Not much is known about Annie except that she was a prostitute.
Events of Criminal Case
Isaac and the player found a shoe in the brothel after investigating it upon Madam Xiang's request. As the shoe had dirt containing traces of hair pomade, they talked to barber's help Gladys Perrin, who said it was Annie's. According to Gladys, Annie wanted to escape the brothel because other prostitutes were disappearing. When the team told Gladys that Annie was missing, she told them to look at the fair. There, they found a ripped, bloody dress, which Madam Xiang confirmed was Annie's. The team presumed that she had died after such a wound.
Isaac and the player confronted journalist Katherine Woolf about her article regarding the police's lack of response towards the prostitute disappearances. During the interrogation, Katherine said that Annie was one of many prostitutes buried in the communal grave outside of town, confirming that she was dead. According to Katherine, all the prostitutes died to a slash wound to the stomach, evidence for a serial killer.
- Annie might be based on Annie Chapman, one of the five known victims of the infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper, who in turn is likely the inspiration for Annie's killer, the Scarlet Slayer.
- Eyes Wide Shut (Case #20 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)
- Blue Blazes (Case #21 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)