"I want to film it in the wild not for one minute not for five minutes, but 45 minutes," said William. He plans to fly 35-foot helium balloons over 13 different states where sightings were reported watching and recording with thermal imaging cameras. "If you're breathing at nighttime I can see you," said William. He says Project Falcon, as he calls it, will prove to the world his encounter was real. "I have no doubt what I saw; no doubt I guarantee I know they exist," said William. William is paralyzed from his knees down. It's not going to be an easy mission, but he says he'll do what it takes to capture this creature in its natural state. And then maybe he'll be able to rest at night.