it's like Zalgo's clumsy second cousin who just doesn't quite have the shtick right
- Curse of the Werecar
- Power Puff Nazis
- Man, another re-run. :|
- They're Out There
- The Cleaners
- Chilled Midget Limbs
- Drillship Disaster
- 1974 Rewrite
- Turn that Frown Upside Down
- Time fuckery
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-1 is to be stored in the Site-23's Anomalous Vehicle Bay (AVB), in an Anomalous Vehicle Locker (AVL) reinforced to withstand 100 kPa of pressure and measuring at least . Personnel are not to react to sounds emanating from the AVL during a full moon lunar phase. Testing outside of a full moon lunar phase is preferable, but if required, SCP-XXXX is to have its wheels removed prior to the beginning of the full moon lunar phase.
Basic maintenance is to be performed on a monthly basis and scheduled outside of the full moon lunar phase.
Description: SCP-XXXX is a 1958 Subaru 360. SCP-XXXX shows signs of deterioration appropriate to its age, but is fully functional. SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties are triggered by the full moon lunar phase. At that time it will
Testing shows no difference between SCP-XXXX and a similar type of keys. When held, SCP-XXXX will emit a numbing sensation in the subject's hand. This will result in an instance of SCP-XXXX-1, which resembles a 1979 Ford Fiesta in a state of severe rust.
When the subject enters SCP-XXXX-1 and inserts SCP-XXXX into the ignition, SCP-XXXX-1 will instantaneously transform into any vehicle the subject thinks of. SCP-XXXX-1 will perform much like a 1979 Ford Fiesta, with some audible engine wear such as a damaged transmission. When idle for more than 10 minutes or if ignition is off, SCP-XXXX-1 will revert back into its original form. The subject will then act as if SCP-XXXX-1 was their own vehicle and attempt to remain inside unless removed by force. There are some instances where subjects will attempt to kill those who are removing them or others who claim SCP-XXXX-1 as their own. Once removed, the subject will have no memory of being inside SCP-XXXX-1.
If there is no interaction with SCP-XXXX-1, an instance of SCP-XXXX-2 will manifest. SCP-XXXX-2 resembles a mist-like humanoid figure about 2 meters in height. This is believed to be the original owner of SCP-XXXX-1. SCP-XXXX-2 will remain seated in the drivers side of SCP-XXXX-1 unless interaction is present. In this instance, SCP-XXXX-2 will look at the subject and step out of SCP-XXXX-1. SCP-XXXX-2 would then charge at the subject and vanish 5 feet in front of them. Subjects recall a sad feeling after interacting with SCP-XXXX-2, signifying that a terrible event happened to the previous owner of SCP-XXXX-1. There are no records of past owners of SCP-XXXX-1.
SCP-XXXX seems to only accept vehicles post-1979. Any vehicle before the model year of SCP-XXXX-1 will result in pain in the subject's hand, varying greatly as the model year progresses.
SCP-XXXX-1 was discovered in a junkyard located in █████, Idaho. After reports of murders after people claiming SCP-XXXX-1 as their own vehicle, SCP Agents gave Class B amnesiacs to the townsfolk to cover up its existence.
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Keter
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-A through -C are too be contained in separate M-Type HACCs fitted with Sporzewski-grade Construct Stability Seals (CSS). Care should be taken to position these CSSes in a pattern assuring maximum coverage of each HACC. A full audit of all CSSes attached to an SCP-XXXX specimen's HACC is required before testing and/or interviewing can be authorized. All testing and/or interviewing is to be conducted remotely, with the SCP-XXXX specimen remaining in its HACC at all times.
This file has been slated for declassification and is locked for further editing
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Neutralized, Safe classification revoked on 10/15/2014
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in the center of an L-Class Humanoid Anomaly Containment Cell (HACC) with a minimum length and width of 10 m. SCP-XXXX does not require nutrition or amenities. Due to its immobility, SCP-XXXX is to be kept on a Lateral Rotation Mattress System and personnel assigned to this project are to rotate SCP-XXXX a minimum of twice every 24 hours to prevent bedsores. Active testing of SCP-XXXX is not considered useful or necessary at this time.
SCP-XXXX-1 does not require any additional containment procedures, as it appears to be tied to SCP-XXXX's physical location. A 150 cm x 50 cm x 5 cm container filled with cornmeal is to be placed in SCP-XXXX's HACC, with a security camera monitoring it for signs of communication from SCP-XXXX-1.
Description: SCP-XXXX is the body of a 17-year-old African-American male, formerly Romeo Carter, a resident of Campbellsville, KY. SCP-XXXX exhibits severe physical trauma to its upper extremities and head. In addition, a large section of its lower torso absent and . This damage does not show evidence of healing. Please see XXXX/Md-Rpt/4321-D:rev2.13 for a detailed coroner's report. SCP-XXXX does not show any cardiovascular, neural or respiratory activity, and is to be considered a cadaver for purposes of Site inventory. Despite its physical state, SCP-XXXX does not decay or age.
SCP-XXXX-1 is the incorporeal manifestation of Romeo Carter's consciousness. SCP-XXXX-1 was not affected by the introduction of physical trauma to SCP-XXXX, and is most likely the root cause for SCP-XXXX's anomalous state. SCP-XXXX-1 remains connected to SCP-XXXX through unknown means, and prevents it from decaying as expected. SCP-XXXX-1 appears to be confined to an area with an approximate radius of 4 meters from SCP-XXXX. Attempts by SCP-XXXX-1 to leave this area have met with failure.
SCP-XXXX-1's presence was not readily apparent after initial containment of SCP-XXXX as an anomalous item. SCP-XXXX-1 first succesfully communicated with staff 12 days after preliminary containment, by manipulating the dust on the floor of the storage unit SCP-XXXX was assigned to.
SCP-XXXX-1 is unable to react directly to attempts at verbal interaction, but can hear vocalizations, and will respond to written communication. SCP-XXXX-1 is capable of manipulating fine particles and objects weighing at most 0.05 grams. In light of this, a container of cornmeal was decided on to be the primary medium for communication with SCP-XXXX-1.
SCP-XXXX-1 is aware of its condition.
Addendum XXXX-A-01: Recovery and preliminary containment notes
SCP-XXXX was recovered from Taylor Regional Hospital's morgue, following a report by the Taylor county coroner J.S. Lathersham on the abnormal decomposition rate of a body in his care. The deceased, one Romeo Carter, had been involved in a fatal automotive accident. SCP-XXXX was investigated under the 2008 Protocol for Anomalous Cadaver Activity (codename Rise and Shine), and was removed from its location to Humanoid Pre-Containment Safehouse-114 on 02/11/2013. Disinformation Protocol DX-Helena-9 ("CDC investigation of rare post-mortem conditions") was implemented. Permanent containment was established on 02/14/2013 at Site-113.
Addendum XXXX-A-02: Transcription of communication with SCP-XXXX-1
The following logs contain excerpts from communication logs. By no means are they complete, nor do they represent a specific timeframe for messages.
Date Recorded: 12/14/2013
Interviewer: Dr. Langston-Keigh (LK)
SCP-XXXX-1: where am i? help! (note - initial message discovered by maintenance crew on 12/12/2013)
LK: You are safe. Who are you?
SCP-XXXX-1: romeo where is shawn? (note - SCP-XXXX-1 first proven linked to SCP-XXXX. A Shawn Carter, brother to SCP-XXXX-1, was listed as a passenger at the time of the accident. Subject survived the accident with light injuries.)
LK: Shawn is fine. You were in a car accident.
SCP-XXXX-1: car accident?
Date Recorded: 12/25/2013
Interviewer: Dr. Langston-Keigh (LK)
SCP-XXXX-1: so im not dead
LK: We don't think so, no. Not entirely.
SCP-XXXX-1: so im a ghost
LK: Possibly. We don't use that classification.
Date Recorded: 12/31/2013
Interviewer: Dr. Langston-Keigh (LK)
SCP-XXXX-1: i went away
LK: Welcome back, Romeo, it's been awhile. Where did you go? You were unable to leave before.
SCP-XXXX-1: its okay was with alisha only there were 2 lights (note: background check revealed a relationship with one Alisha Taylor, aged 16. Subject previously appeared unable to move away from SCP-XXXX until this moment)
LK: I don't know what you mean. There are two what? And how is it you could move away from here?
SCP-XXX-1: dont know, but 2 lights why 2 lights? (note - Covert observation of subject A. Taylor reveals that she is scheduled to give birth to SCP-XXXX-1's child on 08/14/2014)
Date Recorded: 01/07/2014
Interviewer: Dr. Langston-Keigh (LK)
SCP-XXXX-1: please let me die (note - message was repeated 14 times)
LK: We're not sure you can, Romeo.
Note: Subject uncommunicative from 01/07/2014 through to 08/03/2014.
Date Recorded: 08/03/2014
Interviewer: Dr. Langston-Keigh (LK)
SCP-XXXX-1: theres more light now
LK: It's been a long time, Romeo. Where is the light?
SCP-XXXX-1: my light im with her been watching her were good bye
LK: Are you okay, SCP-XXXX-1?
Addendum XXXX-A-03: There was no further communication from SCP-XXXX-1 after 08/03/2014, the birthdate of SCP-XXXX-1's son Terrence Romeo Silas Carter. SCP-XXXX has since decayed as expected and has been stored in a Reinforced Anomalous Cadaver Locker (RACL) awaiting declassification. Terrence Romeo Silas Carter to be considered PoI.
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Keter
Special Containment Procedures: MTF Beta-16 ("Debuggers") is to monitor relevant media for references to SCP-XXXX activity. Affected civilians are to be administered Class-C amnestics, and all electronics involved are to be confiscated and replaced. These procedures are to be amended when a source or pattern for occurrences is found.
Description: SCP-XXXX is a phenomenon affecting selected broadcasted sitcoms for all viewers on one device. These episodes are modified to include a deceased relative (SCP-XXXX-1, naked and in its physical state at time of death) replacing a main character. Episodes otherwise run normally, with other characters acting unaware of the modification. SCP-XXXX-1 follows the episode's script, but its physical state still impacts its surroundings.
Recordings of affected broadcasts do not display anomalies, and corpses of SCP-XXXX-1 instances and electronics involved in SCP-XXXX activity show no signs of modification. Attempts to locate SCP-XXXX's source or predict occurrences have not yielded results.
Addendum: Selected SCP-XXXX occurrences
|Show||Character replaced||Relation||Cause of Death||Notes|
|Friends||Chandler Bing||Uncle||Exsanguination||Blood spatter across set, props and actors.|
|Perfect Strangers||Balki Bartokomous||Wife||Polytrauma||Subject impaled on signpost. Displaced props and actors.|
|Roseanne||Roseanne Conner||Brother||Decapitation||Extensive and detailed scarification. Delivered lines in Sudovian.|
|Webster||George Papadopoulos||Brother||Major trauma||Impacted by train. Remains no longer ambulatory, yet parts moved autonomously.|
|Married with Children||Marcy D'Arcy||Daughter||Anencephaly||Fetus unable to deliver lines.|
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Keter
Special Containment Procedures: As instances of SCP-XXXX remain obfuscated until a specimen suffers a wound puncturing the skull, Mobile Task Force Lambda-14 ("Babysitters") has been tasked with tracking, surveilling and unobtrusively protecting identified SCP-XXXX instances. If an instance of SCP-XXXX suffers trauma to the skull, regardless of the severity, it is to be immediately quarantined and transported to the nearest site for preliminary containment in a Schlager-Anwari Xeno-Reality Containment Cell (XRCC). It may then be transported to Site-112 for research purposes.
To aid in proactive detection of SCP-XXXX, a mandatory genetic screening for presence of genetic markers indicating an elevated risk of cephalic disorders is to be included in all prenatal care. A non-profit front ("Heal the World") has been created to provide prenatal care where such a screening is unfeasible due to lack of resources, geographical location or various other reasons. Should a fetus test positive for these genetic markers, it is to be added to MTF Lambda-14's watch list. Should the infant be born with a visibly diagnosable medical condition identified as or suspected to be a cephalic disorder, it can be disregarded. If it does not, it is to be transferred to MTF Lambda-14's active surveillance list.
Description: SCP-XXXX are physically indistinguishable from Homo sapiens sapiens, but serve as host for a species of extra-dimensional entity that appear to use SCP-XXXX as an incubating chamber. As SCP-XXXX hosts are easily identified by normal prenatal ultrasounds, SCP-XXXX primarily manifests in those regions where prenatal care is lacking.
The existence of an SCP-XXXX instance only becomes apparent if the host suffers sudden invasive trauma to the skull. Once compromised, the extra-dimensional entity encased within SCP-XXXX will emerge and in the majority of cases die1.
Hosts for SCP-XXXX instances possess genetic markers indicating a cephalic disorder2, despite having developed normally during gestation. Research has uncovered evidence that between the second and fourth week of pregnancy, those fetuses possessing these genetic markers have a 0.3% chance of attracting a fetal SCP-XXXX specimen, which then nestles in the human fetus' neural tube before it is able to close. Through unknown means, SCP-XXXX instances are able to guide the fetus' development to make sure the skull develops as normal. The brain however, does not. Instead, the space inside the skull is used by the SCP-XXXX instance as a surrogate womb. As the human host develops from infant to adult over the course of its lifespan, its SCP-XXXX specimen will maintain an unassuming profile, interacting with its parents and surroundings as if it were a normal human being. SCP-XXXX instances do not make hazardous life choices and show a permanent flight response to any conflict, in order to avoid potentially fatal injuries. If an SCP-XXXX host dies of natural causes and is buried, the decomposition of its body will eventually expose the inside of the skull and allow
present with one of several medical conditions during gestation. These conditions are either confirmed to be or suspected to be a ciliopathy and always affect the brain or skull, . However, despite the normal progression of the specific condition,
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: In the event of an environmental disaster, Mobile Task Force Lambda-4 ("Birdwatchers") is to deploy and ensure that SCP-XXXX remain separated from any non-Foundation personnel. Interaction is permissible as long as SCP-XXXX instances are not provoked into removing their hood. To this end, on-call Foundation Communications Specialists are to monitor UHF and VHF channels to determine the correct one in order to be able to communicate with SCP-XXXX specimens.
Those SCP-XXXX instances in containment are housed at Site-98 in S-Type HACCs3. Specimens encountered outside of Foundation custody are to kept separated from the civilian population at all times. Those civilians that come too close are to be preemptively adminstered Class A amnestics and provided with a suitable cover story.
SCP-XXXX instances in containment are not to be fully or partially disrobed for any reason.
Description: SCP-XXXX is an unknown number of humanoid entities spontaneously manifesting within approximately 3-16 hours at the site of environmental disasters. SCP-XXXX will proceed to clean up any hazardous materials present after appearing. Specimens always appear wearing white Class A Hazmat suits devoid of any identifying marks. SCP-XXXX instances measure roughly between 170 and 185 cm, weighing anywhere from 55 to 130 kg. SCP-XXXX is typically encountered in groups of 10-16 individuals.
If left undisturbed, SCP-XXXX will spontaneously demanifest after approximately 24 hours, even if not all hazardous material have been removed at that time.
Observation of SCP-XXXX instances has shown frequent movement inside the Hazmat suits, consistent with multiple avian entities4 packed inside. Through unknown means, SCP-XXXX is able to effect advanced fine motor skills and converse in colloquial English. This despite the fact that bald eagle anatomy is not suitable for human speech. SCP-XXXX are not aware of their anomalous nature or properties. When confronted with either subject, SCP-XXXX instances feign confusion and react dismissively.
If SCP-XXXX instances are disrobed, the bald eagle specimens contained within its Hazmat suit disperse. Results are as expected.
Addendum XXXX/A/01: Partial transcript of interview XXXX/TrScr/Intv-03:rev1.03
Interviewer: Agent Meriksson
Interviewed: SCP-XXXX-46 encountered at the site of the [REDACTED] oil spill in ██/██/████
Agent Meriksson: "Excuse me, sir?"
SCP-XXXX-46 turns around and gestures to the side of its hood, presumably to indicate that Agent Meriksson should use the radio built in to its Hazmat suit
Agent Meriksson: "Oh! Of course. Sorry."
Agent Meriksson converses with his Communications specialist - SCP-XXXX-46 stands with its arms crossed
Agent Meriksson: "Hi there! Can you hear me?"
SCP-XXXX: "Yeah, I can hear ya, buddy. Whaddaya want?"
Agent Meriksson: "I'd just like to ask you a few questions if that's possible?"
SCP-XXXX: "If you make it quick. I got work to do here."
SCP-XXXX-46 gestures towards the oil spill
Agent Meriksson: "Great. Could I get your name, please?"
SCP-XXXX: "Errr…don't see why you'd need it?"
Agent Meriksson: "It's just a formality, really."
SCP-XXXX: "Fine, fine, if it'll get you off my back. Name's Sean."
Agent Meriksson: "Ah, great. Also, I was wondering what agency or company you're with."
SCP-XXXX: "Are you retarded, son? We're Her cleaners. Don't tell me you don't know Her."
Agent Meriksson: "Sure, sure, who doesn't know her…"
SCP-XXXX: "Not her, Her. The Lady."
Agent Meriksson: "Uh…yes, her."
SCP-XXXX: "No no, you need to…you know what? Forget about it. Any more questions? Time's ticking here."
Agent Meriksson: "Well, yes. I was wondering if you're aware of your anomalous nature."
SCP-XXXX: "My anamo…anol..whatever. No, I have no freakin' clue what you're talking about."
SCP-XXXX-46 calls to SCP-XXXX-42
SCP-XXXX: "Hey Jimmy! Get this: we're anolymous!"
SCP-XXXX-42 ('Jimmy') can be heard grunting in confusion, SCP-XXXX instance being interviewed laughs raucously
SCP-XXXX: "I have no idea what you're talking about, buddy. Can we wrap this up?"
Agent Meriksson: "We're almost done, sir. All I need to do now is to…"
Agent Meriksson attempts to forcibly remove the hood from SCP-XXXX-46's Hazmat suit.
SCP-XXXX: "Hey, wait a minute, what…"
The hood is removed, releasing approximately 20 irate mature bald eagle specimens
Postscript: Agent Meriksson claims to have received the order to remove the specimen's hood, even though no such instruction was given. It is unknown how this happened, or why Agent Meriksson complied with what was arguably detrimental to both his own safety and the attainment of operational targets. Agent Meriksson was hospitalized with severe lacerations, puncture and bite wounds..
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained within a Euclid-Class storage unit at Site-75. SCP-XXXX-1 is to be emptied of instances of SCP-XXXX-2 once every 24 hours. Following incident XXXX/I/201000613:A SCP-XXXX-1 is to remain closed until further notice. Any instances of SCP-XXXX-3 recovered from SCP-XXXX-1 are to be analysed by attached Level 2 Forensic Research personnel. Findings are to be archived under XXXX/D/Supp:N. SCP-XXXX-1 is to be supplied with constant power to avoid putrefaction of SCP-XXXX-2 instances. Should power be restored to SCP-XXXX-1 more than 2 hours after a power failure occurs, personnel assigned to cleaning duty are to fully empty SCP-XXXX-1 and disinfect its interior before containment is resumed. Instances of SCP-XXXX-2 thus recovered are to be disposed of according to the HazB-Inf/142b protocol.
Description: SCP-XXXX-1 is a [BRAND] brand double-door refrigerator, typical for its model and make. SCP-XXXX's outer shell is composed of stainless steel with plastic grips.
When opened, there is a 79.2% chance that between 10 and 35 instances of SCP-XXXX-2 will be present within SCP-XXXX-1, despite not having been placed there previously. Note that new instances of SCP-XXXX-2 will only manifest after SCP-XXXX-1 has been emptied of previous specimens. Instances of SCP-XXXX-2 are inexpertly amputated limbs, equal amounts of both arms and legs. The size of these appendages suggests them to belong to children between the ages of 5-8. However, blood analysis has shown the presence of the defect in the FGFR3 gene indicating achondroplasia in all specimens of SCP-XXXX-2 recovered so far. In 67.9% of cases, an RFID chip was recovered from instances of SCP-XXXX-2. Please refer to addendum XXXX-A-1 for sample information recovered from these chips.
In addition to instances of SCP-XXXX-2, several items (collectively referred to as SCP-XXXX-3) have been recovered from SCP-XXXX-1 since containment has been effected. Instances of SCP-XXXX-3 are typically found mixed in with SCP-XXXX-2 instances. A notable exception was SCP-XXXX-3-4, which was discovered as the sole object within SCP-XXXX-1.
|SCP-XXXX-3-0||N/A||Dirt collected with SCP-XXXX-2 instances is catalogued under this designation. Soil analysis has shown SCP-XXXX-3-0 to be composed of|
|SCP-XXXX-3-1||03-02-2010||Remnants of a MRE5 kit, opened. Contents appear to have included human flesh.|
|SCP-XXXX-3-2||04-17-2010||A page from a publication titled 'A Treatise on the Inequality of Species'.|
|SCP-XXXX-3-3||04-18-2010||A MultiCam-patterned ACU patrol cap bearing an insignia similar to that of a U.S. Army private (PV2), but with two small red inverted triangles added beneath.|
|SCP-XXXX-3-4||05-07-2010||An entrenching tool similar to that currently in use by the U.S. Army. Tissue and bone fragments from several unknown donors were found on its metal tip. Analysis of recovered biological material is pending.|
|SCP-XXXX-3-5||05-21-2010||An empty brown glass beer bottle. Its label identifies it as a 'Old Man Stout'.|
|SCP-XXXX-3-6||06-05-2010||A pamphlet entitled 'The Enemy Among Us' [DATA EXPUNGED] localized independent terrorist cells.|
|SCP-XXXX-3-7||07-14-2010||A single brown suede shoe, size equivalent to U.S. children's size 9.|
Concept: A Chaos Insurgency facility on an oil platform off the Sakhalin Islands that suffered a massive catastrophe when testing a weaponized version of a scip previously in the possession of the Foundation. The platform is in flux and strange things appear and disappear at random in and around it. The instability only spreads through human beings entering its zone (it centers another bubble on their head with a certain radius, so the only thing we can do is keep it isolated.
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: No vessels other than the SCPS Ketos are to be allowed within 20 km of SCP-XXXX's location. Should a vessel approach the no-sail zone, members of MTF-Zeta-41 ("") are to board and distribute class-B amnestics to crew and passengers before releasing the vessel. In addition, a no-fly zone with a radius of 50 km has been declared, centred on SCP-XXXX's location. All in- and outbound aircraft are to be monitored, radio traffic scrambled and occupants detained upon landing pending administration of class-B amnestics. If an aircraft thus tracked represents a risk to operational security, execution of Icarus protocol has been ratified. All signals issuing from SCP-XXXX-1 are to be disrupted.
Addendum ██/██/19██: outside of active testing, no personnel is to board SCP-XXXX-1. Any personnel disregarding this instruction are to be considered instances of SCP-XXXX-3 regardless of whether they exhibit associated behavior or traits.
Description: SCP-XXXX consists of SCP-XXXX-1 and all instances of SCP-XXXX-2 and SCP-XXXX-3. SCP-XXXX-1 is the drillship Ангелов света, formerly in the service of ██████████████████████ as part of the ████████ I project. Although SCP-XXXX-1 itself does not exhibit anomalous traits, it cannot be seen separate from other components of SCP-XXXX.
SCP-XXXX-1 is currently adrift at N █████████ E ██████████ and remains in good condition. It is currently in a state of moderate to severe disrepair and is no longer considered stable (see Incident report XXXX-I/542:b). SCP-XXXX-1's Dynamic Positioning System (DPS) remains operational SCP-XXXX-1 is currently connected to the seabed only through its exploratory drilling equipment, which acts as an anchor. However, durability prognoses predict that at the current speed of erosion, SCP-XXXX-1 will break free within six to nine months. If this should happen, contingency plan XXXX-Alpha-Six is to be put into effect.
SCP-XXXX-2 are a number (approximately 150) of motile lines, between 0.5 mm and 1.3 mm in diameter, composed of crude oil. These emerge from the exploratory borehole and run up to SCP-XXXX-1 along the drill's casing, leading into the ship's moon pool. They do not appear to be susceptible to any known method of dispersal, reforming if damaged or interrupted in any way. Reconnaissance has shown instances of SCP-XXXX-2 to exit the interior of the ship at various points along its superstructure. Instances of SCP-XXXX-2 are mobile and actively hostile towards any mammal6 present in or on SCP-XXXX-1 that is not yet a specimen of SCP-XXXX-3. If a potential target boards SCP-XXXX-1, instances of SCP-XXXX-2 will seek it out and attempt to penetrate into the skull through the ears. This process invariably kills the target, turning it into a specimen of SCP-XXXX-3.
Instances of SCP-XXXX-3 are present in various places on SCP-XXXX-1's superstructure. Existence of specimens within SCP-XXXX-1 has not been verified at this time, though not all known crewmembers are accounted for at this time. Known instances of SCP-XXXX-3 are in varying states of decomposition. Each instance is engaged in repetitive behavior (see below).
Below is a compiled list of known SCP-XXXX-3 instances, their position and behavior:
|Secondary designation||Visual confirmation||Position||Behavior||Notes|
|SCP-XXXX-3-1||██/██/19██||Bridge||Sends out a digital distress signal at 132 second intervals, broadcasting both the ship's name and its coordinates over the VHF and HF frequency bands||Believed to be former Chief Officer O. Damarkov|
|SCP-XXXX-3-2||██/██/19██||Center deck, near SCP-XXXX-1's derrick||No currently active behavior, was seen to ignite several of SCP-XXXX-1's handheld flares on ██/██/19██||Sustained massive burn trauma, no post-event identification possible at this time|
|SCP-XXXX-3-3||██/██/19██||Aft deck||Impacts bulwark at 5 second intervals with what remains of its head||Believed to be a Siberian Husky (Canis lupus familiaris) on board as a good luck charm|
|SCP-XXXX-3-4||██/██/20██||Aft deck||Irregular twitches of torso, arms raising and lowering at regular intervals||D-64322 played a large part in understanding the way instances of SCP-XXXX-2 operate during testing procedures documented in XXXX-T-1:Rs.F. Legs missing at this time|
Item #: SCP-1974
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: All instances of SCP-1974 are contained in the Shielded Containment Area (SCA) at Site-71 - access is only granted to personnel assigned to researching SCP-1974. All personnel assigned to SCP-1974 must wear special electromagnetic shielding suits while within the SCA, and are subject to an MRI scan every 48 hours. Any staff who either fail the MRI scan or begin to experience erratic behavior will be detained and isolated until SCP-1974 has been ruled out as a causative agent. Any personnel that have developed SCP-1974 may request termination - otherwise, affected personnel will be contained within the SCA. (Refer to Addendum 1974-02)
The SCA is located underneath Site-71, and is isolated from the rest of Site-71 magnetically by a large Faraday cage surrounding the structure. Personnel entering the SCA are encouraged to not bring any electronic devices or sensitive storage media within the SCA. An emergency medical team with experience in handling situations without electronic equipment must be ready to respond to any emergency incidents within the SCA at all times - this medical team is not permitted to handle any other situation, and is prohibited from contact with personnel not assigned to SCP-1974.
Each cell within the SCA shall be constructed out of normal drywall and insulation, with the exception that a steel mesh with spacing no larger than 0.5mm must be sandwiched between the layers of the walls. All surveillance shall be carried out by speaking pipes and glass viewing ports.
In the event of an emergency, either within the SCA or within Site-71, Procedure 1974-05-Ira is to be executed. This seals the SCA from Site-71 and releases nerve gas into the air, killing all personnel within the SCA and continuing to circulate the gas for a 48-hour period.
At the moment of this writing, there are 21 instances of SCP-1974: 10 civilians (including the index case), 5 D-class personnel, 4 guards and 2 researchers.
In the event that a subject affected with SCP-1974 must be transferred, they are to be contained in a mobile Faraday cage, in accordance with Protocol 1974-01, and are never to be transported by air. A designated receiving dock located at Site-71 has been designated to receive anything related to SCP-1974 only.
Absolutely no personnel with any genetic history of Huntington's disease are to be assigned to SCP-1974.
Description: SCP-1974 is a disease that functions similarly to Huntington's disease. SCP-1974 is invariably fatal - the disease can last from a range of 12 hours to a period of over 5 years, with all cases resulting in the death of the subject. Huntington's disease is a breakdown of brain cells caused by a genetic defect, which results in cognitive and psychiatric problems, and which will eventually result in death of the affected subject.
Subjects affected by SCP-1974 will begin to show signs of Huntington's disease at roughly 40 years of age, in the which the disease progresses normally until atrophy of the striatum. When the striatal structures begin to break down, SCP-1974 exhibits its anomalous effect: the subject begins to generate an electric field with associated magnetic disturbances that range between 1 gauss to up to over 5000 gauss, with field strength constantly changing. The rapidly changing magnetic field is not strong enough to propel anything larger than a small-sized metallic object, but the resultant field interferes with or destroys transistor-based electronic equipment. How the disease generates such large electromagnetic disturbances is currently under study. It is of note that none of the subjects affected with SCP-1974 have tested positive for any abnormalities with the Huntington gene, the genetic code which dictates Huntington's disease in normal people.
The range of the electromagnetic field ranges from under .50 meters to over 50 meters radius from the subject, with no known dependent variables. This field remains until the brain has been fully destroyed in the course of the disease. In light of these known factors, the SCA was developed at Site-71 in order to provide a safe area to study SCP-1974. All research into SCP-1974 is dedicated towards understanding the development of the disease and early detection.
SCP-1974 was first reported in the progressive Amish community of ██████, in the United States, on June 2, 20██, when a telecommunications company installing new phone lines reported that none of their electrical equipment was working. Undercover Foundation agents posing as officials from the Department of Energy arrived, and the community was inspected for any anomalous properties. SCP-1974 was isolated after the index case (1974-01) traveled from his home to the other side of town, affecting the readings of the agents from the opposite ends of the town. SCP-1974-01, his relatives and neighbors were subsequently isolated, and have remained in the care of the Foundation, with 7 of them developing SCP-1974 some time after isolation, and the rest being administered Class-B amnesiacs and re-inserted into the community. The two technicians working within the town were also isolated after they began to exhibit the symptoms of Huntington's disease, despite no known record of the disease in their families' genetic history.
Addendum 1974-01: With respect to the anomalous properties of SCP-1974, Protocol 1974-01 is to be initialized whenever a retrieval/containment team must transport a subject to Site-71. Protocol 1974-01 entails the usage of a shielded cage to transport the subject over road and water, and all marine transportation shall be performed with a modified Halifax-class frigate, outfitted with a mobile containment suite specializing in electromagnetic SCPs, for transport to Site-71.
Addendum 1974-02: During initial containment and testing, it was discovered that, via an unknown mechanism, staying in the presence of the generated electromagnetic field resulted in an increased likelihood of developing SCP-1974, after Researcher Downs developed Huntington's disease, being assigned to work on SCP-1974 for a period of two months prior to the diagnosis. Further work with SCP-1974 is now restricted to Level-2 or higher personnel, and magnetic shielding has been designed to reduce the likelihood of developing SCP-1974. SCP-1974 is to be now treated as a non-ionizing radiation hazard.
Item #: SCP-1643
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-1643 is to be kept in an S-Type Humanoid Anomaly Containment Cell (HACC) built into an isolated structure at Site-113, at least 150 m from any other structure or infrastructural element on Site-113's grounds. SCP-1643 is to be kept in a medically-induced coma through the application of propofol unless testing procedures are in effect. A secondary system is to be installed, allowing SCP-1643's cell to be flooded with a concentrated gaseous mixture of desflurane and oxygen should the primary sedation system malfunction. To ensure the vaporization of this mixture, SCP-1643's containment cell is to be kept heated to 24 °C. At no time are personnel of any clearance level allowed within 100 m of SCP-1643, except during testing. D-Class personnel employed in testing SCP-1643 are to be remain restrained until SCP-1643's effects have dissipated.
Should SCP-1643 experience a positive emotional state outside of testing procedures, all personnel are to evacuate the structure containing SCP-1643 and retreat to Site-113's main compound. Only after confirmation of cessation are personnel to return. Personnel showing signs of being affected by SCP-1643 are to be detained and restrained until such time as its effects dissipate.
A member of the Foundation Translation Services Department fluent in Wao Tiriro is to be on-call during testing.
Description: SCP-1643 is a 39-year-old Huaorani female of average build. SCP-1643's body shows signs of extensive physical abuse. SCP-1643 is only fluent in Wao Tiriro and interaction with SCP-1643 requires the presence of a translator. When conscious, SCP-1643 has shown symptoms associated with depersonalization disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.
SCP-1643's primary anomalous effect manifests as the induction of extreme emotional states in other sentient lifeforms, inversely related to SCP-1643's own broad emotional state. This phenomenon has been shown to affect subjects up to 100 m from SCP-1643 and is unhindered by physical obstructions. In a secondary anomalous effect, affected subjects propagate their own emotional state (as brought on by SCP-1643) to others within the same range. SCP-1643's primary and secondary effects dissipate within 24 hours after removal from SCP-1643's area of influence. Until such a time, subjects under the influence of SCP-1643 will propagate their emotional state.
It is currently unknown how SCP-1643 is able to affect a subject's emotional state, though all those exposed to SCP-1643's effect have shown marked dopamine imbalances. SCP-1643 does not appear to be in conscious control of the phenomenon, and has not yet demonstrated an understanding of its existence.
Addendum 1643-A-01: Recovery and preliminary containment notes
On ██/██/████, a research expedition sent to observe and study a previously unknown Huaorani settlement by the anthropological department of ██████████ College, ██████, filmed "The Ritual of Joyful Men"7. After returning to the UK, the resulting dissertation on current esoterical rituals amongst South-American tribes with limited exposure to Western civilization was intercepted by Foundation operatives in the anthropological community.
SCP-1643 was secured at an isolated Huaorani village in the Orellana region of Ecuador by Containment Team Kilo-161. Preliminary containment was effected by administration of amnestics to the selected members of the expedition and by the manipulation of both the footage and the dissertation to trivialize the effects of SCP-1643 on the tribe's members. SCP-1643 was retrieved from its village, transported to a temporary L-type Humanoid Anomaly Cell in Quito and shipped to Site-113 after the required cooldown period of 5 days.
Addendum 1643-A-02: Management summary of incident report 1643/DocRep/I20110129:01
At the time of incident 1643-I-20110129:01, SCP-1643 was still contained in Site-113's Isolation Wing. Please see 1643/SCP/Gd-Hm:rev4.21 for more information concerning previous revisions of SCP-1643's containment procedures.
On 01/29/2011, SCP-1643's automated propofol delivery systems malfunctioned, allowing SCP-1643 to come out of its induced coma. SCP-1643's initial fear and confusion upon waking up led to a heightened sense of joy in all personnel within its range. At 7 minutes and 34 seconds after waking, security footage shows SCP-1643 sitting up and looking directly at one of the cameras. Microphones monitoring its containment unit picked up SCP-1643 vocalizing:
"Eye of the gods, you have delivered me from them. No more pain. Safe. I am safe. I am safe. I am safe. I am safe. I am safe. I am safe."
Translated from the original Wao Tiriro by J.M.E. Elston, TSD
SCP-1643 then laughed and began crying before getting off its medical gurney to perform a ritual Huaorani dance of supplication. At that time, 18 members of staff were directly within range of SCP-1643, with 64 more within range of these initial victims. All experienced a range of extreme negative emotional states, resulting in large-scale destruction of Foundation property, loss of life, and grievous personal injuries to those affected who survived. Only the total lockdown of Site-113 and evacuation of all unaffected personnel was sufficient to prevent a spread of SCP-1643's effects.
In the wake of this incident, SCP-1643's containment unit was relocated to a suitable isolated structure on Site-113's grounds, and fitted with a backup system to ensure a sustained coma should its primary sedation system malfunction.
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: The east wing of Site-91 is to remain evacuated and closed-off to general personnel. A safety zone within a 10 m radius of Behavioral Observation Laboratory 7.21 has been cleared of all mobile and immobile assets. Standard regulations for Unstable Temporary Anomalies (see Doc.Gen/Tmp/UTA_Conduct:v1.94 for more information) are in effect.
Description: SCP-XXXX is a Delta-class Unstable Temporary Anomaly presenting with multiple decision nodes, variable actors, and non-heuristic resolution factors. SCP-XXXX is centered on, and contained in Behavorial Observation Laboratory 7.21 of Site-91.
The events observed in SCP-XXXX are looped, progressing from event SCP-XXXX-A to resolution event SCP-XXXX-H before returning back to SCP-XXXX-A. Named events are not identical each loop, but adhere to a fixed set of conditions. Some events may recur, though at no fixed interval.