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Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: The container of SCP-XXXX-1 is to be kept in a secure containment locker. Subjects infected with SCP-XXXX-2 are to be kept in normal containment chamber for humanoids. They are to be allowed limited access (3 hours a day) to the main facility, under guard.
Description: SCP-XXXX-1 is a small collection of carved moon rocks that are estimated to have come to earth around 5000 to 6000 years ago. The carvings are approximately 4000 years old. The artifacts affect members of the Canidae family, infecting them with a virus that spreads in the bloodstream. Once virus density has reached a certain point (approximately 2.7 million per microliter of blood) the virus will spread to the salivary glands and the infected canine becomes violent towards other canines and humans.
If a human is infected, they undergo a severe spike in adrenaline. This causes mood swings, making the subject dangerous and often unpredictable. After approximately 2 months, the subjects suffer from a drop in intelligence, caused by the virus spreading to the brain. Around 1 month after this point, the virus will stimulate cell growth, causing rapid muscle and bone growth, as well as increased production of keratin, which shows in the hair and nails. Cells generated by the virus are rejected by the immune system during the early stages, causing the subject to variate wildly between periods of rapid growth and sudden decline. After around 4 months, the virus will have adapted to the body, causing the immune system to ignore it, and the cells that it generates. At this point, the physical changes become permanent.
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-1 is contained in a 20*3*20 concrete room, with a steel door.
Description: SCP-XXXX-1 is a humanoid statue standing 2.41 meters tall. The statue is made of a dark blue stone, with a similar mineral composition to Jasper. The statue is approximately 750000 years old.
The statue has numerous channels and fibrous formations within the solid exterior, which allow it to move and recover from injuries via a fluid generated in the torso of the statue. This movement occurs at a reduced rate (approximately 0.10 meters per year). The statue is also capable of speech, although the time it takes to form words means conversations with humans are impossible. The current interview is being performed via written notes. Each note takes around 6 years to be written by SCP-XXXX-1
SCP-XXXX-1 came into Foundation possession in 19██. It was found in a German forest, near the town of ███████. It had been reported as "moving". The subsequent investigation found nothing out of the ordinary, although later examination next to the pictures from the first investigation showed the change in position, and alerted the Foundation to its slow pace.
Addendum XXXX-A: Examination of original file image to current file image shows the statue has been changing color to a lighter blue. It has also increased in speed, seemingly proportional to the color change.
Interview Log 19██ to 20██:
Dr. ██████: What is your name?
SCP-XXXX-1: I have no name. Where is she?
Dr. ██████: Where is who?
SCP-XXXX-1: She. My counterpart. We were separated. They took her. Where is she?
Dr. ██████: This counterpart, is she like you?
SCP-XXXX-1: Yes. I miss her. We were separated so long ago. Do you know where she is?
Dr. ██████: I'm sorry, we have no records of anything like you. Could she have been damaged?
SCP-XXXX-1: No. We are connected. I would feel her loss. I need her. Find her. Please.
Dr. ██████: We will try to find her. You say you are connected, could you locate her?
SCP-XXXX-1: No. All I know is she is getting closer. Please find
Note: This interview is ongoing. It was started in 19██, 3 years after the retrieval of SCP-XXXX-1.
Addendum XXXX-A: On ██/██/████, SCP-XXXX-2 was found facing the facility where SCP-XXXX-1 was currently being stored. Upon collection, SCP-XXXX-2 was being brought to the facility, when agents on the scene reported an increase in its speed. The agent in charge reversed direction, resulting in the artifact losing speed drastically. As the artifact was approaching human speed roughly ███ kilometers from SCP-XXXX-1, it is now being stored in an alternate facility. Researchers theorize, based on estimated distances and rate of acceleration, SCP-XXXX-1 and SCP-XXXX-2 could exceed speeds of [REDACTED] if allowed within 100 meters of each other, potentially [REDACTED]
Note: SCP-XXXX-1 showed a similar increase in speed during the estimated time frame, although it was writing at the time, and appeared not to notice.
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Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-1 is to be contained in a steel vault with a locked door. It is to be wrapped in chains, which are to be padlocked in multiple places. If the subject manages to remove the chains, it is to be restrained by 2 armed guards, and the chains are to be re-applied. Anyone handling SCP-XXXX-1 should be aware that it is suspected of having mild psychic abilities.
Description: The subject is an adult Caucasian male with mid length brown hair, and is 1.87 meters tall. it wears an old faded black suit, with a black top hat.
The subject proclaims himself to be a magician. When asked to prove it, it will perform one of several "tricks". It may remove his top hat, and remove a single white rabbit (SCP-XXXX-2). It may also produce a pack of cards, and when one is chosen, invariably pick that same card from the deck. It can also create a pair of white doves (SCP-XXXX-3).
The subject was contained by two agents after performing at ████████. It had been making money via the use of his abnormalities. Since then, it has escaped containment 12 times, but each time been returned to his containment chamber. It seems to be unable to, or unwilling to, use is abnormalities to harm the guards.
Currently it is contained, along with SCP-XXXX-2, and SCP-XXXX-3. It is healthy, and seems to be suffering no ill effects from confinement.
List of failed containment methods:
1: Subject was originally kept in an ordinary containment room with no additional precautions
Note: Subject picked the lock and attempted to escape the facility on ██/██/████, 4 days after capture.
2: Subject dressed in a straight-jacket, and the locks changed on its cell.
Note: Subject undid straight jacket on ██/██/████, after 2 days wearing it.
3: Subject was again dressed in the straight-jacket, and suspended upside-down.
Note: Subject escaped confinement after ██ minutes.
4: Subject was placed within a tank of water with breathing apparatus, its hands were cuffed behind its back.
Note: Subject undid cuffs after ██ hours, and attempted to escape confinement.
Note: Stop taking advice on containing SCP-XXXX-1 from SCP-XXXX-1
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-1 is to be kept in a soundproofed containment room, in the center of the room on top of a table. All guards stationed near SCP-XXXX-1 are to wear Class-B ear protection or higher.
Description: SCP-XXXX-1 is a standard ████ brand CD player with two alterations; The words "my name is Tony" have been scratched on one side, and the spindle is removed. This appears to have no adverse affects to the playing of CD's on SCP-XXXX-1.
When a CD is placed within SCP-XXXX-1, and the play button is pressed, the CD will proceed to play, regardless of whether the tray is closed or not. Subjects exposed to sounds from SCP-XXXX-1 note that the sound is of high quality, regardless of the quality of the CD, and that the sound is pleasing to the ears, irrespective of the contents of the CD.
Once exposed to sounds from SCP-XXXX-1, subjects (now collectively referred to as SCP-XXXX-2) will enter stage 1. During this stage, they will repeatedly find themselves recalling moments in their lives when the CD they listened to was playing. If they hadn't heard the CD prior to being exposed to SCP-XXXX-1, stage 1 can go unnoticed for months.
After a period of time ranging from three (3) weeks to four (4) months, SCP-XXXX-2 will enter stage 2, at which point snippets from the CD they listened too will present themselves in the subjects mind. This will derail any ongoing thoughts, and will increase in commonality. Subjects invariably can't remember more than one section of the audio at a time, and become increasingly frustrated at the blockage in their thought process.
Approximately three (3) months after entering stage 2, subjects will enter stage 3. At this point, memories will begin "fading" from the subjects mind. Subjects report no feeling of loss, and if asked to recall a faded memory, begin replicating the audio they were exposed too, with perfect clarity. At this stage, hearing the audio from SCP-XXXX-2 can result in infection.
After the subjects memory has faded completely, they have entered stage 4. In this stage, they will continuously "play" the audio they listened too, looping back to the start when they finish. This stage lasts for around three (3) to six (6) weeks. This appears to be an attempt to spread the infection.
Stage 5 occurs around five (5) to seven (7) months after initial infection. At this point, SCP-XXXX-2 is no longer infectious. Subjects in stage 5 will assume personalities and memories based upon the original audio they were exposed to. Subjects exposed to audio-books will cycle through characters in a seemingly random order. Songs or albums produce varied results.
Note: I have requested class change from Safe to Euclid, as it appears that after a period of time between initial infections, it begins playing audio from CD's that have been played on SCP-XXXX-2 without human interaction. This audio increases in volume without known limit, until it creates a new instance of SCP-XXXX-2. At this point, SCP-XXXX-1 will re-enter its inactive state.