Sometimes, it seems, the dingo does eat your baby. In 1980, 9-month-old Azaria Chamberlain went missing in the heart of Australia's Outback. Her mother Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton was initially charged with murder and jailed. Her defense? Well, the dingo ate her baby. But in 1988, her conviction (along with her husband's) was overturned after a piece of Azaria's clothing was found near a dingo lair. The trial was a global media sensation and became part of pop culture with the 1988 film A Cry in the Dark starring Meryl Streep as well as the Seinfeld episode in which Elaine gives her rendition of the dingo line. But doubt has always surrounded the Chamberlains, and in 2010 the case was reopened in an effort to clear their name. Since the trial, there have been other reports of dingo attacks on humans, including one in 2001 in which a 9-year-old boy was killed.