Detectives think the victim was involved in a row with two teenagers.
Police in the UK are investigating the death of a man in a possible stoning attack at a medieval castle in Kent.
Officers were called to the scene yesterday evening and but unfortunately the victim in his 60s soon died.
Detectives think he may have been involved in a row with two teenagers or boys at Lullingstone castle, a 15th century manor house.
A spokesperson for Kent Police said: ”It is reported he may have been involved in an altercation with two boys or teenagers near to a lake within in the grounds, prior to his death”.
Summer Smith, a stable worker at the castle said: ”It’s just a bit eerie coming up here now, it’s a bad atmosphere really.
”It’s just a horrible feeling to come up here knowing that it was such a good environment and then for something like that to happen is just horrible”.