NoSleep Podcast 2nd Anniversary Bonus Episode

13 Jun NoSleep Podcast 2nd Anniversary Bonus Episode

The NoSleep Podcast turns two years old today and to celebrate we are releasing a full-length bonus episode for all the fans!

This episode features the story, “Frost” from author Johnny Nava. It’s a tale about how one man’s twisted sense of justice can lead to terrible consequences for those who follow his charismatic leadership.

Thanks to everyone who has made the past two years full of fun and frights!

Frost written by Johnny Nava and read by David Cummings.


Podcast produced by: David Cummings

Music & Sound Design by: David Cummings

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32 Comments
  • Mike
    Posted at 11:39h, 13 June Reply

    The first one of this season I haven’t fell asleep to

  • Mudo
    Posted at 13:29h, 13 June Reply

    Yes! The long stories are the best ones. Also, this is the best opening music yet. This is going to be soooo good.

    • Marco
      Posted at 17:52h, 13 June Reply

      Have to agree, best opening music yet. Would be more than happy if it was made the permanent intro music to take us into our hour of listening pleasure.

  • Jess T
    Posted at 05:25h, 14 June Reply

    Happy Anniversary to the NoSleep Podcast! Thank you to all the narrators, writers, supporters, and producers for making this podcast as amazing as it is. May there be many years to come and many more opportunities to grow and learn.

    This is a great story as well. Very well written and it disturbed me slightly how the character’s logic made so much sense..

  • Tuna
    Posted at 09:03h, 14 June Reply

    We need more creepy. I need more creepy! Faces in the window, something sinister standing over you in your sleep, waking up to something licking your feet, scratching on the wall, being stalked by a malevolent something in the woods, whispers in the night, something watching you from your closet… Creepy please! One of the scariest stories you did was in the first season i forget what episode but the guy goes camping and is suppose to meet up with his friends a couple days later and a women demon witch whatever is tourmenting the hell out of him… Chills. Anyway, I love this show so friggen much. You guys are the best podcast, no doubt! I have everyone I know listening to you guys. Remember more creep less sleep!

    • Mudo
      Posted at 15:51h, 14 June Reply

      Found it, if you or anyone else is interested in listening again. It’s called Laurel Highlands, and it’s on episode eight of season one.

      My personal favorites are “The Showers” from the halloween special of season two, and “The Stairs and the Doorway” from the pilot. So, I’m inclined to agree about more creepy content, but it can be hard to find well written stories of that nature. I like getting the more subtle stories like these because they get done really well, and when another really creepy one comes out, it’s even better.

      Great episode, been looking forward to it all week, and was not disappointed.

      • Blister Blaster
        Posted at 02:36h, 11 November Reply

        Mudo, I can’t thank you enough, I’ve been trying to remember the episode that features “Laurel Highlands” ever since I discovered, and started marathoning this podcast in October 2014. I googled the plot, and even resorted to going back through, and re-marathoning (admittedly, not an unpleasant endeavor). Somehow I missed it.

        So, thank you!

    • Alexandria
      Posted at 23:28h, 17 June Reply

      I agree! yesyesyes! More creepy for sure. 😀

  • timgrim
    Posted at 15:02h, 14 June Reply

    THIS SHOULD BE A FUCKING MOVIE!!!!

    • Lazarus
      Posted at 09:53h, 16 June Reply

      It is a movie. It’s called fight club based on a book of the same name by chuck paliahnuk. This is just a sophomoric mashup of that and Christopher Nolan’s the dark knight.

      • timgrim
        Posted at 12:56h, 22 June Reply

        This was nothing like fight club! Frost wasn’t just a fuckin Figment of his imagination. They didnt start a club of any kind. how was it like fight club?

    • Teige
      Posted at 00:46h, 01 January Reply
  • Alan
    Posted at 16:08h, 14 June Reply

    I have been a long time NoSleep fan and have listened to all of these podcasts. I just wanted to let you know how happy I am that there are people out there that take the time out of their busy days to make such a great piece of entertainment. Thank you so very much for what you do and I hope all the best for the NoSleep podcast. I would also like to say that this bonus episode is amazing! It was a great story, had great music, and great voice acting!

  • MB
    Posted at 04:27h, 16 June Reply

    Oh sweet, a full length episode!!

    (Still only one story)

    Really lame.

    • Julie
      Posted at 11:36h, 16 June Reply

      Ungrateful crybaby!

      • MB
        Posted at 13:41h, 16 June Reply

        Maybe, but it is still lame to call it a “full length episode” regardless. Only what, one other episode had but one story..? Please.

        • Mudo
          Posted at 15:01h, 16 June Reply

          Some people prefer one long story to several short ones, myself included. If you want more content made for your tastes, you should probably try to be more positive.

    • Mudo
      Posted at 15:09h, 16 June Reply

      Episode 3 has six stories. See, it has some for everyone.

  • DMFB
    Posted at 09:38h, 16 June Reply

    At 1:08:25…

    “Emily was my girlfriend before I started dating Nick”

    He’s dating Nick? Did I miss something?

    • Mudo
      Posted at 14:59h, 16 June Reply

      Just the sarcasm.

      • Mudo
        Posted at 15:07h, 16 June Reply

        *meant joke. Humor is a bit rare in this type of story, so I guess I can’t judge.

  • amber
    Posted at 14:39h, 18 June Reply

    very entertaining, I really enjoyed this! Thanks!

  • L.A.J.
    Posted at 09:01h, 21 June Reply

    That ending . . . I wanted to know more! Great writing and great narration!

  • "Frost" by Johnny Nava | Narrated by David Cummings (creepypasta scary story) - Chilling Tales for Dark Nights
    Posted at 09:59h, 23 January Reply

    […] This story originally appeared on the NoSleep Podcast 2nd Anniversary Bonus Episode. Click here to see the original show notes: http://www.thenosleeppodcast.com/?p=1067 […]

  • Greg
    Posted at 18:08h, 23 April Reply

    Great story right up until the end, where it became a blatant rip-off of a scene from The Dark Knight. That really took me out of it. But the rest of the story was very well written and narrated.

    I agree about the music too. It really helped set the mood. It would make the perfect intro music for the podcast.

  • Juan
    Posted at 06:21h, 07 May Reply

    Reminds me of the Joker, Frost.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 15:21h, 09 August Reply

    This is definitely like Fight Club without the split-personality twist revelation. Nick Frost makes Tyler Durden look like a pussy. Really riveting story with an amazing narrator!! LOVED THAT AMBIGUOUS ENDING!!

  • austin
    Posted at 04:17h, 06 November Reply

    can we get a different narrator? this guy is awful / ruins the vibe

  • Stephanie C.
    Posted at 18:06h, 02 February Reply

    I LOVE this story! I’ve listened to it again and again. It’s very much up my alley and it’s so inspiring (storytelling-wise)! I love how it’s written, I love all the different details that went into it… My only regret is that it didn’t keep going, but I would much rather have it end while it’s still good then try to force something further so… Astounding work, all around! I think this was a wonderful choice for the 2 Year anniversary episode!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 23:34h, 25 March Reply

    A great story, but the “non-ending” ruined it for me.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 01:21h, 11 November Reply

    This was fantastic! It was so well written and should be made into a movie.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 17:00h, 08 January Reply

    lol this was so corny – trite malthusian nihilism straight out of a teen whose entire philosophy is informed by Fight Club and who thinks Rorschach from Watchmen is a cool role model. none of the narrator’s actions or reactions make any sense. the author might think he’s hedging his bets by lampshading this (“If I was smart…”, etc.), but only ends up drawing more attention to the failure of storycraft.

    if you think the ending here was bad, read the full ending at the CTFDN website (https://www.chillingtalesfordarknights.com/stories/frost/); it’s even stupider than you would have guessed. not only does the villain betray his own stated ethos, making all the pseudo-tension in the house fire scene worthless, but the ending itself commits one of the capital crimes of storytelling.

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