The Black Museum was a radio program, hosted by and starring Orson Welles, in 1951. Each episode began with the familiar bell chimes, then continuing with Mr. Welles' introduction to different objects of the Black Museum. Surprisingly, and typical of Orson Welles, many of the objects and their stories featured in the radio program were based on REAL LIFE objects in the real Black Museum, the Metropolitan Police Crime Museum in Scotland Yards in London, England. extracted from Wikipedia.org "Walking through the museum, Welles would pause at one of the exhibits, and his description of an artifact served as a device to lead into a tale of terror or a brutal murder. In the weekly closing, Welles concluded with his signature radio phrase, "I remain, as always, obediently yours"." Here's little history of the real "Black Museum" Any words on the program and what inspired it?