Charles Hickson has no proof.
No photograph he can pull from his wallet, no papers certifying his story.
Just his word that 29 years ago this month he and a fishing buddy were abducted by a UFO, examined by a machine resembling a giant eyeball, then released physically unharmed.
He has told his story under hypnosis, told it to Johnny Carson on national TV.
Recently, while sipping coffee in his modest home in Gautier, he told the story to a Clarion-Ledger reporter.
His account of that night never changes. He has passed numerous lie-detector tests.
What Hickson hasn't talked about publicly, until now, is that he believes whatever - or whoever - was on that craft has kept track of him.
"I think they know where I am at all times," he says. "Too many strange things have happened."To read the rest of the article, click here.