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Sophia worked at the Alvar Hanso Center for Advanced Medical Sciences, which was within the Sanremo Mercy Memorial Hospital in Sanremo, Italy.
Thomas Werner Mittelwerk was tracked there by Rachel Blake, and she witnessed him shaking hands with a nurse as he left. Rachel writes in her third Italy blog, "let's call her, Sophia." It is unknown whether the woman's real name is Sophia, or whether Rachel conjured the name without any precedent.
Wishing to learn more about what Mittelwerk had been doing inside the hospital, Rachel tried to reach out to Sophia. After initially being ushered out of the building, Rachel managed to bribe the nurse into a meet, and recorded their conversation. The audio can be heard here.
St. Sophia was the church the main character, M. Poirot, was going to visit in Istanbul, Turkey in Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express". Sophia (also referred to as St. Sophia) was the name of the little girl who was thought to be the "Savior" in the book "Valis" written by Phillip K. Dick.
(Raindrops can be heard in the background along with soft blues music and cars driving by)