Item #: SCP-1942
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-1942 is to be kept in two steel containers (Container 1942-A and Container 1942-B). Both the exterior and interior walls of these containers must be insulated from temperature irregularities. Insulation is to be replaced only as needed. Container 1942-B is to be kept 3.9 m from the ceiling, the floor, and all walls of the surrounding chamber. All structural supports of Container 1942-B must be insulated from temperature irregularities.
SCP-1942 is to be kept within Container 1942-A on a wire shelf made of cast iron. No substance other than iron has been authorized to be introduced to SCP-1942.
Air in and around both containers is not to exceed 0°C (273 K). Optimal Temperature around Container 1942-B is -10°C (263 K); Optimal Temperature around Container 1942-A is -30°C (243 K); Optimal Temperature within Container 1942-A is 223 K. If air within Container 1942-A rises to 230 K (-43 °C), then the air within and around Container 1942-B is to be cooled at a rate of 5 K/second until Optimal Temperature is reached.
No less than three (3) D-Class personnel are to be kept within Container 1942-B at all times and must be functional in low heat. Members of personnel are advised against entering Container 1942-A. no longer permitted to enter Container 1942-A.
If SCP-1942-1 breaches its confinement in Container 1942-A, then liquid nitrogen is to be pumped into the area surrounding and within Container 1942-A. Following this, personnel are to notify Class-4 senior members of personnel. Personnel should consult Protocol 1942-A in this event.
Should SCP-1942-1 breach its confinement in Container 1942-B and reach a distance of 3.9 m from said container, then Protocol 1942 is authorized.
Note: Do not remove SCP-1942 from its container. All testing on this SCP is prohibited by order of O5-█.
Description: SCP-1942 is comprised of two anomalies: an umbrella (SCP-1942) and an amorphous conglomeration of liquid (SCP-1942-1).
SCP-1942 is an umbrella of a modern design with the initials "HCC" and the word “████” etched into the hilt. It is unknown at this time whether or not [REDACTED] is connected to SCP-1942, SCP-1942-1, or both. Further investigation into "HCC" is underway. Though SCP-1942 shows signs of disrepair, if it undergoes further damage, then [DATA EXPUNGED]. This reaction has been documented to last no less than three minutes and three seconds (3:03), though severity of damage affects this limit.
Tape recordings and incident reports have shown that SCP-1942-1 is an amorphous being that is made of clear liquid, presumed to be water. The creature seems to lack the ability to keep its consistency after eight minutes and forty-two seconds (8:42), as it typically loses body structure and returns to SCP-1942 without further incident at that point.
SCP-1942-1 has an adverse reaction to iron. Testing to determine the cause of this reaction has been submitted.
SCP-1942-1 has killed 100% of test subjects (██). This is including D-30500, who initially survived testing until [REDACTED]. Autopsies suggest that victims are drowned while being rapidly desiccated, with the only remaining liquid ([REDACTED]) being present in victims' lungs. It is unconfirmed whether SCP-1942-1 has this effect beyond fauna, as no flora were tested before the ban on testing.
SCP-1942-1 allegedly has the ability to [REDACTED], though this has not been seen since its containment.
Item #: SCP-1944
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: [Paragraphs explaining the procedures]
Description: SCP-1947 is a silver locket with the initials “HCP” on the back. It is made of titanium and coated in sterling silver. The front is of a plain design, which is in stark contrast to the font engraved on the back. The chain reflects this plainness. Researchers have found a water-stained, black-and-white portrait of what appears to be a young woman.
Should the locket come into contact with [a high amount of moisture or humidity], then it releases an amorphous creature, SCP-1944-1.
SCP-1944-1 appears to be constructed simply of water. Its volume grows with each victim congruent with the amount of water its victim held prior to the assault. When the creature next actuates, it reverts to its volume of three liters.
Victims of SCP-1944-1 are desiccated presumably through their lungs, which have to date always retained significantly more water than the rest of their bodies. This desiccation process takes anywhere from 23 minutes to approximately three hours, though there has been one documented incident of this process taking exactly 23 hours to complete (See Incident Report 1944-A).