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Ross and Carrie Make Contact (Part 4): Ancient Aliens Edition

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Join Ross and Carrie on their spacecraft to the interplanetary federation, where aliens experiment on Seventh Day Adventists. What? Yes. Also, a panel of experts explains ancient aliens (the best aliens), and Giorgio Tsoukalos takes your questions. Welcome back to Contact in the Desert.

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Ross and Carrie and the Ozark UFOs (Part 5): Fire In The Sky

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On our final day of the Ozark Mountain UFO Conference we hear from famous abductee Travis Walton, a former logger who was taken by a fire in the sky. We ask some of our own questions of Travis and the other speakers, and learn briefly about the great Battle of 1996 and how we're all 200 years older than we think we are. As Stanton Friedman would say... YES.

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Ross and Carrie and the Ozark UFOs (Part 2): Downloaded From Aliens

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HEAR YE, HEAR YE! On this, the eighth of June, in the year 2017, "Oh No, Ross and Carrie," reached its hundredth episode! Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, to everyone who has supported us from the beginning (we know there are lots of you), everyone who has been there since we joined MaxFun, and everyone who just found us for the first time. We love you all! And as a thank-you gift for listening and supporting us, we have a special surprise. From now on, "Oh No, Ross and Carrie" will be a weekly show! Can you believe it?! We kind of can't either. A lot of work goes into this show! But a new format will allow us to bring you more content every week, in slightly smaller bites. You'll get all the same great investigations and bonus interviews; you just get to hear from us more often! And as our moms will tell you, hearing from us more often is ALWAYS APPRECIATED.

So, for our first-ever weekly episode, we give you part two of our Ozark UFO conference tale, where you get to hear all about Linda Moulton Howe, who believes we all live in a computer simulation run by aliens; Grant Cameron, who says all your favorite songs were composed by E.T.s (or angels, or something like that); and Debra Kauble, who says she was abducted onto a flying saucer thirty-four years ago, and has been unpacking the experience ever since. Happy 100th, everyone!

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