Missing Hospital Exec Disappears During Montauk Vacation

By | September 4, 2012

This article at the original source is infested with a non-dismissible pop-up ad, so I’m posting it here for those of you who want to read it. If I ever meet a person who tells me he creates non-dismissible pop-up ads on web pages, I’ll seriously consider locking him in a room with only one door. Every time he tries to leave, the door will be blocked by people who want to sell him things, things he doesn’t need, like tampons, things he doesn’t give a rats ass about. You know, Hell, as originally designed, was a teaching tool, where you have to experience what you put other people through. Anyway, now that I’m done ranting, ponder this mysterious disappearance…

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George Richardson, the man who went missing while vacationing in Montauk two days ago, holds a top position at Huntington Hospital, the hospital confirmed Thursday.

Richardson, 50, is the vice president of development and oversees the hospital’s fundraisers and other marketing events.

George Richardson (Photo credit: East Hampton Police Department)
George Richardson, the man who went missing while vacationing in Montauk two days ago, holds a top position at Huntington Hospital, the hospital confirmed Thursday.

Richardson, 50, is the vice president of development and oversees the hospital’s fundraisers and other marketing events.

He was scheduled to return to work on Wednesday, but never did, said Julie Robinson-Tingue, director of public affairs for the hospital.

“We know as much as anyone else does,” she said, “and we’re all just hoping and praying for his safe return.”

“He’s just a bright, professional, delightful guy that we work with everyday,” she added.

Richardson also recently joined the board of the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, according to vice chairman of the board, Larry Kushnick.

“Our hearts go out to him and his family and we hope that everything works out,” Kushnick said.

Kushnick said he was “shocked” when he saw Richardson’s picture in news report. He described him as a “wonderful guy” who frequents different fundraiser events to support the hospital.

Authorities said Richardson was last seen during the early morning hours of Aug. 28 in Montauk.

He was staying with his family at Hartman’s Briney Breezes Motel located on Old Montauk Highway, and was reported missing around 10 a.m. Tuesday.

“The family was out here for the weekend,” said Detective Sgt. Robert Gurney of the East Hampton Town Police Department. “They were due to check out that morning and he didn’t return.”

Police are still investigating what led to his disappearance and they are looking into all possibilities, Gurney said.

East Hampton police released his picture to the public hoping to “stir up information” that could help with the investigation. Police have already received several calls related to the case and are pursuing all leads.

They are also constantly patrolling nearby beaches, Gurney said.

“We’re moving the best we can in all different directions,” he added.

Gurney said one of Richardson’s morning routines was to walk on the beach. The motel where the family was staying is located near a few beach entrances, he said.

Richardson is described as a white male, 5-foot-6, 150-lbs, with short gray hair. He wears reading glasses and was last seen wearing running shoes and an orange hat. Richardson also has small scar on his chin.

Anyone with information regarding his disappearance is asked to call police.

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Did he wander into a time experiment? See The Montauk Project.

The Montauk Project was alleged to be a series of secret United States government projects conducted at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station on Montauk, Long Island for the purpose of developing psychological warfare techniques and exotic research including time travel. Jacques Vallée[1] describes allegations of the Montauk Project as an outgrowth of stories about the Philadelphia Experiment.
Via Wikipedia

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