Haunting final words of mom who vanished after Walmart visit with ex & toddler are revealed by fiancé along with clues | The Sun

A MISSING mom's fiancé has revealed the final conversation they had before she mysteriously vanished without a trace.

Jill Sidebotham, 28, was last seen in a Walmart store in Mexico, Maine with her ex-boyfriend Nicholas Hansen, 38, and their daughter Lydia, two, on July 2.

Worried fiancé Corey Alexander, 31, told The Sun that he and Jill spoke on June 26 about their new apartment in Sanford.

It was the day before she, Hansen, and Lydia reportedly went on a camping trip.

Alexander and Jill, who have been engaged for just over a year, were planning to move into their new home by the Fourth of July weekend.

The press brake operator said: “I had moved my stuff out of storage. We were about to start moving her clothes.

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“We were due to move into the property at the end of the week that they (Jill and Hansen) went on the trip.”

He revealed that Jill didn’t mention at any point that she was going on a camping trip with her ex.

The pair had recently marked her son Brayden Sidebotham-Farmer’s 10th birthday.

Alexander said: “We had a nice weekend together. Everything was normal.”

He and Jill have been dating for three years – a relationship that he describes as “perfect”.

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He said: “What we have is really pure. We were always honest with each other. It’s made me the man that I am today.”

Alexander said that he has a great relationship with Brayden and Lydia.  

He fears that "something very wrong" has happened as it has been more than two weeks since Jill vanished.

Jill’s mom warned her daughter not to go camping, according to a family Facebook post.

Ron Sidebotham told the Boston Globe: “My wife said she tried to stop her but [Jill] said it would be fine.”

And, he told WMTV: “This is not in her (Jill’s) nature to do anything like this. She’s never done anything like this.”


Jill’s family claimed her phone was turned off on June 28 but Alexander said he received messages, which The Sun has seen, from her Facebook account the next day.

But, Alexander admitted he’s not certain that the texts came from her phone.

He doesn't suspect that Hansen sent the messages but fears if he saw them, "they may have set him off".

Alexander told Jill that he loved her as he replied to one of her texts.

He said his morning had been “made better” after hearing from his partner.


He said that he was looking forward to watching Stranger Things and that was the last message he received.

Jill, Hansen, and Lydia were last seen at the supermarket.

Sanford Police Lt. Matthew Gagne said at the time they were buying food.

He said: “There did not appear to be anything nefarious or criminal.”

Surveillance footage captured the trio paying for food in the store.

But, there’s been no activity on Jill’s credit cards and her cell phone isn’t accepting calls, according to police.

Jill’s family has not heard from the mom of two, fueling concern among cops.

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Detectives have received several tips but none so far have led to anything substantial.

The pair were last seen driving a silver 2005 Volkswagen Jetta.

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