"Unusual building features" found inside Bodiam Castle

Archaeologists are puzzled by the discovery of a wall and "circular feature" inside the Great Hall area of Bodiam Castle in East Sussex, England. The mysterious ruins might be part of an 18th Century gardener's cottage, or they might be part of the original medieval hall.

Originally built in 1385, the castle was "slighted," or had the roof removed, during the English Civil War. Workers from the National Trust discovered the curious ruins while working on the 14th century hall.