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You say you're not the carpenter? You have come to hear a story? Very well! The announcer's jokey pun in this case concerned an author friend, specializing in best-sellers, who "tried to bury [him] in one, because all the very best sellers cellars have corpses in them. The popular British 60s radio comedy Round The Horne had occasional sketches that were influenced by the style of the show. Regular cast member Hugh Paddick would introduce the "scary" sketch with the words "Inner Sanctum-um-um-um-um-um This was accompanied by a warbling, quivering, high pitched tone from a Theremin played by an orchestra member.
The sketches nearly always ended in confusion as the plots were deliberately circular and convoluted whilst playing up the "spookiness" of the part. The Warner Brothers Bugs Bunny cartoon Racketeer Rabbit had Bugs enter an abandoned Victorian house which was actually the gangsters' hideout that had a squeaky door. Bugs said as he was entering the house, "Huh? Sounds like Inner Sanctum! Bill Cosby spoofs Inner Sanctum on his Wonderfulness album on the "Chicken Heart" sketch, where he spoofs the organ intro, the opening narration, and the sound effect of a creaking door.
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