We loved a poll we saw in a Facebook soap opera fan group about the scarecrow General Hospital cutie Jake drew so much, we had to bring it to you, our dear Soap Cities readers!
Ever since Franco (Roger Howarth) asked Jake (Hudson West) to play the “draw my life” game, the question of the scarecrow drawing has been haunting Jake’s loved ones–and General Hospital fans too!
Jake claims he didn’t draw it, and he had left the spot on the page empty when he and Franco went to sleep. But there it was, that creepy scarecrow, reminiscent of something the poor souls in The Children of the Corn might have seen, clearly scrawled by a child, on a previously empty part of Jake’s roll of paper representing the time he spent on Cassadine Island.
A Fan Ponders
Facebook user Matthew Weaver thinks the scarecrow is meant to represent some nefarious character Jake interacted with during the time he was held captive on Cassadine Island. Great theory! So, as Weaver asked on Facebook, we ask you who you think the scarecrow represents.
Could it be recurring Port Charles baddie Cesar Faison (Anders Hove)? Could Jake be trying to say something about his relationship with his dad, Jason (Billy Miller), who was also harmed by Helena Cassadine.
Give us your input in the comment section below. Check back with Soap Cities for more GH spoilers, recaps, news, and fun! Follow us on Twitter at @soapcities, on Instagram at @soapcities, and come chat with us in our Facebook group. Catch “General Hospital” weekdays on ABC.