Is Baby Lisa Case a Copycat?

Around here we will never forget baby Sabrina Aisenberg. She disappeared in November 1997 near Tampa, Florida. To this day many of us believe her parents were involved.

Her mom, Marlene, cried at the first TV appearance, only most of us didn’t buy the crocodile tears. After that she and her husband, Steve, were like stone. There was no emotion from these people.

We had bigger problems with their story.

The garage door was always closed, except on this night. The kidnapper went straight to baby Sabrina’s room. The dog was always noisy, yet didn’t make a sound. There were no signs of a break-in or an intruder. Mom and dad didn’t hear a thing. They also refused to talk with 4-year old daughter and 8-year old son.

It seemed staged.

Now baby Lisa Irwin has disappeared in Kansas. The story goes that…

Dad Jeremy came home from work around 4am. The windows were unlocked and the lights were on. The cell phones were gone from the kitchen counter. The kidnapper knew exactly where to find her. Mom didn’t hear a thing. She refused to talk with her two sons.

It seemed staged.

Shirley Pfaff knew Deborah when they were military wives. “I am not shocked that her story has changed like the wind,” she told the Huffington Post, “that’s typical Debbie.”

“She was my friend at one time and I loved to be around her, but when I saw the other side of her and got to know the true Debbie, I couldn’t believe I trusted her with anything.

“When the story broke it was a normal morning in my house,” she sighed. “I got up, put on a pot of coffee and turned on ‘Good Morning America’ like usual and I heard Deborah Bradley. I immediately thought; this can’t be the Debbie I know. It just seemed unreal, until I walked back into the living room after hearing her voice. I just about collapsed; it made me sick because I just wouldn’t put this girl Debbie past anything crazy.”

Debbie is afraid she will be arrested. “I had absolutely nothing to do with it,” she swears. “It’s a waste of time, money, energy and focus and people should be looking for Lisa.”

The police have checked hundreds of leads that have gone nowhere.


May Your Glass Always Be Half Full


About Maxi

Hi … I'm Maxi, a retiree with an addiction. I have quit: raising kids, cleaning house, cooking, doing laundry—there is no end the list—everything is done on "have to." The addiction? Writing to my last breath. blessings ~ maxi
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