The Lost Song
Rachel is an older black woman that was seen passing along I-215 with the constant stream of refugees. She has curly silver-white hair, wears a pair of small spectacles, is wearing a pink dress and carries a cane. She has a very sweet demeanor, a higher-pitched elderly voice, and has been seen speaking to many of the downtrodden along the road, helping to raise their spirits.
She is possibly (almost assumed) to be a magi as well. The first time she passed through one of the invalid camps, those individuals with mortal wounds were found to be recovering, their wounds healed. Furthermore, during the confrontation against some retreating thugs, she appeared from the crowd to assist with Jennifer as she was carried behind the tent for protection. Rachel pulled out a small Bible, spoke a few lines from Psalm 116 (singing them in a very African-American, spiritual way) and Jennifer’s mortal chest wound somehow filled in. After that, Rachel disappeared in the chaos of the fleeing crowd.
Rachel’s last name is not definitively known (nor is her first name, for that matter). The few eye witness accounts of her last name tend to place it as Williams. It could possibly be something else.