Glacier Parks Night of the Grizzlies

Glacier Park's Night of the Grizzlies

Since the opening of Glacier National Park in 1910 there never had been a reported fatal bear attack until one summer night in 1967, when grizzlies, in 2 remote areas of the Park, attacked campers and killed 2 young women. The dramatic and tragic story of that night, and how it influenced the fate of the grizzly.



Remembering the Columbia Gardens

Using historical photographs, rare home movies, and firsthand accounts, the history and myth of the beloved amusement park in Butte, Montana, is recreated. Family picnics, scary roller coaster rides, cracking the bar on the cowboy swings and beautiful carousel horses. They’re all great memories of Butte’s historic Columbia Gardens—memories highlighted in this video. Using historical photos, rare home movies, and firsthand accounts...


Silence and Solitude DVD

Silence & Solitude:

Yellowstone’s Winter Wilderness - DVD

Powerful, brutal, beautiful, and at times, enchanting, winter in Yellowstone National Park is a world unlike any other. It is a season both abstract and profound, where super-heated water erupts into arctic air, where wildlife pushes snow in a constant struggle to survive, and where silence and solitude dominate the park’s deep wilderness. Photographer Tom Murphy has experienced Yellowstone’s winter wilderness...


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