- "Some teenager tried to scare me. Seemed like he wanted to bite me. The way he came after me --he was just shuffling along. Not like he was in a hurry to get me... and that's not the only odd duck in town today. Seems like everyone's a little drunk. And angry. Lot of fights going on. Maybe it's the heat."
- —Mrs. Heller explaining how she scrapped her arm and about the town's residents. (Determinant)[src]
Mrs. Heller is a character featured in The Walking Dead: Dead Reckoning.
Very little is known about Mrs. Heller's life before the outbreak, except that she was a lifetime resident of King County, Georgia.
During the early stages of the outbreak, Mrs. Heller ran into Shane as he was answering a call out the Taylor's resident. Her hand was covered in blood and if Shane asks her, she will say that a teenager shuffled towards her and had attacked her, getting herself cut on a mailbox. She said that she heard yelling coming from the house and then heard a loud pop.
Shane hears gunfire coming from the Taylor residence, and he must decide what to do with Mrs. Heller, whether to have her sit her inside the cruiser or leave her alone where something unexpected may occur to her.
Safeguard Mrs. Heller (Unknown): When a shot is heard coming from the Taylor residence, Shane orders her to wait in his police car, where he then takes her home after arresting Gary. Her fate is unknown.
Don't Protect Her (Dead): If Shane tells her to go home or he goes the residence without protect her, walkers will devour her.
If Shane didn't protect Mrs. Heller, he will notice her bloodstain, learning her death.
If Shane doesn't protect her, walkers will devour her.
|Dead Reckoning Characters|
|King County Sheriff's Department||Shane • Leon • Don|
|Taylor Family||Gary's Cat • Gary • Patricia|
|Grimes Family||Rick • Lori • Carl|
|Miscellaneous Characters||Reporter • Mrs. Heller • Robb • Paul|
|Alive characters appear in green. Unknown characters appear in blue. Dead characters appear in red and italics. Undead characters appear in grey and italics. Determinant characters appear in purple. Without italics, determinant characters either die, stay alive or are left with unknown status.|