At the age of 27, the son of General Hospital stars Jack and Kristina Wagner…




At the age of 27, the son of General Hospital stars Jack and Kristina Wagner was discovered dead

According to online records from the Los Angeles Medical Examiner’s Office that E! News got from the internet, the couple’s son, Harrison Wagner, died at age 27.

A department representative said Harrison was discovered dead in a parking lot in the North Hollywood section of Los Angeles around 5 a.m. on June 6.

The cause of death hasn’t been found yet, so the case has been put on hold while more research is done.

A representative for the Los Angeles Police Department told E! News on June 7 that the police who were sent to the area because of a complaint about a medical issue don’t think anything suspicious is going on right now.

In the 1980s and 1990s, Harrison was the youngest son of General Hospital co-stars Jack and Kristina. The couple has a 31-year-old son named Peter Wagner, and Jack has an adult daughter named Kerry, whom he reconciled with in 2011 after her original mother gave her up for adoption when she was born.

Jack and Kristina married in 1993, and their divorce was finalized in 2006. Despite this, the two have maintained a close relationship.

On January 1, 2019, Jack shared a photo of himself with Kristina and Harrison, writing that he was “very proud” of their kid. The Melrose Place alum captioned the photo, “# grateful # proudparents # lovemyfamily.”

In a social media post just a week before Harrison’s death, Kristina remarked on valuable family time in a social media post, saying that they had bid a “bittersweet farewell to the place we called Wagner Ranch for 25 years.”

“The prickly beauty of the high desert and a landscape surrounded by national forests always reminded us that there is tranquility when you are willing to look for it,” she said beside a photo of her two sons on the steps of a log house.

It’s time to say goodbye, Ranch. With our loving recollections of you, we’ll miss you terribly. “We are aware that there will be plenty of opportunities for delight in the future.”