Australian woman who was wrongly convicted of murdering her infant daughter Azaria at Uluru in 1980. She spent three years in prison before her original story, that a dingo had taken her baby, was supported by physical evidence, resulting in her release.
She moved from New Zealand to Australia with her family in 1949.
She received $1.3 million from the Australian government in compensation for her wrongful conviction.
She divorced her daughter's father, pastor Michael Chamberlain, in 1991. The next year, she got remarried to publisher Rick Creighton.
She was portrayed in the film A Cry in the Dark by Meryl Streep, who received an Oscar nomination for the role.