posted on Apr, 27 2014 @ 09:12 AM
"STRANGE BUT TRUE"
George R. Cogar
"George Cogar was a pioneer in the field of computers. A member of the UNIVAC 1004 electronic design team, Cogar would eventually invent the data
recorder, which did away with the need for computer punch cards. His company later invented an early type of personal computer. On September 2, 1983,
George Cogar, five others and the pilot were on board a plane headed from Vancouver Island to a hunting lodge in Smithers, Canada. The plane
disappeared, presumably over British Columbia, Canada. A one-week search effort covered nearly 40,000 square miles, but no trace of the plane or its
occupants was ever found. At the time, it was the largest coordinated search in Canadian history and cost nearly $1 million. The families of the lost
men, all millionaires, decided to continue the search on their own. So far, no trace has been found."