Back in August of 1980, Lindy Chamberlain and her (now ex) husband Michael took their three children camping in the Australian outback. Late one night, Lindy put her youngest child, 9-week-old Azaria in a bassinet and went to rejoin her friends and family for a barbecue. It's been reported that soon after she went and joined the group, witnesses heard a menacing growl and a baby crying. Lindy says she ran back to Azaria's crib to find the baby being dragged away by a dingo.
Dingoes, a wild dog from Australia, were believed to be relatively calm animals who don't attack without being provoked. Lindy's claim earned scoffs and disbelief from fellow Australians who, for 32 years, have believed Lindy had something to do with her daughter's disappearance. Azaria was never found but her bloody clothing was. That seemed suspicious to many people.
After recent attacks on children committed by dingoes, people in criminal justice careers reopened Azaria's disappearance case and looked at the evidence. Today a coroner announced that the child was snatched by the wild dog and issued a new birth certificate proclaiming this thereby releasing Lindy of any speculation of wrongdoing and finally allowing Azaria to rest in peace.
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