NY POST-->The rancher called Chuck Zukowski in a panic.
“I think it’s happening again,” the farmer named Miller said nervously on Aug. 8, 2011.
“I’ll be right there,” Zukowski reassured him.
The 58-year-old alien investigator threw on his tactical vest, jumped into his black Ford truck and sped over to Miller’s farm two hours away in Trinidad, Colo.
The spooked cattleman greeted Zukowski with a solemn stare and pointed toward the carcass of a cow plopped in the dirt.
The mutilated red angus was missing its ears, tongue and genitals, similar to the previous two incidents at Miller’s ranch.
Each body part was dissected in a clinical way, leaving cauterized surgical wounds, but the earth surrounding it was left completely undisturbed.
Zukowski had no doubt that this was the work of aliens. And they were once again operating on the 37th parallel.
“I started to realize the cattle mutilations, UFO sightings and major events like Area 51 all lined up,” Zukowski said, referring to the 37th degree of latitude, which forms the borders between Utah and Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico, and Kansas and Oklahoma.
The true believer had investigated more than 1,000 paranormal incidents over 30 years — and 200 of them landed on the 37th parallel.
“It’s America’s paranormal highway,” the self-described “UFO nut” proclaimed.
Zukowski believes the aliens have a predilection for places with a close proximity to underground water and a high level of hydrogen, which they use for energy.
He became fascinated with ETs as a kid, but began to get serious about his “research” in the late 1980s.
On weekends, he’d pile his three kids and his wife, Tammy, 56, into a beat-up RV to go UFO hunting. Like the “Ghostbusters,” Zukowski is always fully strapped for action.
“I never go anywhere without a tactical vest, a gun, a full-spectrum camera, a handheld metal detector, binoculars, a range finder and glass tubes for samples,” boasted Zukowski, who also works as a microchip designer.
When he moved his family out to Colorado Springs in 1998, he latched on to the phenomenon of mutilated animals.
“They all look as if someone has cut them up with a surgical knife,” he said.
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