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Oh No Ross and Carrie

By 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. Every month we share a new investigation, along with occasional bonus interviews and updates.

Customer Reviews

Ross and Carrie Are Excellent!

I'm actually a pretty spiritual person, but I was worried about going into listening to Ross and Carrie, because it seemed likely that the premise would lead to a dismissal of faith and believers.

While Ross and Carrie do sometimes laugh because their findings are wild or they find the teachings of particular faiths to be a bit outrageous, they are also very clear about expressing that they can only speak to their own experiences in each investigation. Furthermore, episodes like the ones on Mormonism show that the hosts are willing to make a distinction between the spiritual claims that they find to be questionable and the believers of certain faiths who might be very pleasant, well-rounded people.

The fringe science/health claims investigations are also LOTS of fun, because I've learned about all kinds of practices that I'd never try (but they're still fascinating).

I've recommended this podcast to friends who are atheist and friends who are religious, because I think that there's a lot that can be learned from the curiosity exhibited by Ross and Carrie, no matter your faith background.


Great show guys! Very witty and awesomely entertaining. Can't wait to hear more.

Unprepared, Cocky Co-hosts

When I first discovered ONRAC, I enjoyed listening to the old episodes. I was under the assumption that the show's co-hosts were open minded, serious journalists, with good senses of humor. As the podcast progressed, the co-hosts made it clear they are snarky comedians, using the show to make fun of that which is "alternative." Don't get me wrong, I'm down with a good comedy podcast, but there has to be a level of knowledge and respect mixed in with the comedy, when dealing with the topics ONRAC does. Respect and education is sorely lacking in the show. The more recent shows have had such a drop in quality, I tend to think the co-hosts have completely stopped caring. At least do some basic research before taping a show. I'm no longer interested in listening to ONRAC. Sorry, guys, but this is my least favorite of the Maximum Fun shows.