A long time ago, in a church (a symbol here is the church organ) lived a ghost (the Bonus symbol) known by everyone. The name of the ghost was Torre Jeppe. Three tailors (here only two in a symbol) told themselves to make a farce to the girl (Scatter) working on their house, promising her a dress if she has the courage to bring the ghost to them. The girl goes, takes the ghost and brings him back into the house of tailors (they did not guess such courage of the girl). The girl asked for the reward (the dress) but she did not receive it. When frightened by the ghost the tailors promise another dress to the girl if she returns the ghost to the church. The girl took the ghost once again on her shoulders back to the church, but now the ghost did not want to let the girl go, trying to strangle her. When asked by the girl to let her go, Torre Jeppe (the ghost) tells the girl to go to a river (at midnight) and ask in the name of the phantom for the forgiveness of a certain person. Going to the river, and getting the forgiveness, the girl returns to Torre Jeppe and says him that he was forgiven. The ghost tells the girl to come back to the church before sunrise and she will be rewarded. In the morning Torre Jeppe disappears forever and in his place the girls finds a pot full of silver (another symbol here) and the two dresses promised (all offered by the ghost).
I found this story translated on a single place on the internet and it is worth reading the original. These are very beautiful northern Fairy Tales full of wisdom. Great slot!