I remember reading about the 'Egiin Göl Cemetry' when I was in Ulaan-Baatar, Mongolia in 2003. It was in one of the newspapers UB post or the Mongol messenger. I even cut it out and saved it for years and lost it somehow.
Historical researches on the conquest of Peru, Mexico, Bogota, Natchez, and Talomeco in the thirteenth century by the Mongols, accompanied with elephants: and the local agreement of history and tradition with the remains of elephants and mastodontes found in the New World by John Ranking (London 1827)
In this book John Ranking claimed that not all of the Mongol fleet was destroyed by the 'Kamikaze Winds' during the invasion of Japan in 1274. The survivors were blown way off course and were swept across the Pacific till they struck land on the Peruvian coast. They conquered the natives on the back of elephants!
These elephant riding Mongols were confused by the locals as gods!!