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    Throwback Thursday GH Poll: Let's Get Away From It All.

    Thursday, December 19 2013

    (Nikki Nelson/
    A reprieve from being police commissioner.

    A flash back to 1986 finds Port Charles' police commissioner embroiled in a murder investigation that implicated a friend on "General Hospital."

    Duke recently wanted to whisk Anna away when unbeknownst to him, she was worried about keeping Faison's demise a secret. As police commissioner in 1986, it was worry over if a friend killed Alan Quartermaine when his plane went down that bothered Anna. Duke had a knack for coming to the rescue. He wanted her to escape when he found her obsessing over a piece of evidence. A broken cup that had been sent for analysis distracted her, especially when the clue added up with other clues as mounting evidence against a close acquaintance.

    In the end, it was revealed that none of Anna's friends were involved in killing Alan Quartermaine, who had planned a fake death. However, until it was proven that Alan was alive, Anna was disturbed to learn that the fragments from the broken cup matched a set of dishes of a friend. Which friend was suspect until Alan returned to Port Charles from the dead? Vote in's Throwback Thursday Poll to tell us.

    Watch the General Hospital Behind The Scenes Video Port Charles Mob War. Read's Revenge Recap: Exodus to learn what Patrick found at Nolan's house.

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    - Violette DeSantis

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