Was Henry McKay a pioneer ufologist?

Henry McKay was a pioneer ufologist. He investigated right up until he was 80 years old, from 1965-2007. He was written about in dozens of books, and investigated in both the United States and Canada. He was the very first director of MUFON Canada. He was also one of the first ufo investigators to specialize in physical traces associated with UFO landing sites and close-range UFO sightings. He was an electrical engineer in the Air Force. He gave a briefing at a hearing to the "Royal Commission of Electric Power Planning" in regards to UFO related power disturbances. He was on the board of directors for the "North American UFO Federation", and he was an associate of CUFOS. He also investigated for NICAP. His work was written about in the book "The Philadelphia Experiment" by Charles Berlitz and William Moore. He coined several terms in UFO research. His files have been passed down to his great-niece Michelle McKay, who is continuing his research.