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Alice Lynne "Lindy" Chamberlain-Creighton (née Murchison; born 4 March 1948) is a New Zealand-born woman who was wrongfully convicted in one of Australia's most publicised murder trials. Accused of killing her nine-week-old daughter, Azaria, while camping at Uluru (then usually known as Ayers Rock) in 1980, she maintained that she saw a dingo leave the tent where Azaria was sleeping. The prosecution case was circumstantial and depended on forensic evidence.

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by Chamberlain-Creighton, Lindy, 1948-
Moore Park, NSW : Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, [2015] , ©2015
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by Valentine, Alana, 1961-
Canberra, ACT : National Library of Australia, [2017] , ©2017
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