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"Where Are They From?" DNA Results Presentation of the Elongated Skulls

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5855 W Century Blvd.

5855 West Century Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90045

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2018 starts out with an amazing scientific announcement. DNA results from the ancient elongated skulls of Peru shows genetic differences which may conflict with modern human beings. Dr. L.A. Marzulli, along with a team of eight scientists and researchers, has been working on this project since 2013, and will be holding a press conference to announce their findings. A scientific explanation and understanding to these mysterious elongated skulls is ground-breaking information, especially considering the recent buzz surrounding unexplained UFO activity, potential hidden planets within our Universe, SpaceX exploration and the possibly of life outside our planet.

The presenting team includes researcher Brien Forester, videographer Richard Shaw, forensic expert Chase Kloetske, archaeologist Mondo Gonzales, 3D forensic artist Marcia K. Moore, anthropologist Rick Woodward, medical doctor Dr. Michael Alday, and chiropractor Dr. Malcolm Warren. All will be presenting their independent findings on the Peruvian skulls at the press conference. This research was done in conjunction with the Peruvian Ministry of Culture. The skulls tested for DNA are from The Paracas History Museum and The Ica Museum in Peru. The press conference will be open for questions and answers.

The press conference will be held Friday, February 2nd, 2018, from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm PST at The Los Angeles Airport Marriott, located at 5855 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90045. This press conference is free and open to the public, seating is limited to 75.

For more information please contact Mandi Thompson by emailing altmediashine@gmail.com or calling 404-964-1686.

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