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portrait by Anh Do. In this rare in­ter­view, Do is struck by Cham­ber­lain-Creighton’s ready smile and hu­man­ity, de­spite be­ing roundly re­garded as a mur­derer for too many years. She re­veals shock­ing de­tail of the night she lost her first daugh­ter; her in­car­cer­a­tion and its im­pact on her other chil­dren; and how her clear con­science and faith in God kept her go­ing. While her re­silience is re­mark­able, given all that she’s en­dured, her emo­tional scars are also vis­i­ble – break­ing down in tears as she re­calls how her mother went to her grave bro­ken by what Lindy went through; and me­mories of hav­ing to tell her grand­sons Ai­den and Re­gan their mother had been jailed for killing their sis­ter. IT’s been 20 years since

un­leashed this bril­liant mob­ster drama on the world and Fox­tel will mark the oc­ca­sion by re­play­ing all six sea­sons over the next week on its Boxed Sets chan­nel. One to series link, or use your Easter break to binge.

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