Thirty-three later, Pascal set foot again on Tuesday June 28 on the ground where he admits having buried Marlaine Marquis, his ex-companion, the mother of two of his children.
It was a day in 1989. He would have concealed his body in a marl, one of those many cavities several meters deep that abound in the Normandy countryside.
The premises are located in a field at the exit of La Chapelle-Souëf (Orne), a charming village in Perche, on a property that belonged to the former mayor of the town.
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