|Appearances|| Last Specter|
|Occupation||Leader of The Clampettes|
Hanna is a young lady who is very interested in what Inspector Clamp Grosky is doing at all times. In fact, her emotions run riot whenever he even walks past her. She appears in the prequel trilogy of games: Professor Layton and the Last Specter, Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask, and Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy.
Hanna wears a blue hat, blue suit, blue skirt, white shirt and a red bag. She also wears a lot of make up.
When Emmy is asked to retrieve documents, newspapers and files from Layton's Office by Professor Layton, she calls by Scotland Yard to ask Inspector Clamp Grosky for his help on the case. During her time looking for Grosky, she comes across Hanna, with her eyes turning into bumping love hearts. Hanna becomes a valuable figure in order to trace where Inspector Clamp Grosky is.
Chapter 3: The Battle of Monte d'Or
Professor Layton and the group find Hanna outside City Hall, who had come all the way from London to document Inspector Grosky's moves on the Masked Gentleman case. She said she had seen the people turn to stone the previous night, and that Grosky was most likely tracking down the Masked Gentleman at that time. She informs Layton and the others that the officers were talking about carriage tracks that were found and were being investigated.
In a special episode, Hanna is seen trying to find the Masked Gentleman, and wondering why Inspector Grosky wasn't on the scene yet. Artie sees her, and asks if she was the female spy who apparently turned up when the officers from Scotland Yard showed up. Hanna denies this however, and Artie continues on by saying she appears when the Masked Gentleman does, and she chases him on rooftops, trying to lose her; according to him, no officer beats her to a crime scene. Hanna doesn't realize he is really talking about her, and wishes to "find" this spy as to ask her questions for Grosky's sake.
Chapter 5: Miracles Unmasked
Hanna had heard of Alphonse Dalston's arrest, but doesn't seem to think it makes sense. On the night of the petrification incident, she had chased the Masked Gentleman, and he hadn't headed towards Dalston's house, or any of his hotels. Professor Layton thinks this will be of vital evidence towards Dalston's innocence.
Hanna appears again at Pumpkin Park, since she heard of the Masked Gentleman appearing and therefore figuring that Inspector Grosky would be there, although she had lost him in the crowd. Emmy suggests that she develops other interests, but Hanna takes gets the wrong idea out of her suggestion. She then tells the group that the policemen and Leonard Bloom had gathered for a meeting of sorts at the Reunion Inn.
Chapter 7: The Reunion Inn
Hanna stated she had some information for Inspector Grosky, saying that the police had been talking of a woman who has been chasing the Masked Gentleman on rooftops, possibly being an accomplice. Emmy knows this woman is Hanna, and jokes that she is also chasing after Inspector Grosky. She gets fumed that someone was stalking Grosky, and does a puzzle to calm herself down. She had mixed feelings about this "other" woman, as she was worried she would steal Grosky away. She thought of making her the secretary of her Grosky fan club, however.
"Hanna is a refined yet passionate lady who believes Grosky is the man she's been waiting to meet all her life. Once she catches sight of him, her emotions run wild and there is no stopping her. She would climb mountains for him if she had to."
"Hanna is the number one (and only) member of the Clampettes, a Clamp Grosky fan club. Rocketing in every chance she gets, she has gone down in police history for always being the first to arrive at the scene of a crime, if only to fawn over her unsuspecting inspector."
"As president and (despite her efforts) sole member of the Clamp Grosky Fan Club, Hanna considers it her duty to follow her idol wherever he goes, and is remarkably successful at doing so. Her ability to predict police movements has even put her on the radar of several national intelligence agencies."