Gone Baby: The Disappearance of Lisa Irwin

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Gone Baby: The Disappearance of Lisa Irwin

The story of Lisa Irwin, who went missing when she was just 10 months old, has riveted the nation and left behind unanswered questions.  How does a 10-month old infant disappear from her crib, never to be seen again?  The police have focused on Lisa’s mother Deborah although there was plenty of evidence pointing to an abduction.

Deborah drank heavily the night Lisa disappeared and changed her story with police, increasing suspicions.  During the subsequent investigation, two witnesses were discovered who claimed to have seen a man walking down the street with a baby. Police were able to find and question a man matching the description of one witness, but the other witness claimed that his photo does not match the man they saw.

So, what is the current status of the investigation into Lisa’s disappearance?  Join us at the quiet end as we review Lisa’s story, the evidence, and the investigation.  If you’re thirsty, don’t worry, Dick has brought the beer.

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By |2017-07-25T16:34:02-07:00July 25th, 2017|True Crime|2 Comments

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  1. Moon January 23, 2018 at 4:36 pm - Reply

    I’m working on bringing Lisa home. I want to travel to Kansas but i’m only 12. So i’m doing research on Lisa and her parents. This is a big help! Thank you so much for telling this information! It means a lot to me and the world that you shared this vital information. And I know what you’re thinking ” Why is a 12 year old working on this case?” and yo answer that question, I would hate it if my baby brother got kidnapped while my family was asleep. And I want to help Lisa come home to her waiting mother and father.

    • Jane January 23, 2018 at 10:42 pm - Reply

      Moon,

      You are a brave and valiant young person! The world is made better by people like you.

      Go forth and slay!

      Best,

      Jane

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