The House That Lacked a Bogle
Cricket Magazine Vol 25, Num 2, Oct 1997
In the very respectable town of St. Andrews, every house had a bogle of its own, that is all but one. Each member of the household without a bogle tried to tempt a bogle away from someone else's house, but all the bogles were quite content where they were. Young Tammas solved the problem by bringing a bagpipe playing bogle home from the graveyard, who, though quite noisy, solved their problem of respectability.