Welcome to Oh No, Ross and Carrie, the show where we don’t just report on fringe science, spirituality, and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Follow us as we join religions, undergo alternative treatments, seek out the paranormal, and always find the humor in life's biggest mysteries. We show up - so you don’t have to.
Ross and Carrie Meet Joe Ondrak: Unmasking Q Edition
We speak with Joe Ondrak, an investigator whose team recently unmasked a major Qanon figure. Joe is a senior researcher at Logically, an outfit combating fake news and other misinformation.
Ross and Carrie’s Hindsight is 2020: Psychic Review Edition
Ross and Carrie look back at their January 2020 psychic readings. Did Ross become a widower? Did a peacock make national news? Who won the U.S. election? And was there anything INCREDIBLY MAJOR about 2020 that absolutely no one mentioned?
Ross and Carrie Become Exorcists (Part 7): Demon Proofing Prayers
Gather round, class. Ross Blocher will be sharing what he learned from Bob Larson’s book, Demon Proofing Prayers. Ross tells us how to spot evil, join the battle against Satan, and use special prayers to break curses and claim victory in God.
Ross and Carrie Become Exorcists (Part 6): Curses Be Gone!
Ross and Carrie finish up the Warrior Level at the International School of Exorcism. They learn more about Satan and his evil army, and finally learn how to break a curse that could be thousands of years old. The process may surprise you.
Ross and Carrie Become Exorcists (Part 5): We are Warriors
Ross and Carrie begin the Warrior Level at the International School of Exorcism. They learn about Lucifer's character, how the Catholic church has kept exorcism alive, why good people suffer, and which is the most accurate movie about exorcism.
Ross and Carrie Become Exorcists (Part 4): Readings on Rock, Sex, and the New Age
Ross and Carrie read three entire books by exorcist Bob Larson. They learn about the dangers of rock music, lust, and experimenting with basically any spirituality other than fundamentalist Christianity.
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QAnonners Can Stay Mad
It’s clear that all the negative reviews are from butthurt adherents of one or more of the groups/ideologies covered. In reality, this show does such humble, thorough, funny and fascinating investigation. If you like The Dream, Kumbaya Confessional or Guru, you’ll love ONRAC.
Many, many years of pleasure
Update: It’s really cute that Carrie struggles to understand British-English phraseology with Mr Ondrac. Be careful, though, not to put your confusion onto the guest—the sharp, incredulous tone was something I typically cheer to, in response to outrageous assertions; I can’t cheer for repeated, slight mishearing on Carrie’s part, resolved by her sharply asking the credible guests to repeat themselves three times. More apology or else an edit would have been good: I want to cheer for the carefully balanced tone of astonishment Carrie whips out on dangerous guests, and I don’t want it wasted or used as a bludgeon against her or women’s tones in general. Sorry that I’ve been actively calling you skeptics... I genuinely thought that was the preferred term! TIL. Thank you for seven wonderful years (on my side)! I love hearing a bit about your lives, from the mutual love of Disney, to Carrie and Drew’s love story, to feeling like I got to experience Ross’s kiddo growing up into such an intelligent teen. I also really, really love Ross’s wife, not least for managing all of her pregnancy scares that are always being thrust upon her by psychic predictions. Hang in there, girl. You all seem like a great team and network... I hope you’re doing well during Covid :)
Phenomenal podcast about phenomenons
A friend suggested this podcast. I started with the Exorcist 7 part series and have been sucked in ever since. I can tell I’m getting a lot out of this important research. I regularly laugh out loud. Can’t wait to go back and listen to previous episodes. This is a s worth a listen!