That's brilliant -- what happens when you click it? Do you hear it say "person's name"?
I cannot see what file extension your file has. InDesign trusts the user to feed it with the correct type of data, and so if you rename, say, a JPEG file to "test.tiff", InDesign will start up its TIFF reader and then complain that it cannot read the file. In your case, ID somehow got convinced it's a sound or some other kind of multimedia file. Fix it by adding ".txt" at the end so InDesign will read it as such.
If this still fails and you are sure it is an otherwise unformatted, plain text file, click "Show Import Options" when placing the file. Check the settings in the dialog that appears (which is what InDesign is guessing).
It is a UTF-16 file.
Try resaving it as a UTF-8 w/o a BOM. It will work then.