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 hop back out of their bodies to rehearse for the third desoma, which is another way of saying death. They also learn about the golden cord and all the ways that the psychosoma differs from the mentalsoma. Is that too much conscientese?
Ross and nine others return to the Salton Sea to attempt a second flat earth test, hoping to eliminate some of the perceived problems with the first, then tells Carrie the outrageous story. Everyone goes home happy and convinced, obviously.
Ross and Carrie talk with prominent Flat Earther Jeran Campanella. Join us for a wide-ranging exploration of religion, the nature of science, rice experiments, intercontinental flights, polar circumnavigations, pendulums, and the Salton Sea test.
Ross and Carrie make small moves out of their bodies as they continue their investigation of astral travel. A new lesson includes theological implications for the afterlife, and we are introduced to some astral figures who can help... and harm.
Ross and Carrie return to the IAC for a class about the paranormal. Are psychic surgeries, bilocation, remote viewing and telekinesis all real phenomena? Plus, we engage in psychophysiological self-relaxation. Don't knock it till you try it 15 times!
Ross and Carrie return to the IAC CDP for another day of class with new instructors. Learn the finer points of ectoplasm, how to host meetups in the astral realm, ways to navigate the paratroposphere, and tips for getting into an out of body state.
In order to astral travel out of their bodies, Ross and Carrie must first physically visit the International Academy of Consciousness to learn the concepts of Conscientiology: psychosoma, energosoma, phytoenergy and morphothosenes, oh my!
While Carrie is out of town, Ross and his cohorts at the Independent Investigations Group set up a fair and simple test of earth's shape at the unusually flat Salton Sea. And they invite Mark Sargent, and a cadre of flat earthers to join them.
Ross and Carrie invite their friend Travis McElroy over to go on a run through Carrie's neighborhood with a mask that makes you look like you're about to rob a bank, while it restricts your oxygen intake. Don't worry, it's good for you! (Apparently.)
Ross, Carrie and Drew head to the Hollywood Fringe Festival for Spiritual Ecstasy, a two-woman show featuring a crystal skull named Skully, another named Jesus, potent life advice, and lots of musical instruments to put Carrie's migraine at ease.
Ross and Carrie meet up with Chris Shelton to talk about their Arizona ghost hunting investigation. They share how Zachary's doing lately, and chat about faith, fear, and friendship. It's a friends-sit-and-chat show: something podcasting needs more of.
We return to Living Stones Ministries, a Christian group that believes God can "heal" homosexuality. Claire attends a talk about transgender issues, and Carrie and Claire attend a closing talk and Q&A, wherein they learn to surrender their wombs to God.
When Ross is out of town during an ex-gay ministry event, Carrie convinces her best friend Claire to spend her own birthday being tortured by confusing and distressing talks about "the freedom to grow into heterosexuality." Warning: this one is tough.
Ross and Carrie pack up their ghost hunting gear (and a carbon monoxide detector) and head to Arizona, with their friend Chris, to visited a haunted house. What's haunting Zachary... a spirit, a gas leak, or an old relationship?
Mike Clelland, "The Owl Guy" from our UFO investigation, joins us to chat about his information-gathering strategy, the interplay of science and personal experience, and, of course... owls. This episode brought to you by new/upgrading 2018 ONRAC donors!