A brother and sister alien-hunting team have discovered a “UFO highway” across America along which hundreds of unexplained events have taken place from cattle mutilations to alien abductions.
Chuck Zukowski and Debbie Ziegelmeyer have spent years traveling across the US investigating hundreds of UFO sightings and other paranormal occurrences.
It was during one cattle mutilation investigation that Zukowski realized that many of the unexplained events he had looked into had taken place on the 37th latitude.
He called his sister — who noticed the same with her investigations in Missouri — and the pair began researching the phenomenon, discovering that there are clusters of unexplained events taking place across the same latitude line.
The pair believes that the 37th latitude line is a kind of UFO or paranormal “highway” along which extraterrestrial craft enter and exit the earth.
Their theory is now the subject of a book called the “37th Parallel” which is about to be made into a Hollywood blockbuster in the next few months.
Zukowski told Sun Online: “Back in 2006 I was looking at my cattle mutilation investigations — there were huge similarities between them all — most of them were laying on their right side, they’re laying east to west and then I noticed that lots of them were on the 37-degree latitude.
“I called my sister at midnight and I said, ‘Didn’t you have cattle mutilations on the 37-degree latitude in Missouri?’”
“And she said, ‘Yes’ and we started looking more into it. We soon realized it wasn’t just cattle mutilations – there were all kind of events.”
“We we’re up until 2:30 in the morning going through all these cases and started seeing these amazing patterns.”
The 37th latitude line runs from California through Nevada, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and across to Virginia.
Examples of cases along the line include the Joplin Spook Lights — unexplained balls of light that have been appearing in Hornet, Missouri since the 19th century; The Aztec, Nevada incident of 1948 when a flying saucer allegedly crashed; and Piedmont, Missouri where 500 people reported UFO sightings in 1973.
The infamous Area 51 in Nevada — and the Dulce Base — an alleged underground alien base — are also located on the line.
“For the next month or so I start looking at all these cases and I had all this data,” Zukowski explained.
“All these GPS coordinates, everything from Native…