Incredulist: Man with a voice deeper than James Earl Jones
Last Updated: 233 days ago
The most incredible stories we found for October 1 include:
1) DEEP VOICE: Think James Earl Jones has a deep voice? He’s got nothing on Tim Storms. There’s a Guinness record for everything and he has the one for the world's lowest voice.
In fact, he can reach notes so low that only elephants can hear them. He realized the uniqueness of his voice when he was examined by a voice doctor.
Storms can also go higher and holds the record for greatest range, ten octaves. However, he says it's when he goes low that he gets attention.
2) FLOOD SURFING: How do you get around when two days of rain flood the streets of your town? All you need to be is a little resourceful.
Oli Barrett, a Brit who works as an indoor surfing instructor in land-locked West Yorkshire, decided to try Hanging Ten al fresco after two days of pounding rain.
3) TIGHT SQUEEZE: Ever have one of those parking spaces you can't squeeze out of? You'll get no pity from the driver in this video. The truck driver was crossing a bridge in Brazil when he lost control after a car stopped abruptly in front of him,
No, he wasn't able to back out. People passing by used a rope to pull him up from his cabin after what was no doubt the longest 25 minutes of his life.
Read more here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-19695586
It was an incredible parking job that ends Monday’s Incredulist.
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