The story of how nine-week old baby Azaria disappeared from her family's tent while camping at Uluru in 1980 holds as much fascination today as it did 35 years ago when Lindy Chamblerlain declared a dingo had stolen her baby. She was convicted of murder, and later exonerated.
Over all the years, more than 20,000 letters have been written to Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton. Some sympathetic, some not so much.
The letters reveal the depth of divided opinion about the case and they are the basis of a new play, Letters to Lindy. Playwright Alana Valentine talks to Jesse about the letters and what they reveal.