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Item #: SCP-xxxx

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-xxxx

Description: SCP-xxxx is an object that shifts into varying symmetrical polyhedrons on a regular basis. Nearly all of the recorded polyhedrons are simple in nature, with cubes and spheres appearing a large majority of the time. The frequency with which certain polyhedrons appears to be linked to the complexity of the polyhedron, with more complex shapes appearing less often. The shapes and frequency of appearance of the various polyhedrons are recorded in Table xxxx: of Recorded Polyhedrons. Shifts occur at random intervals, with 12 hours and 43 minutes being the maximum recorded interval. Analysis of video recordings indicate that the change is either instantaneous or nearly instantaneous, and sensors indicate that no air is displaced during transformation. Testing is pending regarding the effects of a human holding the object when it transforms.


When an unconditioned human viewer is exposed SCP-xxxx or an image of SCP-xxxx, the viewer is initially filled with a sense of disgust and repulsion towards the object, and will loudly vocalize his/her disgust towards the object nearly 95% of the time. After initial exposure (approximately 5 seconds), the viewer will become completely disinterested in the object and disregard it as unimportant. The viewer will also exhibit reluctance to perform any activity directly or indirectly related to the object, including, but not limited to: testing the object, forming procedures to test the object, describing the object, guarding the object, creating machines to handle the object, and responding to any queries regarding the object. Unconditioned personnel in charge of containing the object often become truant as few as two weeks after initial exposure. Viewers will also begin to view polyhedrons similar to the shape they viewed with a sense of disgust. The severity of these symptoms vary depending on the shape of the SCP-xxxx when viewed. On average, personnel exposed to the cubic or spherical forms of the object show advanced symptoms much sooner than those viewing more complicated shapes.

When viewing a complex form SCP-xxxx, the viewer will express a sense of wonder and awe regarding the object, and will immediately become enamored with the object for the duration of the transformation. A viewer exposed to a less complex form of SCP-xxxx after viewing a complex shape will express disappointment regarding the object's new form and begin showing symptoms similar to viewers, albeit at a decelerated rate.


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Item #: SCP-1034

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-1034 is to be contained in a pass-code protected safe when not in use. Foundation personnel handling SCP-1034 are required to wear EN388 xx44 rated gloves. In the event of accidental skin contact or puncture, the affected subject must be restrained and SCP-1034 wrested from subject’s possession. If subject was cut at any point, SCP-1034 must be immediately rinsed and sterilized.

Description: SCP-1034 consists of a rusted suture needle 5 cm in diameter and a spool consisting of twine approximately 1 mm thick. If the thread is removed from the needle, a second spool appears with the end of the twine threaded through the eye of SCP-1034. This only occurs when the needle is not under direct or recorded observation.

SCP-1034 was discovered and filed as evidence by ██PD pursuant to the arrest of serial killer █████ ████. Agents were alerted to possible anomalous activity when a ██PD forensics agent was found dead in the same manner as the victims of █████ ████ despite the latter being held in custody. Initial Foundation interviews with █████ ████ described SCP-1034 and its effects in some detail, allowing for safe retrieval. █████ ████ was later recruited as D-3826 and interviewed a second time. The contents of this second interview are displayed in Addendum 1034-01: D-3826 Interview.

When the skin or blood of a human (hereby referred to as the subject) makes contact with SCP-1034, the subject loses control of all voluntary bodily functions except facial muscles, lungs, and vocal chords. The subject then begins suturing all facial orifices, beginning with the mouth and progressing to the eyes, ears, and nose. The sutures are loose enough for the subject to breathe through his/her mouth and remain conscious during the entire process. After the process is completed, the subject returns SCP-1034 to the location where contact was first made and remains in a sitting or standing position corresponding to the original position of the subject. The subject then begins to perspire until all moisture has been exuded from the body. If death has not already occurred, the subject dies of dehydration during this period.

When handled with gloves or some other barrier between the skin and the needle, the effects of SCP-1034 do not manifest. If the needle is forcefully removed from the possession of a subject, the subject ceases the suturing process with no recorded ill effects. Revision: If the needle has penetrated the epidermal layer of the skin, the effects of SCP-1034 remain active until all blood has been removed from the needle; see Addendum-1034-02: Test Log for more details.

Bodies that have completed the entire process have a skin consistency comparable to leather and have shown significant resistance to decomposition. The skin of the bodies displays hydrophobic properties after the transformation. The skin also displays limited absorption of oils and is most receptive to [REDACTED], which was found in large quantities in the basement of █████ ████ at the time of his arrest. Autopsies of the brain motor control center reveal [DATA EXPUNGED]. The bodies pose no threat aside from minor anomalous behavior noted in Addendum-1034-02: Test Log.

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