December 16, 2020, Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn). In this small village of barely 3,000 souls, a family wakes up shaken: Delphine Jubillar, née Aussaguel, has vanished into thin air during the night. This 33-year-old nurse at the material time had, a priori, no reason to disappear: in the process of divorce and very attached to her two children, Louis and Elyah, she was about to start a whole new chapter of his life.
Six months after the sudden disappearance, Delphine’s husband, Cédric, is arrested and indicted for “voluntary homicide on a spouse”. The father and plasterer artisan denies any involvement with the disappearance, let alone the death of his companion. He is imprisoned in the Seysses remand center (Haute-Garonne), where he is placed in solitary confinement.
On a Facebook page entitled “Support for the families of Delphine Aussaguel”, the entourage of the mother of the family thanks Audrey, a medium who conducts her own research in the field in order to find the missing.
“Audrey and her husband traveled more than 900 km to help us, and try to find Delphine, for her children and her family. They have been surveying Cagnac-les-Mines, the surroundings, the ravines for 3 days. We met her and she is a beautiful person with whom we were able to exchange. She is determined, and has only one mission, to find Delphine“, can we read on this publication.