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Burden of Guilt

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True Crime

Burden of Guilt tells the harrowing story of Tracyraquel Berns, a woman who has spent the last four decades of her life at the center of one of the most bizarre and disturbing cases in American History. When she was just two years old, her baby brother tragically died. He was only four months old. Tracyraquel grew up believing that her baby brother’s death was the result of a terrible accident. Her family refused to discuss what happened, leaving her suspicious and wanting answers. Years later, Tracyraquel discovered that the death was no accident. Medical records revealed that she was responsible for Matthew’s death. But she was only a young toddler at the time. Could it be true? Or was she simply a scapegoat? Tracyraquel knew in her gut something more sinister was at play. She needed to get to the bottom of what really happened to Matthew. This series explores Tracyraquel’s pursuit of truth, justice, and healing.


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4.4 out of 5 stars from 984 ratings
  • Really enjoyed!

    Really enjoyed this podcast. Was really well broken down by the episodes, gave great back ground information and details. The struggles of this case are unbelievable and not something you wouldn’t see in a tv drama! Great listen

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom7 days ago
  • Highly recommend (and recommend a follow up episode)

    I’m not typically a fan of true crime, but this was an amazing series about an amazing woman. There are just a few pieces to the puzzle that I think could have been explained more. I’d be very interested to know more about Matthew’s father (a viewer’s question about this was asked in episode 8, but not directly answered) and about Tracyrachel’s mother’s background. Did she experience abuse growing up, was she a drug user….what led her to accepting spousal abuse & standing by while her children w... more

    Apple Podcasts
    AD inW.Pa
    United States11 days ago
  • Host/Journalist is painful to listen to

    I really wanted to get through this story because it is compelling and happens to have taken place where i grew up. I found the host to be so overly dramatic and pushed in her questions and delivery of details. I think the writing definitely contributes to the tone but it truly boils down to her as the narrator. I’m only partially into episode two and unfortunately, I think I have to stop here. The double name of Tracy Raquel repeatedly being said also becomes pretty distracting. I’m sorry to st... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States11 days ago
  • Too many ads

    Good show but way too many breaks to enjoy

    Apple Podcasts
    Rob Bold
    United States12 days ago
  • Nicotine Ads!!??

    Disappointed to hear ads from Zyn during this podcast. Please do better. Will not keep listening to this podcast due to affiliation with Zyn.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States14 days ago

Chart Rankings

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#96 Canada/True Crime
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#111 Australia/True Crime
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#246 Italy/True Crime
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