Baby Lisa’s Mother Failed A 2011 Polygraph About Her Disappearance

Baby Lisa vanished from her crib on October 4, 2011. Despite an intense investigation, her whereabouts remain unknown. Two years later, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin are claiming their daughter may have been kidnapped by a Roma couple and taken to Greece.

In their initial investigation, Kansas City, Missouri, authorities became suspicious of Deborah Bradley. On the evening of October 4, Jeremy Irwin was at work, while Bradley was home with the children.

In her early statements, Bradley said baby Lisa was asleep in her crib at 10:30 pm. As reported by HLN, she later recanted, admitting she was “drunk enough to be drunk” when her daughter went missing. She eventually admitted the last time she saw baby Lisa was closer to 6:40 pm.

As reported by ABC News, authorities searched the family’s home with FBI cadaver dogs. According to the police affidavit, the dogs “indicated a positive ‘hit’ for the scent of a deceased human” on the floor near Bradley’s bed.

As part of the investigation, Bradley submitted to a polygraph test. Authorities did not release the results to the public. However, Bradley admitted on numerous occasions that she failed the polygraph. She said the results were incorrect as she has no knowledge about her daughter’s disappearance.

With few clues, the case eventually faded from the spotlight. Authorities said the case “remains an open and ongoing investigation.”

Two years after their daughter’s disappearance, a mysterious case in Greece caught the attention of Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin. A female child with blonde hair and blue eyes was removed from a Roma Gypsy encampment. Authorities were suspicious, as the child did not bear any resemblance to her parents.

DNA testing later confirmed that “Maria” was not biologically related to the couple who raised her for the last two years. As reported by, Bradley said she is “very hopeful that she could be Lisa.” Bradley and Irwin contacted the FBI to be included in the list of possible parents.

Dental records have confirmed that Maria is between the ages of 5 and 6. Baby Lisa would have turned 3 in November.

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