Historical, Biographical, True Crime, Storytelling, Dramatic Narration

Video Narration


Sample narration demo for the History Channel's documentary for The 16th Street Baptist Church bombing. African American, historical documentary, true crime. Authoritative, professional and conversational tone.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


North American (Canadian-General) North American (General) US African American


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
september 15th 1963 The 16th street baptist church in Birmingham Alabama. As worshippers filled the sanctuary, nothing can prepare the congregation for the horror to come. 12 sticks of dynamite are set to detonate beneath a nearby stairwell. A phone rings in the church office. Three minutes the bombers had issued their warning. The countdown has just begun to one of the most shocking crimes in the civil rights era. The bomb goes off and pandemonium breaks out in the streets as onlookers rushed to help killed in the blast. Our Denise Mcnair, Cynthia, Wesley, kell Robinson and addie Mae Collins. Their murders are the latest violence to rock Birmingham, one of the most segregated cities in the nation, Birmingham is a place where the Klan has detonated so many bombs in black neighborhoods, the city's nickname is bombing ham.