Homeless Man with Radio-Quality Voice Gets Second Chance Thanks to Ohio Newspaper

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In 2011, the Columbus Dispatch in Ohio set out on a mission to find Ted Williams, a homeless man who had garnered attention for his claims of having a radio-quality voice. As the newspaper searched for Williams, they discovered that he had a tumultuous past filled with struggles with addiction and financial difficulties.

However, despite these challenges, Williams had always been gifted with a smooth, deep voice that seemed to belie his circumstances.

The Columbus Dispatch first came across Williams when a video of him panhandling on the side of the road went viral on the internet. In the video, Williams can be heard saying, “I have a God-given gift of voice. I’m an ex-radio announcer who has fallen on hard times.”

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