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Oh No, Ross and Carrie

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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.
 
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Ross and Carrie follow up their rage room experience with a discussion on anger featuring social psychologist Dr. Carol Tavris, author of Anger: The Misunderstood Emotion. Is anger meant to be released, best to keep bottled up, or is the truth far more subtle and situation-dependent than what can fit on a bumper sticker? Dr. Tavris shares the resea…
 
Ross and Carrie head to downtown Los Angeles, seize their weapons, and give vent to their colossal RAGE. Their targets: about a dozen votive candle holders, a crate of leftover glass bottles, and an old car. Will their towering fury finally abate as they wail on an Impala at a rage room? Or will they discover they’d rather read a book and take a wa…
 
Looking for a shortcut to fame, wealth, sex and - most importantly - influence? Ross shares all the tips and tricks you’ll need to create your own cult, including how to claim divine authority, a connection to source, lots of important-sounding catch phrases, a trove of testimonials, and a dash of miracles… in this talk delivered at SkeptiCal 2021.…
 
Inspired by some all-too-serious videos on Tik Tok, Ross and Carrie buy a popular lie-detecting toy and put each other in the hot seat. Will either of them suffer the genuine, battery-powered electric shock reserved for only the most hardened liars? Will they learn who among them is a Truth Teller and who bears false witness? Or will they discover …
 
In honor of Maximum Fun’s Block Party, Ross and Carrie welcome new listeners with a return to one of their favorite investigations: laughter yoga! In 2014, they attended a handful of events put on by organizers of the movement to laugh for no reason. Now, they invite listeners new and old to time travel with them as they revisit this enduring, clas…
 
NEW EPISODE! Carrie speaks with UK journalist, organizer, host, and long-time friend of the show, Michael Marshall. “Marsh” recently wrote a three-part series of articles in which he revealed the results of his systematic lurking within one online anti-vaccine group. The White Rose Movement has been stickering lampposts around the world with their …
 
Ross meets up with former guests Susan Gerbic and Mark Edward to get the juicy details on their latest sting operation centered on the “Seatbelt Psychic” Thomas John. Can they stop him from holding a workshop aimed at children ages 5-12? Will they have to pretend to be kids themselves? How does one join a Zoom call without anyone noticing? It’s an …
 
Ross and Carrie try the Shakti Mat, a foam pad studded with ABS plastic discs wielding thousands of sharp, stabby points. Will this modern spin on the classic bed of nails improve sleep, relax muscles, ease recovery from headaches, and increase circulation? And just how long can [Americans!] Ross and Carrie stand on the mat in their bare feet? For …
 
Ross and Carrie connect with Pyradyne proprietor Megan Bell. Megan is the daughter of the late Fred Bell, inventor of the famous “pyradome” and other creations. In this refreshing conversation, Megan honors her father’s memory, while facing head-on Ross and Carrie’s concerns about the Pyradyne product line, their marketing materials, and Fred Bell’…
 
Ross and Carrie have spent a few weeks now, trying out their Pyradyne pyramid hats, to stave off headaches, fatigues, and yucky blood. Now, they turn their attention to Pyradyne’s founder and discoverer, Fred Bell. According to Pyradyne materials, Bell was an inventor, alien contactee, former NASA rocket scientist, Air Force veteran, and PhD. Ross …
 
Ross and Carrie spend a few weeks wearing metal pyramid hats on their heads in order to “gently detoxify” their bodies by “creating a field of negative ions” around their craniums. Choosing different models, Ross aims to cleanse his blood, stimulate his adrenal glands, and give himself an “extreme energy boost,” while Carrie’s promises blood pressu…
 
Have you ever wondered who is more psychic, Ross or Carrie? Well, thanks to The Amazing Kreskin’s mid-century board game, “Kreskin’s ESP,” the two have now been formally tested using completely unimpeachable scientific methods. Together, in under two hours’ time, they put to bed the age-old question of whether telepathy, clairvoyance and divination…
 
Ross and Carrie prick their fingers, bleed onto some card stock, and send it off to Everlywell, to be evaluated for various food “sensitivities.” Will Carrie’s documented food reactions show up in her blood? Will Ross confirm that he’s sensitive only to that one thing he ordered for lunch one time? And will the results be the same if the same blood…
 
Ross and Carrie visit a local psychic who is able to read their past lives simply by glancing at their birth dates and then having them hold a crystal. Which very obvious points in history will they be placed in? How did Ross once gruesomely die? To whom was Carrie once a servant? How do past life readers preserve their energy? And have Ross and Ca…
 
Carrie, recovering from her recent tonsil removal, tells Ross how she treated her pain and “enhanced” her “wellness” with homeopathy and Peggy Huddleston’s pre-surgical autohypnosis tapes. Plus she explains the bizarre and somewhat rare experience she had, waking up from anesthesia and not speaking her native language! This is gonna go good, and is…
 
Ross, recovering from his recent wisdom tooth removal, tells Carrie how he treated his pain and “enhanced” his “wellness” with homeopathy and Peggy Huddleston’s pre-surgical autohypnosis tapes. Then he helps Carrie prepare for her tonsillectomy, using same. This is gonna go great, and is a good idea. For pics and videos, follow us on Facebook!…
 
Ross and Carrie chat with Lucien Greaves, co-founder and spokesperson of The Satanic Temple, a non-theistic religious group which uses the character of Satan as a symbol of rebellion and critical thought. Lucien tells us about the organization’s early days, its work fighting pseudoscience, and how exactly one comes to found a religion. For pics and…
 
Ross talks with Mick West, creator of Metabunk.org and author of Escaping the Rabbit Hole. We break down some of the popular UFO/UAP footage that’s been making the news, and then share tips on how to effectively and respectfully communicate with friends and family who have fallen down rabbit holes of 9/11 Truth, Chemtrails, Flat Earth, and other co…
 
Ross and Carrie follow up with Claire Knowlton to see how her first-ever vaccination went, which shot she got, how her family reacted, and whether her arm is now magnetized (with a special shout-out to a former Flat Earth guest). Plus, how does Claire remember the story of Carrie’s haunted house and how they finally lifted the curse of the Psychic …
 
We’ve reached the climax of Ross and Carrie’s conversation with Clint Ober, one of the leading proponents of Earthing. As the room heats up, so do the questions. Clint is beginning to doubt his ability to tell if his devices are on, Carrie’s hand is swelling up, and Ross is collecting data based on one maverick penny’s whims. How will Clint do on h…
 
Ross and Carrie drive into the 100+ degree desert to interview Clint Ober, the founder and discoverer of Earthing. Surrounded by wires and a rapidly heating room, Ross devises a basic experiment to test Clint’s claims, and Carrie gets hooked up to a surefire anti-inflammation device that is definitely gonna work. Plus, they ask some awkward questio…
 
Ross and Carrie further test an Earthing mat and body band by assessing the voltage in their bodies before and after grounding, and checking whether the process lowers their blood pressure. Plus, Ross examines the confidently titled, “Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever!” (Formerly titled “Earthing: The Most Important Health Discover…
 
Ross and Carrie explore “the most important health discovery ever,” Earthing. Earthing (also known as Grounding) is an alternative-medicine process in which the participant makes direct contact with the Earth in their bare feet, thus connecting themselves to Mother Earth’s healing electrons. Don’t have time to go outside in your bare feet? No probl…
 
Carrie tells Ross about her faith journey, from latchkey kid who finds Jesus at camp to unbeliever who hides in her friend’s trunk to get a glimpse of a mega-pastor. Featuring tragic death, a terrifying exorcism, and how realizing you don’t believe in God is like being on shrooms. For pics and videos, follow us on Facebook!…
 
Ross tells Carrie about his faith journey, from Bible study leader who thinks evolution is bunk, to nonreligious churchgoer who sleeps with a haunted doll by his head. Featuring talking in tongues, the JFK assassination, and ripping up phone books for Jesus. For pics and videos, follow us on Facebook!…
 
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