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'Days of Our Lives' Spoilers: Ben Confesses His Murders to Clyde?

The "Days of Our Lives" spoilers for Tuesday's episode may open with Ben confessing his guilt to Clyde, bringing his secret crimes to the light.

Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) has been feeling the guilt eating up at him. Feeling the need to come to terms with the murders he has committed in the past, he is likely to come up to Clyde (James Read), to confess all the evil he has done.

Ben isn't about to let the police know about his wrongdoings, but feels pressed upon to unburden himself. The questions that remains is whether Clyde already knows what Ben has done, and if he doesn't, what can he be planning to do with the new information that's about to fall into his lap?

October 20 is also set to be the day "Days of Our Lives" loses another villain in James Read. Will Clyde leave Salem for good, or is he expected to return?.

Hope (Kristian Alfonso) is seeing a surfeit of admirers and one character is doing his best to get her back into his arms as soon as possible. Meanwhile, Bo (Robert Kelker-Kelly) is still in Mexico and Rafe (Galen Gering) is keeping his true feelings on hold. An attractive young woman catches his attention and Rafe suddenly latches on a way to forget his partner, even for just a while.

On the other hand, Chad (Billy Flynn) is still in his coma and both Stefano (Joseph Mascolo) and Andre (Thaao Penghlis) are doing all that they can to make sure Chad wakes up a free man. One spoiler has both Stefano and Andre convincing Aiden (Daniel Cosgrove) to do something he wouldn't ordinarily do. The question remains whether Aiden becomes aware of what they're planning and whether he'll play along.

In the police station, the rookie cop, Lani Price (Sal Stowers) is looking deeply into Abe's (James Reynolds) history and it is likely she will start asking someone some very pointed questions soon.

"Days of Our Lives" returns to NBC later where it airs weekdays at 1PM.

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