• Compass that makes you lost.
• Magic Trick Guillotine that makes you think you’ve been beheaded.
• Dr Wondertainment’s my first SPC range.
• Doll that cures depression
• Trench coat that makes someone believe that they are a detective.
• Drink that when drunk turns you into an advertisement for that drink.
• Playhouse that makes you imagine things to be real.(Bad description of idea)

Work In Progress

Guillotine - Makes people think that their heads have been cut off.

This may be too similar to SCP-374

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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:

It is recommended that SCP-XXXX is placed within a secure storage locker within Site 19. As SCP-XXXX is inert when not being actively used if it is not in testing it requires no further steps need to be taken for its containment. Care should be taken when moving SCP-XXXX from storage to testing to prevent any reoccurrences of incident XXXX-a.

Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 occurring as a result of testing should be sent to the medical facility for assessment then treatment. Subsequent to initial treatment it may be necessary to refer SCP-XXXX-1 on to counselling for readjustment therapy.


SCP-XXXX is a large, gaudy, stage magician’s guillotine constructed from wood. This resembles the type of guillotine used in executions historically. It has two uprights, with a stock at their lower end to restrain the neck of the subject. The inner faces of the uprights contain tracks within which runs a blade, and the upper end of the uprights supports a mechanism for raising, holding and then releasing the blade. On one of its uprights in large sparkling letters it has written ‘The Amazing Alonzo’s’ and on the other is ‘Spectacular magic show’.

When a subject is placed within SCP-XXXX the trick appears to function as normal. The subject will be locked within the stock and the operator of SCP-XXXX will release the blade that hangs above the subject’s head. This blade will appear to go through the subject’s neck as a traditional guillotine would do. A blade appears beneath the neck shortly the blade is dropped. This is in fact a second blade released when the initial blade hits the upper half of the stock. This provides the illusion that a metal blade has passed through the subject’s neck. However, the subject’s head is not in fact severed and it remains attached to their body. Shortly after this has happened however the subject will begin to show signs of agitation, often protesting that their head has in fact been detached from their body. During this state they should be considered SCP-XXXX-1.

Subjects will exhibit a variety of responses to this phenomenon:

• The majority of subject’s senses have continued function albeit from the position of where their severed head would hypothetically be on the floor.
• Several have lost vision, hearing, smell, taste, as if their head had been severed, but are otherwise fine.
• In testing X% of all subjects will simply stop breathing and expire from asphyxiation.

The operator of the guillotine if aware of the position of the hypothetical head is able to mime picking up a head shaped object. The experience of SCP-XXXX-1 corresponds with the actions taken by the operator. This means it is possible for the subject to describe other areas visited by the operator. If the operator mimes reattaching the head to the body this should end any encountered phenomenon.

Agents recovered SCP-XXXX in ██████ on ██/██/20██ in the possession of an amateur magician. It was discovered after the report of an unexplained death due to asphyxiation at the show and the subsequent blinding of a police detective in the following investigation. When interviewed the magician was unaware of SCP-XXXX’s anomalous qualities stating that he had bought the item at an auction of a deceased magicians effects. All witnesses of the performance along with those involved in the initial investigation were given Class B Amnesiacs.

Further investigation into the identity of ‘The Amazing Alonzo’ and the provenance of the item is ongoing.

Addendum SCP-XXXXX-A:

After incident SCP-XXXX-B it is recommended that test subjects for SCP-XXXX are no longer given amnesiacs subsequent to testing. Research suggests that lapses in concentration or awareness of the incident can in a minority of cases result in the phenomenon reoccurring. Reoccurrences outside of the prescribed testing area have proven difficult to resolve.

SCP - Mail Order Martial Arts

Needs cleaning up and improvement on sentence structure and grammer which read awkwardly.

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Evidence Log-XXXX-C

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:

SCP-XXXX should be kept within a sealed polythene bag in a locked briefcase stored within a secure locker within Site 19.

It is recommended that SCP-XXXX is not removed from the briefcase at any time unless authorised by Level 2 staff and above for testing purposes. Due to the fragile nature of SCP-XXXX it is recommended that when handled all procedures for handling rare documents are followed to prevent further degradation.

Occurrences of SCP-XXXX originating from testing should be restrained by security staff via tranquiliser darts from a distance. It is advised that close proximity to SCP-XXXX-1 should be avoided by researchers and staff in cases of security breaches. Any new occurrences of SCP-XXXX-1 found outside of containment should be dealt with following non lethal takedown protocols in line with research protocol. If difficulty is encountered it is recommended that taskforces should use lethal force.

When cases of SCP-XXXX-1 are subdued they should be administered class A amnesiacs along with any direct witnesses. Further cleanup should be carried out in accordance to standard cleanup procedure.


SCP-XXXX is a small booklet consisting of 32 pages roughly stapled together. The paper is low quality pulp found in many newspaper publications and lower end magazines during the early to mid. 70s. Across the front cover of the booklet is emblazoned:




On the reverse of the booklet is the following: ██

Yes, this is the most MALEVOLENT and HORRIFIYING martial art known to man—and is WITHOUT PEER. Its MANGLING, MUTILATING, DISFIGURING, DISCOMFORTING, BALEFUL, CALAMITOUS, VENOMOUS, VINDICTIVE, PARALYZING and CRIPPLING techniques are known only to the secret cabal of ruling Kung-Fu masters. An expert at the art of MURDER FIST could easily kill many Jujitsu, Ninjitsu, Karate, Boxing, Kendo, Savate, Mauy Thai and Gun Fu experts at one time with only a fist bump of pressure using his murderous MURDER FIST WEAPONS. Instructing you step by step thru each move in this manual is none other than THE MARQUIS DUMAS—“THE DANGEROUSIST MAN IN ALL EXISTANCE.” (THE DUKE OF DESTRUCTION.)


Within the interior of the booklet is a step by step guide accompanied by illustrated pictures that appears to teach a martial art known as MURDER FIST to the reader.

Subjects exposed to the interior of the booklet are designated SCP-XXXX-1. Any visual contact the subject has with the interior of SCP-XXXX induces anomalous qualities upon the subject; regardless of the subject actually reading the contents of the pamphlet. Whenever SCP-XXXX-1 has direct physical contact with a living organism the organism expires. Expiration is most likely to take the form of cardiac arrest in organisms with circulatory systems. In others death will occur by method most common to the specific organism. Research suggests that there is a correlation between the time of expiration and the force of contact; with lighter touches causing death after several hours have passed rather than instantly. The mechanism by which death occurs is currently not understood.

The object first came to the attention of the Foundation in 196X with the death of several members of a high school football team in XXXXX, XX at the hands of another student. The apprehension of SCP-XXXX-1 resulted in the death of Recovery Agent XXXXXX. Subsequent interviews with SCP-XXXX-1 revealed both the existence of SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX-1 obtained the pamphlet through a mail order advertisement found within a comic book; as found in Evidence Log-XXXX-C.

Investigation into the identity of Marquis Dumas has proven unfruitful. It is believed that Dumas was the son of Irish immigrants by the name of Keenan, who after serving in the military for several years returned to XXXXXX and opened a martial arts dojo. It is believed that he changed his name in the early 1960’s. It is currently unknown when Dumas developed his Murder Fist martial art and if he or the martial art itself had any direct connection with the development of the pamphlet and its anomalous qualities.

To date Foundation Agents have encountered XXX instances of SCP-XXXX and it is currently unknown how many copies are still in circulation. Attempting to order copies from the address provided on Evidence Log-XXXX-C has proven unsuccessful. It is currently unknown whether XXXXXX publishing is still active at this point.

Further investigation into XXXXXX publishing is currently being headed up by Agent BXXXXXX in connection to both SCP-XXXX and several anomalous books including the ALONZO Course.

Playhouse – That makes you play.

rating: 0+x

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:

SCP-XXXX requires no active monitoring due to its inert nature. It is currently stored within Site 19 in a secure storage room. It is recommended that all of SCP-XXXX’s openings are covered and all further research of SCP-XXXX may only be carried out by staff who have received authorisation from staff of Level 4 Clearance or above.

Direct contact with SCP-XXXX should only be undertaken by D-Class staff. Research or Security Staff who do come into direct physical contact with SCP-XXXX should be sent to medical bay 14 and kept in isolation for 48 hours for monitoring purposes. If symptoms do appear they should be administered amnesiacs then transferred to another project.


SCP-XXXX is a wooden playhouse; currently in a poor state of repair. Interaction with SCP-XXXX may have negative effects upon the subject’s mental health. This manifests itself as an extreme hallucinatory state. It is currently hypothesised that this is tied to the item’s physical nature. It is recommended that no staff above D-Class come directly into contact with SCP-XXXX to prevent further security breaches as found below:

Addendum: SCP-XXXX-A

The following are the initial report logs submitted for SCP-XXXX by Researcher ██████████

Addendum SCP-XXXX-B:

Routine evaluation of documentary evidence and testing has raised a number of issues. Testing logs appear to be falsified. Researcher ██████████, when questioned, is adamant that the report as initially filed is correct. He is unable to explain where the files and logs have disappeared. Re-evaluation of SCP-XXXX anomalous properties will need to be organised and a new research team assigned. -Dr. ███████.

Can – Viral Marketing Drink

rating: 0+x

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:

SCP-XXXX is contained within secure storage locker in Site 19. Due to its inert nature it requires no active monitoring. However procedure for handling biological hazards should be followed when SCP-XXXX is encountered in the field or in research based use. Standard protocol for the destruction of dangerous biological materials applies for any further samples of SCP-XXXX encountered.

SCP-XXXX-1 should be restrained in containment facility ██. SCP-XXXX-1 will refuse all forms of nourishment except for SCP-XXXX. Subject must be force fed once a day in accordance to dietary requirements and be connected to an electrolyte solution IV drip.

In the case of containment failure or new outbreak, all further subjects of interaction with SCP XXXX should be terminated and amnesiacs administered to witnesses.


SCP XXX may initially appear to be a standard 'classic' can of ██████ brand of carbonated beverage. On closer examination there are several significant differences from a standard can of ██████:

• The can's design while similar to the 'classic' design features a slightly altered colour palate. The 'classic' design has been out of production for over a decade.
• The ingredients list features a number of unknown chemicals. Chemical analysis of the object supports this.
• The can design will reference the beverage being a ‘limited edition’ and having a ‘Great new flavour’ or ‘New and approved taste’. The normal product will have undergone no such changes.
• The use by date on the can is substantially longer than found on the standard product.

When the contents of the can are ingested the subject will begin to remark upon the drink’s ‘Great taste’ and the ‘refreshment’ it provides. They may also emit loud sounds of satisfaction 'Ahhhhhh' or sighs of relief. From that point on the subject will refuse to drink any other beverage stating that nothing comes close to being as 'satisfying' or 'quenching thirst' like ██████. Where SCP-XXXX is unavailable this state will lead to dehydration without intervention from a third party.

If anyone other than the subject is present they will enthusiastically offer anyone they come into contact with a taste. In instances where this offer is refused subjects will become increasingly insistent, repeatedly demanding that they try the beverage. This will continue until the beverage is no longer available or they are unable to continue; either through loss of voice or absence of others to interact with. If the beverage is no longer available they will recommend that others try it regardless. Those who have ingested SCP-XXXX should be regarded as SCP-XXXX-X as subjects who have contact with SCP-XXXX-1 report mild feelings of thirst and discomfort after prolonged interaction.

Interview Log: SCP XXX-1

Interviewee: SCP XXXX-1

Interviewer: Junior Research Assistant ████████

Foreword: D Class D262718 was administered SCP XXXX at 19:42 on the ██/██/20██. This interview was conducted subsequently in stages over a period of hours.

<Begin log: [19:43██/██/20██] >

Interviewer : Good afternoon, I am Research Assistant ████████. I wish to ask you a number of questions in regards to your condition. Let's begin. How would you describe yourself feeling at the moment?

SCP-████-1: I'm feeling quite good today [ Subject clears throat ] Oh have you tried the new ███████?

Interviewer :Um… no I haven't… However this is not about me. So shall we return to the questions? How would you describe ███████ in relation to other drinks?

[ Interviewer gestures towards an empty can sitting on the table. SCP-XXXX-1 remains silent. The interviewer pauses for a moment, swallows, then clears his throat. He gestures again. ]

SCP-XXXX-1: Yes, oh boy, you remember vanilla ███████?

Interviewer: Yes, but would you say it was better than-

SCP-XXXX-1: Man vanilla ███████ was great. Sooooo good… Somedays I would come home, throw open the fridge door, grab a can and just knock it back… Best feeling ever. Do you ever feel like that Doc?

Interviewer : Again lets not move off subject. So would you say that vanilla ███████ is better than ███████?

SCP-XXXX-1: Well this is just as good! No actually doc I'm telling lies. This is just better. Honestly. I don't want to drink any thing else.

[ SCP-XXXX-1 clears his throat again. ]

SCP-XXXX-1: Its a little warm in here. I'm feeling a little parched. [ Picks up the can and takes a sip. ] … Ahhhhhh. That hits the spot.

[ SCP-XXXX-1 leans back in his chair and cracks his neck. Interviewer clears his thoat and loosens his tie. ]

SCP-XXXX-1: You look a bit warm… would you like a drink?

[ Interviewer shakes his head then pauses for a moment and begins to reach for the can. He pauses and lifts the glass of water beside him instead though his eyes remain on SCP-XXXX. Two security team members enter with another doctor. One removes the interviewer from the room while the other pushes SCP-XXXX-1 against the opposite wall and the Doctor attempts to apply a sedative to SCP-XXXX-1. ]

SCP-XXXX-1: Go on have a drink. Try it. Why not have a Drink? Seriously try this. HAVE A DRINK.

[ SCP-XXXX-1 begins to struggle becoming more and more agitated and shouting. ]HAVE A DRINNNNN-

[ At this point the security team manages to sedate SCP-XXXX-1.]
<Log ends>

Further attempts to interact with SCP-XXXX-1 by Junior Research Assistant ████████ has been met with SCP-XXXX-1's behaviour quickly deteriorating. A similar cycle of events occurred upon interaction with other members of the research team.

Addendum: Contact with the manufacturers of ██████ brand of carbonated beverage has yielded little to no information on the development of SCP- XXXX as they deny any knowledge of its production. Investigation of the company’s networks has yielded no contradictory evidence. Manufacturing and logistics trails have been followed and it is still unknown how SCP-XXXX manages to get into circulation.

Needs a lot of work

Pen – that reduces your language skills the more you write.

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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:

SCP-XXXX is currently contained within Site 19 in a secure storage box. Due to its inert nature no further steps for containment need to be undertaken. It is recommended that SCP-XXXX is not placed in the vicinity of any similar objects when being used for testing purposes to prevent further accidental containment breaches similar to [Data Redacted].

[ Note from Security Officer ██████: Due to the wide spread use of its non anomalous counter-parts along with the extended period before which SCP-XXXX’s affects become apparent it is recommended that all research staff take the time to be extra vigilant when handling SCP-XXXX. ] ██


SCP-XXXX is a standard mass produced XXX ballpoint pen. It contains black ink. The shell containing the ink tubing is clear plastic.

SCP-XXXX was recovered in a raid on ██/██/20██ by Foundation agents in ██████ among several other targeted items of interest. Due to SCP-XXXX’s lack of immediately discernable effects its identification as anomalous object was delayed. Only after Recovery Agent ████████’s admission to the medical facility, for stress related breakdown, did research staff become aware of SCP-XXXX’s properties.

Testing suggests that subjects who have extended interaction with SCP-XXXX will begin to exhibit aphasic like symptoms; over time their language functions will degrade despite no decrease in intelligence.

The following section needs to be expanded upon and tightened cuz it be shit.
Incident Log:

[ Note: Included is Agent ██████’s initial draft of a recovery log for the raid on ████████. Where the log has become unclear we have attempted to post corrections. ]

Recovery Log for SCP-YYYY-1:

At 11:45 Recovery Team MT-1 was dispatched to the site of a possible collection of anomalous objects. The site was identified by Investigation Agent ██████ over an extended period of observation as noted in Investigation Reports ████-a and ████-b. It was speculated from gathered intelligence that SCP-YYYY, the main target of the recovery team, was located in the basement of an abandoned science complex in ████████. The recovery team was to be split into two groups MT-1a and MT-1b. MT-1b were to remain outside the building to provide backup in case of any unexpected situations.

Team MT-1a was to exit [enter] first. The Agents including myself entered the building through the floor [door] located at the seed [side] of the complex. Upon entering into the main complex we lost [found] ourselves in a tall [large] atrium area with several drawers [doors] leading to other areas of the complicated [complex]. We also came over warm [under fire] from several unidentified fun [gun] men. Intelligence suggested [the] that facility [was] abandoned. Agent ██████████ went up over [down under] the capital [initial] gunfire. Found ourselves stapled [pinned] behind reception chair [desk] that [was] used as cover.

[ The data from this point becomes too garbled to follow easily. However from the cleanup of the site after the incident we assume that the unidentified assailants got away with several anomalous items including SCP-YYYY. When the clean up team arrived the facility was void of life except for Agent XXXXX. Extrapolating from this and the data in the report we can assume that SCP-YYYY was activated prior to the exit of the unknown hostiles. ]

some nice of candle. Then big push of nose. [some kind of candle/ fire/ light [?] Then a big/large push [?] of noise.]
Agent ███████


Agent ████████ was the only surviving member of the Recovery Team that entered the facility. SCP-XXXX was discovered in his possession however it was not included in the Clean-up Team’s reports of items removed from the facility. There is a level of ambiguity in exactly when the Agent came into contact with SCP-XXXX. For these reasons it is recommended that this file is restricted to those with Level 2 clearance and above.

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