"I don't believe her. I just don't believe her."
Bradley is an "attention hound," according to the former friend, who says she's skeptical about the tearful interviews Bradley has given during the hunt for her missing daughter, 11-month-old Lisa Irwin.
"I don't buy it. I know she can turn her cry on like that. I know she is a good con artist. A very good con artist," said Shirley Pfaff.
Pfaff told TV station WICU she grew close to Bradley when both were army wives at Fort Bragg. Bradley was married to a serviceman. Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, is an electrician.
"She does have a good heart but then there's just that other side of her that's a totally different person you don't want to be around," Pfaff said.
Meanwhile, two witnesses have come forward with information that could bolster the claim by baby Lisa's parents that she was abducted by a stranger in the middle of the night.
A neighbor told Good Morning America she saw a male stranger carrying a baby wearing just a diaper the night baby Lisa vanished.
"I couldn't imagine anybody outside walking with their baby in the cold like that with no clothes on," she said.
And another Kansas City resident said he saw the same thing later that night, just a couple of miles away.
"About four o'clock in the morning, forty-five degrees, the baby didn't have a blanket, a coat, or anything," he said.
An attorney for baby Lisa's parents claims police have been trying to extract a confession from them, but a police spokesman calls that claim ridiculous.