Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures:
'Due to SCP-XXXX's immobile nature, containment is on-site'
SCP-XXXX requires two agents to oversee perimeter integrity at all times in the guise of private security contractors. Students and other interested parties must be politely identified and denied access. Any anomalous activities should be noted and reported. In addition metal security fences must be placed no less than 3 meters from the exterior of the building to prevent access and social media monitored to prevent undue interest in the site. Access to the structures interior requires groups of no less than three agents for reasons of safety and no materials may be removed from the site without prior clearance.
Primary site of SCP Incident XXXX is a structure, comprised of two primary buildings joined together and separated by a building that would have acted as an entry-way and foyer. The building to the South East was primarily a meeting-hall standing about 3 meters tall and is relatively undamaged. The main sports hall to the West is much taller, with a ceiling about 6 meters high and was the primary site of the incident and was heavily damaged in both the initial incident and subsequent explorations. The anomaly is centred in the main sports hall around a large crater in the floor. Spherical areas clear of debris exist here in which gravity operates at non-terrestrial levels varying from 1.2G to -1.5G. These areas are not fixed and move about in a slow but erratic manner centred on the crater. These locations can prove to be a hazard if unprepared causing one of the first agents to investigate the area to break an arm and a leg after being slowly lifted 4 meters off the floor and rapidly dropped back down again without warning.
The presence of radioactive materials was not initially noted by the investigating team, as Geiger-counters in the area failed to register any signs of ionising radiation. However subsequent investigation found a number of samples of isotopes that under normal cirumstances would be considered a radiation hazard. Within proximity to SCP-XXXX these substances appeared to be inert. Further testing indicated that all radioactive materials within approximately 12 meters of SCP-XXXX (which appears to be centred on the crater in the main hall) ceased to emit detectable ionising radiation.
Due to these anomalies the site has been left undisturbed for further study and a wide array of notes and equipment litter the floor along with claw-like grooves carved into the walls in places.
Origins Both the structure containing SCP-XXXX and the anomaly its self were surprisingly well documented for an SCP. The structure was initially part of the University of ███████████ in ███████████ ██, a sports and leisure facility for the students to replace an existing facility. However in 20██ work on the project had stalled due to lack of funding. A group of students and faculty members from the university adopted the building in the █████ ██ 20██. The nature of their activities are unclear, however the Foundations interests were aroused when members of this group were identified as showing interest in events surrounding SCP-████. Further investigation linked them to the misappropriation of low-grade nuclear material, computer systems and testing apparatus. When an explosion was reported in the abandoned gymnasium with multiple casualties Foundation agents were dispatched and with the aid of local law enforcement were able to secure the site.
Addendum: Whilst SCP-XXXX presents a minor hazard to agents, it presents a rare opportunity for micro-gravity training, which would otherwise require extensive resources. It could also be used to house items that present a radioactive hazard until a more permanent solution can be found.
Agents stationed to guard the facility (Who for the majority of the time were stationed outside the radius of known effects) have reported unusual bleaching of the skin after prolonged exposure. Examination of rats that have been captured on site also indicate biological anomalies such as [Redacted] it is recommended that classification be upgraded to Euclid until a more thorough investigation of the site can be made and the range of secondary effects can be fully determined.