Oh No Ross and Carrie
Summary: 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 return to the Conscious Life Expo in an orb of golden light. Deborah King identifies starseeds, travels to the fifth dimension, and activates our cosmic DNA. Plus, Tatyana Mickushina shares messages from the Ascended Masters of Sirius.
Ross and Carrie learn how to make EMFs harmless, which devices help with sports and harmonizing field space (finally!), who speaks for George Harrison these days, and how many strands of DNA we actually have (hint: it's not two!).
Ross and Carrie meet Nikola Tesla's intellectual heir, try out Superhero Lotion, learn all about pyramids you play songs into, and meet the coolest, hippest young person to ever.... meet aliens who endorse QAnon?
Ross and Carrie attend the 18th annual Conscious Life Expo, featuring the best and brightest in the world of new age and mystical claims. UFOs, chakras, healing patches, CBD tinctures, holy water, weird hats, unusual baseball habits, and so much more!
Ross and Carrie sit down with original Source Family member Isis Aquarian to talk about the fringe, new-age religious group of the 60s and 70s. Was The Source Family a utopian ideal, a damaging cult, or something in between?
Live from SketchFest 2020, Ross and Carrie share their visit to the Santa Cruz Mystery Spot, a legendary tourist attraction where gravity has no power over (wo)man and water runs uphill. Plus, a chromotherapy experiment with Rebecca Watson and guests!
Ross and Carrie sit down with Nick Little, Vice President and General Counsel for the Center for Inquiry, to talk about the organization's legal campaigns, including their lawsuit against retail giants CVS and Walmart for selling homeopathy as medicine.
Ross and Carrie attend Café Gratitude's one-night dinner inspired by the hippie-spiritual commune, the Source Family, and their famous Los Angeles restaurant. Plus, original members of the group speak, and Landmark Forum makes a cameo.
Ross and Carrie get new years predictions and hot tea from the very dapper and mysterious Richard-Lael Lillard, also known as "The Gentleman Psychic," at his lavish Victorian estate.
At the beginning of 2019, Ross and Carrie visited a store-front psychic to get her work, love, family, and health predictions for the upcoming year. Now, they check her predictions against the facts. And then... Carrie gives Sister Rocky a call.
Several hours after arriving on the scene, Ross and Carrie finally down holy water and join the seemingly endless queue of devotees waiting to have their lives changed in the blink of an eye. It's time to be hugged by Amma.
After years of anticipation, Ross and Carrie line up to see the enigmatic spiritual leader Amma, a guru from India who is said to have embraced as many as 38 million people, and await her life-changing hugs.
Ross and Carrie interview Terry Virts, brilliant astronaut or NASA shill, depending on who you ask. Virts is joined by cutting-edge cinematographer Jannicke Mikkelsen to talk about their new film, "One More Orbit."
Ross and Carrie pay pennies a day for a "Frequency of Love Healing Set," starring a reiki-infused, monk-blessed tuning fork that vibrates love (which we all know is 528 Hz). Now, they're ready to woo their partners, who are definitely not deeply annoyed.
Ross sits down at CSICon 2019 with scientist, professor and author Nathan H. Lents to talk about his latest book Human Errors. Find out why we no longer make our own Vitamin C, can't absorb our own B12, and what's up with sinuses, childbirth and junk DNA.