Fred Morrison, the man who invented the Frisbee in the 1950s, died Tuesday at age 90, according to WSJ.com. He invented the flying disk to capitalize on the flying saucer craze of the time, and licensed the invention to Wham-O Manufacturing Co. in 1957. It's been around ever since. In the '60s, even celebs said they were fans of the flying disks. The toy became a symbol of the counter-culture, and stars like Julie Andrews said they were fans. Morrison said he had always been a fan of...Read Full Story
Fred Morrison was the inventor of the frisbee. He died at age 90 on February 9, 2010. He invented the frisbee in the 1950s, after his tour as a fighter pilor in World War II. See more about Fred Morrison here.