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On June 9th, 2009, in a sleepy suburban neighborhood, beloved family man, Matt Stewart, was viciously attacked in his own bedroom by an unknown intruder.
To date, there have been no arrests made, suspects named, or meaningful updates provided from the official investigation.
Nearly a decade later, an independent podcast series, UNFORGOTTEN: The Unsolved Murder of Matt Stewart, began surfacing suspicious, never-before-reported, details about this brutal crime.
Through firsthand accounts from friends, family, and neighbors of the victim, and with commentary from nationally renowned experts, UNFORGOTTEN dives headfirst into a bizarre and complicated mystery that has never received the attention in deserves; the Unsolved Murder of Matt Stewart.

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On June 9th, 2009, in a sleepy suburban neighborhood, beloved family man, Matt Stewart, was viciously attacked in his own bedroom by an unknown intruder.
To date, there have been no arrests made, suspects named, or meaningful updates provided from the official investigation.
Nearly a decade later, an independent podcast series, UNFORGOTTEN: The Unsolved Murder of Matt Stewart, began surfacing suspicious, never-before-reported, details about this brutal crime.
Through firsthand accounts from friends, family, and neighbors of the victim, and with commentary from nationally renowned experts, UNFORGOTTEN dives headfirst into a bizarre and complicated mystery that has never received the attention in deserves; the Unsolved Murder of Matt Stewart.

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4.4 out of 5
303 Ratings

303 Ratings

Lizardman137 ,

The Little Engine That Will

Don’t let Freddy fool you. At first, you will think to yourself, what is this guy doing as he seems to fumble around the first episode. Ah, but wait. Each episode Freddy’s disarming charm and light voice with the inflection of “my grandma sent me over with some soup because she heard you were sick” is absolutely perfect in weaving a story that is downright astonishing. The police are either tight lipped or buffoons. The family is either so God-fearing-loving-His plan or the planners. The local media is either ignoring a story which could land someone an AP byline or their journalistic training ended at the high school newspaper. Oh but Freddy. He is someone who can and will single handedly drag this town kicking and screaming to the killer. Whether their is a prosecution or not depends on if the Sheriff is in jail himself with all of the investigations they have going on. Hey Mooresville, one, two, Freddy’s coming for you. Listen to this podcast. It gets better. And better. And better. I swear Freddy already knows who planned it. And likely who did it. Wow.

BThompson2915 ,

Great work

I was kind of iffy on listening to this podcast at first but after the first episode I was hooked and I am so glad I listened and continue to listen. The more that I listen the more it becomes even more strange. As a mother I would never leave one of my kids in a house with a killer asleep or not and for that to be what happened is what first strikes me as odd. Then to hear about this mother-in-laws “bad feeling” makes it even more odd and how she had her own phone but instead wants to pay someone a large amount of money to use theirs. The wife and her mom know exactly who killed Matt and I do strongly believe they were in on it and have gotten away with it for far too long. If you never allow your daughter to do sleepovers but she is somehow over at a sleepover the night this happens, you leave your other child in the house while the murder is taking place, only carrying out one of your children, going to the hospital without knowing if your child left in the house is okay, and then all the strange behavior by the MIL I don’t know how the police didn’t look at these women as suspects in this poor mans death. I also find it extremely strange how anyone would invite anyone into a bloody mess of a house to show it off unless they did have something to do with the murder.

April4283 ,

Great Podcast

I’m local and it’s sad that I only know about this awful crime thanks to Freddie, not because of the family or police actively trying to solve it. I think Freddie does a great job at being unbiased, way better than I could do.

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