Extensive DNA testing of the elongated skull people of Paracas Peru, who existed between 1000 BC and 100 AD was carried out at the end of 2017 and the results were presented at a press conference in Los Angeles in January 2018. The results showed that much of the ancestry of these ancient people was not from Native people that were indigenous to Peru, and suggested quite strongly that their ancestors may have migrated from Eurasia in the distant past. This is backed up by the fact that in Paracas and the Crimea area of Eurasia we find the largest elongated skulls in the world.
The funding for tests of 2 more elongated skulls from a private collection in Peru, with DNA analysis being done by Lakehead University in Thunder Bay Ontario will add to our present data base. We have offered the results we have so far to any academic who wishes to study them, but none have responded. Thus, the results have been presented to the world by me in 7 Youtube videos, with the first one being here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1k_b-jmz3k&t=252s
The DNA testing will consist of 4 samples, 2 from each skull, and will cost a total of 3000 US.