Lady Shagg-Pyle

Lady Shagg-Pyle, the wife of local dignitary Sir Humphrey, was a woman with a past.   Countess Olga Tzitsupski had met her English husband quite by chance on account of her flashing at his regiment during the Seige of Mafeking.  Adept at morse code, Sir Humphrey had dutifully decoded Olga's message: "You. You Vis Ze One Eyeglass. I Sink I Luff You." and that had been that, really. There were those, however, who suspected that Olga was not all that she seemed and that Sir Humphrey was in real danger of being grabbed by the Cossacks...

 

Lady Shagg-Pyle might look harmless enough, but she'd taken out six Berber tribesmen, a Russian bear and eighteen Boers with that brolley...

The yanks had just arrived at the Shagg-Pyle Halloween Ball where Walsingham, Antoinette and Miggins were already half-cut...

Rumour had it that Lady Shagg-Pyle's beaver lamb tea cosy contained blueprints which were for for Churchill's eyes only...

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