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 Become Exorcists (Part 10): Bob Larson Isn’t a Therapist
Ross and Carrie continue their exorcist education. They learn how to act like a therapist without being one (and without getting sued), and study Bob’s vague distinctions between possession and various psychological diagnoses.
Ross and Carrie Become Exorcists (Part 9): The Meaning of Missing Memories
Ross and Carrie start level three at Bob Larson’s online exorcism school. They discern the difference between soul and spirit, learn about inner healing, and examine Bob’s theories about demonization, repressed memory, and dissociative identity disorder.
Ross and Carrie Become Exorcists (Part 8): Carrie’s Satanic Book Report
Carrie reviews Bob Larson’s “Satanism: The Seduction of America’s Youth," and speaks to one of Bob's former employees, then tells Ross all the strangest details.
Ross and Carrie Tell the Future: Foresight is 2021 Edition
Ross and Carrie each solicit psychic predictions for 2021. Will Ross and his wife expect a baby? Will Carrie get married, as planned? Will Donald Trump be arrested? And how does this COVID thing end?
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?
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So thoughtful and well done! The combination of skepticism and empathy for their subjects is (with plenty of jokes) makes this podcast special.
Ross told me, Jeannine, specifically, to write a review. Or knit a dog sweater. In fact, he posited that the subsection of Jeannine listeners was greater than that of sweater knitters. Well, I’m both, and apparently they are psychic. Guess I’m getting a dog! The lesson of this podcast is to take a small amount of evidence, hold it up as proof of something spiritual and paranormal, and then spend money to devote my life to the cause, right? I hear you speaking directly to me, charismatic podcast leaders. I would follow you anywhere.
ONRAC makes for great listening - I learn a lot, and I have a good time while doing it!