The journey begins with ominous tones, immediately drawing you in for the introduction. The tone and speed of the voice feels as though it extends these four minutes of explanation into something much longer and drawn out.
The man speaking seems to be quite a collector of rare and beautiful things. He is meticulous and probably has precision to the placement (and treatment) of each object in the room. A whole "look and admire, but don't touch" attitude.
The way the inspector is described, the change in the narrative's voice...it makes it sounds as though he is viewed as a lesser res