Someone buried a walrus under St Pancras station

The body of a four-meter long walrus was discovered while renovating London's enormous St Pancras train station.

Both the archaeologist who discovered the bones, Phil Emery, and the zoologist who studied them for the Museum of London Archaeology, Alan Pipe, are not sure how the bones came to be in St Pancras Church on the northern side of the station. "It's a bit of a mystery", Mr Emery told The Times

The next step is be to identify which king this was, then conduct a forensic facial reconstruction as a prelude to reestablishing their reputation.