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Baby left in Ohio phone booth. The mystery solved 64 years later

USA TODAY Logo By Spencer Remoquillo of USA TODAY | Slide 1 of 9: As a baby in 1954 Steve Dennis was abandoned in a telephone booth in Lancaster, Ohio. He was adopted and moved to Phoenix when he was three. His children wanted to know their ancestry and had their dad do DNA testing through Ancestry.com. It didn't take long before a biological first cousin reached out to Dennis claiming he knows Dennis's biological mother. Now Dennis is traveling to meet his biological mother who now lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

As a baby in 1954 Steve Dennis was abandoned in a telephone booth in Lancaster, Ohio. He was adopted and moved to Phoenix when he was three. His children wanted to know their ancestry and had their dad do DNA testing through Ancestry.com. It didn't take long before a biological first cousin reached out to Dennis claiming he knows Dennis's biological mother. Now Dennis is traveling to meet his biological mother who now lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
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