Section - Throwing
Instead of throwing something at the hole: say "You're pretty sure you could throw [the noun] through the hole in the ceiling, but what would be the point?"
Instead of throwing something that is stuck to the bandages at the hole:
if the noun is the bones or the noun is the scepter:
say "You hurl [the noun] through the hole in the ceiling, and there is a faint rattling sound from the outside as it hits the ground. A good length of [the bandages] are left hanging from [the hole], reaching all the way down to [the floor].";
now the noun is off-stage;
now the bandages are in the crypt;
now the bandages are hanging from the ceiling;
now the initial appearance of the bandages are "A length of mummy bandages are hanging from the hole in the ceiling, reaching all the way down to the floor.";
continue the action.