10 episodes

True stories from Alaska told by the Alaskans who experienced them.

Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alask‪a‬ Robert W. Prince

    • Performing Arts
    • 4.7 • 149 Ratings

True stories from Alaska told by the Alaskans who experienced them.

    The Anderson Legend

    The Anderson Legend

    David Best heads out into the woods of Anderson, Alaska looking for property he bought only to accidentally become a legend in the community.

    Tongue Terror!

    Tongue Terror!

    Dark Winter Nights creator/host Rob Prince conducts an exhaustive investigative report about kids getting their tongues stuck to stuff in winter–at great personal sacrifice.

    Home Alone

    Home Alone

    Jan Hanscomb is home alone when a huge, fuzzy intruder tries to break in and Linda Brandenberg shares a legendary family story of a prank that majorly backfires.

    Thankful to Be Alive!

    Thankful to Be Alive!

    James Mennaker survives a flash flood, Richard Coleman gets to see what river ice looks like from below, and Mike Daku survives a plane crash.

    Hey Bear!

    Hey Bear!

    Ryan and Val come across a moose that can stand on its hind legs and Randy Brown’s day gets weird when he suddenly finds himself wrestling with a bear by the tail.

    Ice Ice Baby

    Ice Ice Baby

    Tom Bachert receives an extremely odd request from a mysterious stranger in the fog and Andrew George skates by some serious river trouble way out in the Alaskan Bush.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
149 Ratings

149 Ratings

k-donz ,

My favorite podcast of all time

I love this podcast. I love to share them with all of my guest that I take around Alaska. This podcast really captures Alaska and it’s people. Thank you to everyone that shares there stories!

rsamidaho ,

Great Show

This my favorite podcast to listen to while tying flies, and I’m always happy to see a new episode pop up in my feed. Great stories, I only wish they made more! Keep it up.

Ash8787421780 ,

Not bad

Ok stories but some of the storytellers were just awful and had to be skipped.

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