plate is for me, thank you, but I'm fine. Oh, I disagree. I can't have my future interns collapsing from hunger. So, what about this midterm is stumping you? I'm glad to see you, too. Hm. And I'm glad to be here. I didn't expect to be. You know, this morning, I was summoned to the warden's office. The bureau is reviving the memory mapping program. In exchange for my cooperation, they've commuted my sentence and expunged my record. That's such good news, isn't it? Ah, it is. Someone pretty high up suggested it to the director. You wouldn't know anything about that, would you? No, no, well... whoever's responsible, I owe them. Do you think, even without your notes, that you would be able to duplicate the procedure? [Exhales slowly] I'M...reasonably confident. Yeah? Yeah, it'll take some time, but...I'm sure I can do it. I-I...I definitely feel better that the research is being funded by the WSB rather than some faceless backer who turns out to be Faison. [Sighs] Even though I know for a fact he's dead, when I hear his name, I still feel sick to my stomach. Well, you endured severe trauma at his hands. Especially when I think about the baby that I had with him. The little girl I chose to give up... that I chose to have in secret. Yeah...ah... there's no one to blame but me. Even still, you don't have to endure it alone. You can confide in someone. I have. I told you. Mm-hmm. But what about the man that you've grown close to? Have you told him? You know, the real downside of running for mayor is that it negates the anonymous part of our AA. Meeting because everyone in there knew that I ran for mayor, and half of them were like, "yay, I'm so glad she lost," and the other half are like, "oh, I'm so sad she lost 'cause now she can't help us and now she's let us down." You don't think you're projecting maybe just a little bit? -All right, fine. There are a couple people that didn't care. But those that did -- -yeah, they shouldn't be second-guessing your campaign, right? Instead of sitting around, talking about how messed up the city is, you stood up and you did something about it. Well, a lot of good that did. All right, so, uh... you know, you fight harder next time. [Scoffs] There's no "next time." No? I'm never gonna run for office again. That was the only time, the one and only time. Well, then, you'll find another way to fight. Look, that's -- the point is, you cared enough about your community to put yourself out there. -[Sighs] Sure, you can be sorry that you, uh, lost, but you can't be sorry about making the effort. Nothing good ever gets done by all of us just sitting on our hands. I appreciate you encouraging me, I really do. But I don't want you to feel obligated to prop me up because of what happened last night. I don't -- and what happened last night can never happen again. All right, I'm here. What happened? Sonny, your father was here. [Sighs] He was disorientated and agitated and he broke this very valuable piece, and I -- I called the police. You called the cops on my dad? I didn't know it was your father at the time, Sonny. Where's Mike now? Don't know. He ran off before the police arrived. Well, why would he come here in the first place? I think he thought it was Luke's club. Son of a bitch. Luke owned -- he owned a nightclub years ago at this address. Mike worked there as a bartender when he first came to Port Charles. This incident's nearly the same as what happened at Kelly's. No, because that -- that was the same diner in the same spot. This is an art gallery. Aside from the address, I don't know what it has to do with Luke's club. Is he that confused? Is he that far gone? Hey, look, Sonny. Hey. Alzheimer's is not a steady or consistent process of deterioration. There can be times of lucidity followed by times of disorientation. Sometimes, not always, this is made worse by emotional strain. So you're telling me, because he got diagnosed with Alzheimer's, that this is just making everything worse? [Cell phone rings] Hello? Son, is that you? What are you -- a-are you all right? Yeah, I-I'm fine. Where are you? 'Cause I'll come get you. I think you should.
Don't tell him about the baby because there was no need. Okay? Forgive the knee-jerk shrinkism, but if you want a healthy relationship... oh, Finn and I don't have a relationship. ...You need to be honest. Ah. Hm. Well, there you have it. Yeah, word was out that you two were seeing each other. Um, that wasn't the intention. I mean, the plan was that I was gonna use him to gain access to Cassandra Pierce, and then, I don't know, one thing led to another and then... we started to pretend to be lovers, and when he had to move in... had to? Well, yes. Oh, I guess I kind of more or less blackmailed him into doing that. -[ Laughs] But -- but that was only because he insisted on staying with the op way after I wanted him to quit. Why? Because it was getting dangerous, you know? I-I had to keep him safe, and Finn refused to listen to anything a-and that's what nearly got him killed, like, twice. First time, Cassandra drugged him. God, that was so bad. It was in the hospital. Oh, it was awful. And then the second time... well, I knocked him out. Um, but that was because Faison was gonna shoot him. I mean, you would think at a certain point it would occur to the man that I'm bad for his health, right? [Sighs] As I understand it, Cassandra Pierce is comatose and Faison is dead, so... so what? What, you're saying my life is easy and uncomplicated? No, it's -- it's not. Look, Anna, I'm sure you can find a million reasons for you and Finn to not be together, but it won't change how you feel. Well, my feelings are beside the point. Your feelings are the point. No! Look, I thought about what you said. -Mm-hmm? -I did. That if Finn deserves my love, then he also deserves my truth, which is a lovely and very pithy way of saying that, in order for us to mean anything to each other, he has to know about my past. The worst thing I ever did. Mm-hmm. But anyway, it doesn't matter, really, because by the time I got to him... it was already too late for me. You and I have been in recovery for about the same amount of time, right? So you know as well as I do that it's a bad, bad idea for AA. Members to sleep with each other. Alexis, if I -- [Stammers] Wait. I'm not done. -Okay. I like you so much, and -- and I get you. I get what you're going through, because we're both fighting the same kind of demons. I mean, close enough, right? So the last thing I would ever want is for us to compromise each other's sobriety. Me too. You agree? Yeah. I mean...if anything, this back and forth with Anna has taught me that I'm not in any place to pursue a relationship. Mm. Oh, likewise. What I really need is a friend, and... I thought we were...maybe building to that. I... I'd be very sorry if last night messed that up. Here. Let me show you. [Clears throat] You have "o" of "c" above "O." Well... you make it seem so simple. When you've been doing it for as long as I have, it is simple. Ribs, slaw, Mac and cheese, and two plates. -Thank you. -You're welcome. Let me know if you need anything else. Okay. Will do. [Grunts] Eat up! Thanks, but it's really not necessary. Oh, I can't eat a whole plate of ribs by myself. I can't afford the calories. But...a young girl like you most certainly can. Eat. [Giggles] You are the smartest nurse in that hospital. You know there are medical reasons for what Franco did. Oh, believe you me. If I had any doubts, Milo and his brother would be disappearing Franco right at this minute. -Epiphany! [Laughs] What? Don't look so shocked. I go a long way to protect the people that I love, and you, my sweet, are on that list. No one needs to protect me from Franco. Does Jason know that? [Sighs] What you've just related gives us a lot to unpack. I locked a kid in a toy chest, and I pushed him down a flight of stairs. It's pretty clear to me I was trying to get rid of the kid. You're putting an adult judgment on a child's actions. Franco, you could've locked Andy in that box for any number of reasons -- for no reason at all. But we need to explore this. We don't have time to explore this. I'm marrying Elizabeth tomorrow. Now is when you tell me that there's no darkness left inside me, that I don't have impulses that I can't control, that I'm never, ever gonna commit another act of violence. We seem to be at cross purposes. I'm here to help you find out the truth about yourself. But what you're asking me to do is to sign off on your choices, and I can't do that. If you choose to marry Elizabeth tomorrow without disclosing the secrets of your history, that's your decision, and you have to live with the consequences. Oh, forget it. You know what? This is stupid. What am I doing? Why -- why -- why am I doing this? Forget it. You know what? No more, no more. No more therapy, no more la, la, none of this -- don't go through my past. My past was miserable. I'm not doing this anymore. I'm not gonna let anything come between me and the best thing that ever happened to me. And you better keep your mouth shut about Elizabeth. I'm well aware of the rules on patient confidentiality. I'm serious. Don't blow this for me, Doc.
[Sighs] Kevin Collins. Yes. Yes, I asked for those tests to be fast-tracked. Well, that's interesting. Uh, yes, I will need a copy of those labs immediately. I wish you would let me help. Well, thanks, but there are very specific procedures I have to follow if I want the insurance company to reimburse me. I'll probably be on the phone half the night, so really, you should go. Look, I'm not going anywhere.
Okay, well, if you really want to listen to me wrangle with a claims adjuster all night... wrangle all you want. I'm not leaving till we talk about what happened on Valentine's Day.
Sir? I got a call that, uh, my father, Mike Corbin, he's in custody. Yeah. You should speak to Detective Chase. Over there. Thank you. Hey, um... my father's in custody. Mike Corbin? That's right. Yeah, he's in the interrogation room. We picked him up wandering around near pier 54. Can I see him? Yeah, go ahead. Mike? You okay? Ah, yeah, yeah, I-I'm sorry for the trouble. You know, I...I didn't mean to break that thing. No, we're gonna take care of everything. It's all gonna be taken care of. [Sighs] I wanted to go to Luke's club. You know, I-I... it wasn't there. Luke's club burned down years ago. Right, right. I-I...I knew it. I knew -- how can I forget? It's okay, Mike. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, it's not, no. You don't forget something you've known for years, you know, not unless there's something wrong. You know, something -- something seriously wrong. [Voice breaking] And the... doctor says... it's Alzheimer's. [Sobbing] Come on, Dad. It's all right. Hey. Just go.
It's all right, Dad. Come on. [Sniffs] Yeah. [Coughs] Oh, boy, I really screwed up this time, didn't I? Breaking that...thing, scaring that woman. Her name's Ava Jerome. She's seen and done a lot worse. I'm gonna cover all the damage you did, and this is all gonna be over. No, it's not. One day at a time, okay? Just -- you got to rel-- I'm gonna talk to the cop, get you out of here. Okay, what do I got to do to get my father out of here? Do I have to sign something? Unfortunately, it's not that simple. Your father was arrested for trespassing and vandalism. The report's already been filed. There's no way I can let him go tonight. There's nothing to discuss. Then why are you suddenly pushing me away? Okay, I admit not telling you what was going on with Kiki, that -- that was wrong. -This is not about Kiki. It's about me. Every since the surgery, I've had this terrible feeling that you're gonna see me for who I really am and you're gonna leave me. And you're gonna find somebody else, somebody who can be a saint like you. I don't buy that. Ava, I see you for who you truly are and I accept you for that and you've known who I was long before your surgery. So what is going on? Why are you suddenly pushing me away? You don't understand. This is -- it's -- it's new to me! What's new? Being in a relationship with me? Being in love with you! I honestly think it's for the best that I didn't tell Finn about, you know... I mean, the less people know about... that I have a daughter, the better. Most of all for her. Well, you opened up a door to your past. It may be harder to close than you realize. I have to. I mean... [Sighs] In part, it's to protect me, but it's mostly to protect my children. I can't even imagine how robin would react. It's gonna shatter any faith she has in me. A-and then...as -- as for my other daughter, the only gift I have to give her is that she will never know who her father is -- was. All right. I respect your decision. But you don't agree with any of it. I can tell. Well, I-it is not my call to make. All right. Not my call as a shrink or as your friend. Okay. Look, it's late. I need to get downstairs and arrange a room. The WSB set me up with an allowance. You don't have to do that. You can stay with me. I've got millions of rooms. Ah, I appreciate the offer. Maybe another time. Right now, I'm looking forward to some privacy. Okay. [Sighs] That hit the spot. Mmm! You see? Life will go a lot easier if you just do what I say. You got a little, uh, schmutz. Oh. [Laughs] -That's, um... -oh. ...Really professional. Oh. Hey, ribs are not a meal for anyone that stands on etiquette. Well, I am done here, but thank you so much for dinner, and thank you for the tutoring session. Organic Chem is known as the, uh, weed-out course in pre-med, so it can get pretty tricky. Need any more help, my door's always open. I might take you up on that. Jason accepts the situation. [Sarcastically] Mm-hmm. Okay. It's... it's been really hard. I feel like I haven't even had a moment to process that he's alive and he's home, and I haven't even been able to tell him how happy that makes me. And the first time I saw him, he came out of nowhere and he attacked Franco. And then...first time I got to talk to him, he was in jail, and ever since then, I just feel like I've been trying to tell him how much Franco has changed, but he doesn't -- he doesn't get it. All he sees when he looks at Franco is the man who hurt Michael and Sam. And you know Jason is relentless about defending the people he loves. -Here it is. -This is it? Didn't think these things still existed.
Line's still good. Who would be calling me from out here?
(There was a news interruption here, so we'll have to get the rest later)
Speak to Detective Falconeri? He's out on assignment. Never mind. I'll call him myself. You can call whoever you want. It's not gonna change anything. Your father committed a crime. Okay, listen to me. My father has Alzheimer's. He just got diagnosed. He didn't know what the hell he was doing. I'm sorry. I'm sure this is incredibly hard for you. It doesn't have to be. I'll be happy to compensate ms. Jerome for all her damages and then this will be over and you'll let me take my father home. -Ava... -no, no, no. You made me start this. You're gonna have to let me finish it. This is the first time that I've ever been in a healthy relationship. This is the first time in my life that I've been in love with someone who's actually good for me. And it scares me...a lot. So, that's it. There you have it. That's... [Pounds desk] That's what I was gonna tell you on Valentine's Day. I was gonna tell you that I love you. I love you. Now you can go ahead and say whatever it is you were going to say. [Sniffs] I very much enjoy our friendship, and I never want to lose it. Hence my resolve to never sleep with you again.
Pinkie swear. [Exhales] Well, now that my stomach's completely uncoiled, want to get something to eat? I always want to get something to eat. I just want you to be aware that if Anna sees us together, it could wreck whatever's left of your relationship. In a way, I think Anna and I were over before we ever got started. I mean, I made a very poor attempt to try to open up to her, and...to be fair, I think she wanted to open up to me, but she can't or won't. For the life of me, I have no idea why.
Hi. This must be important if you wanted to see me in person. You wanted me to keep you in the loop about Faison's autopsy. Yeah, I did want that. His brain biopsy indicates he was suffering from Huntington's disease. It's also known as Huntington's Chorea. It's a genetic disorder of the brain. It's genetic? Mm. He could have passed it on to his children.
What are you doing here?
Ah, I just... I wrapped things up with Kevin, and I just wanted a glimpse of you before midnight, 'cause otherwise I'm not gonna be able to see my bride until the wedding. -Aww. Okay. That is my cue to leave. [Chuckles] I'll see you tomorrow. Thank you for tonight. This is my pleasure. And you. Me. Good luck tomorrow. Oh. [Chuckles] But if you hurt her, you'll have me to answer to. Mm-hmm. Isn't she the greatest? Oh, she's the best. All these calls came at night. What would anyone be doing out here in the middle of nowhere? I don't know. I mean, maybe, uh, it's just a prank. Okay, we're sure the number's right. No question. Did you -- did you double-check? Maybe there's a glitch in the line? No, no, it's a hard line phone. The number only rings to this one phone. Okay, the call tonight, I heard an explosion. Well, as you can see, there's nothing. [Sighs] Carly, what -- what are you doing? It's dark! You know, maybe we missed something. Ready to go? Where you going? What? Do you know where we are? Yeah, angel's bluff. Morgan was killed about 200 yards from here. He died in an explosion.
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