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SCP-2696 - Only A Game
Item #: SCP-2696
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: Research and living facilities have been built around SCP-2696, along with a full security perimeter. No access is to be given to non-Foundation entities. Video monitoring has been set up throughout SCP-2696 in order to monitor its activity.
Once per week, the exterior parking lot is to be cleared of any refuse which has manifested.
Description: SCP-2696 is an teaching facility located in Northern Ontario, Canada containing facilities for 525 students and faculty members with classrooms, a library, offices, and an ice hockey rink.1 It was constructed in 1905, as a boarding school for assimilating First Nations children. The building burned down in 1915, and was reconstructed in the same year as a private hospital and operated until 1946.
The interior of SCP-2696 resembles how it appeared when it was functioning, and the specific floor plan appears to irregularly alternate between the building's first and second construction.2 Furniture and objects within SCP-2696 are non-functional, with complex objects such as machines or desks being completely solid with no moving parts. Sound produced within SCP-2696 is muffled significantly, and subjects have reported the frequent metallic scents, smoke, and the general presence of dust and other particulates. There is no functional lighting within SCP-2696.
Subjects within SCP-2696 have noted seeing humanoid figures wearing garments typically found in the region during the early and mid-20th century, although all of these sightings are always brief. These apparitions, as well as any humanoid figure depicted in photographs within the building, appear to show physical symptoms of disease, such as visible pustules and blemished or darkened skin. These entities have been noted in apparitions, including the following:
- A classroom being filled with apparently violently ill soldiers seated at each desk, who produced bile and excrement and appeared to be in extreme agony before de-manifesting. All entities showed physical symptoms of influenza.
- Reflections in SCP-2696 mirrors showing the reflected subject significantly more thin and pale, with a remarked physical decline. Subjects have noted their reflections becoming animate to cough, vomit, and shiver.
- The appearance of an apparently infinite room containing apparently endless rows of cots with sick humanoid figures. Many appear to be in advanced stages of terminal illness.
- Higher than expected occurrences of influenza among SCP-2696 research staff.
Endless rows of cots with nurses attending to them.
SCP-2696 was purchased by the Foundation 1946 after a government investigation disclosed some of its properties. Additionally, an editorial written in a local newspaper further spread information about the phenomenon. All reports were suppressed by the Foundation and their authors were issued Class-C amnestics.
Addendum 2696-AAA: Containment has been fully enacted as of July 5th, 1976. The facilities have been deemed fully functional and research into documenting SCP-2696's anomaly has begun. Research Director Quayle has been assigned to lead the project.
- Containment Notice 2696-AA: Additional phenomenon has been documented in the area which formerly served as a parking lot for staff and visitors. Excrement, bile, empty glass bottles and human bloodstains have been found across the lot.
- Containment Notice 2696-AB: A budgetary request for new facilities to maintain and clean up refuse being produced by SCP-2696 has been submitted and is under review from the Logistics Department.
Addendum 2696-AAB: A mass grave containing the remains of 20 adults and 16 adolescent subjects, dating from 1918 and 1919. This corresponds to official records detailing deaths at the facility, with the cause of death for all subjects had been listed as 'disease' and indicating that the bodies had been cremated.
Assets have been set aside for the remains to be disinterred, identified, and reburied.
- Update 2696-AA: All remains have been buried in marked graves while genealogical research is done to identify any living family members and allow for a more precise identification of the remains.
Addendum 2696-AAC: Incident 2696-A - A possible burglary was noted by security personnel. A broken window has been identified as the most likely means of entry, and although no serious security breaches occurred, documentation relating to recent research had been disturbed. Further investigation into the incident is ongoing, as well a full audit of all research materials in SCP-2696
- Containment Notice 2696-AA: An uptick in occurrence of anomalous activity within SCP-2696 has been noted, possibly in connection with the break-in. Further surveillance measures have been recommended by security.
Addendum 2696-AAD: Incident 2696-B - On the morning of 09/19/1956, several intruders were discovered within SCP-2696. Identified as residents of Toronto, these individuals were parents and relatives of adolescents who had perished within SCP-2696. The materials confiscated from them indicated that they had been attempting to perform an exorcism as described by [REDACTED].
When interviewed, the subjects were distraught and agitated and did not provide useful information. Their homes were searched, with several documents being confiscated, all all of the subjects were issued with Class-C amnestics and placed under surveillance.
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