"Cinnamon" was the name used by a woman who was discovered decomposing in a houseboat floating off of Sigsby Bay. It is alleged she never told anyone her real name.
The decedent was found deceased on a derelict cabin cruiser in Sigsby Bay after possibly overdosing on amphetamines and alcohol days before near the Rat Key. She was found with a poem about her life and death on her person, along with a note that the boat's owner would soon be returning from Alaska. The owner of the houseboat was never named.
An anonymous tip was given to the authorities by a man who claimed to be Cinnamon's boyfriend who stated she was suicidal. He said that she always went by the name "Cinnamon" and allegedly never told anyone her real name.
- Unshaven legs.
- Black, moderately graying hair measuring approximately 4 centimeters.
- May have given birth at least once in her lifetime.
- Charcoal-colored swimming trunks with pockets.
- Cotton brief underpants.
- Cut-off tank top with a flamingo emblem.
- A rope necklace with a glass amulet attached by a coiled wire.
- A beaded string bracelet on her right ankle.