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In Code: GH

As the Claudia storyline comes to a close, viewers are being introduced to an unquestionably more mysterious one, with repeated glimpses of the "CO77X" graffiti. Viewers have seen this code-like tag in countless scenes this week. And it is usually accompanied by crime scene photos in a presumably abandoned office of some sort.

The mystery surrounding "CO77X" only became more intriguing on Friday when it was seen among newspaper clippings depicting the arrest of Jason Morgan. This particular scene also contained multiple inscriptions of Jason's name written in chalk, as if to signify an obsession. This leads me to believe that someone may be fixated on putting Jason behind bars. And since I can pretty much guarantee that this does not involve Mac, this can only mean one thing, the introduction of James Franco's character.

James Franco makes his daytime debut in less than a month, so it stands to reason that GH would already be laying the groundwork for his storyline. And even though viewers have heard next to nothing about what role he will play, it has been noted that his presence in Port Charles will make Jason's life more difficult. This makes me believe that those mysterious markings are somehow connected to his character.

Perhaps Franco will be playing a rogue FBI agent, fixated on making Jason pay for his crimes. Or perhaps he will be playing the part of a fellow mobster who was sent to prison for a crime that Jason committed, and is returning to Port Charles seeking revenge. This could mean that the mysterious graffiti is a symbolic code for that crime. Perhaps 77X is the crime in question, while CO stands for "carry out." Translation, the graffiti could have been orders written in code to 'carry out' a particular crime that someone other than Jason was convicted for committing.

Still, the question remains as to who is in these crime photos. Obviously Dante is connected to all of this somehow because he was the first person to become suspicious of those markings. And the only logical reason I can think of for the Dante connection is if Mr. Poletti is the man seen in those photos. Perhaps Dante remembers seeing "CO77X" around the time Mr. Poletti was murdered. Of course this is all speculation on my part, so my theories could prove to be entirely inaccurate. However one thing seems clear, regardless of the secrets that this graffiti holds it is likely to have lasting affects on Port Charles.


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