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Item #: SCP-761

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures:
No research is currently authorized for SCP-761. Unauthorized use is prohibited. The object is in storage at Dimensional
Containment Site-72.

SCP-761 is a 13-foot, circular, recreational trampoline made of steel, nylon and polypropylene, matching no model manufactured on a large scale but otherwise apparently ordinary in construction. The object was secured in 1994 in a suburb of Chicago, IL, after being linked to a number of cases of missing persons. Once the properties of SCP-761 were confirmed, most of these missing persons were located, in the form of entombed remains.

Any object impacting SCP-761's surface with a momentum exceeding roughly 250 kg*m/s will appear to simply vanish into the surface. Through extensive testing, it has been determined that the object will instantaneously reappear some fifteen meters away, retaining its momentum and direction of travel. As SCP-761 is a trampoline, this has resulted in a number of users being entombed and asphyxiating. Interestingly, the object transported by SCP-761 does not appear to displace any material upon relocation, suggesting matter replacement based on volume. The ultimate fate of the material replaced is unknown.
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>> Anonymous
where do you find these?
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Item #: SCP-173

Object class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Item SCP-173 is to be kept in a locked container at all times. When personnel must enter SCP-173's container, no fewer than 3 may enter at any time and the door is to be relocked behind them. At all times, two persons must maintain direct eye contact with SCP-173 until all personnel have vacated and relocked the container.

Description: Moved to Site19 1993. Origin is as of yet unknown. It is constructed from concrete and rebar with traces of Krylon brand spray paint. SCP-173 is animate and extremely hostile. The object cannot move while within a direct line of sight. Line of sight must not be broken at any time with SCP-173. Personnel assigned to enter container are instructed to alert one another before blinking. Object is reported to attack by snapping the neck at the base of the skull, or by strangulation. In the event of an attack, personnel are to observe Class 4 hazardous object containment procedures.

Personnel report sounds of scraping stone originating from within the container when no one is present inside. This is considered normal, and any change in this behaviour should be reported to the acting HMCL supervisor on duty.

The reddish brown substance on the floor is a combination of feces and blood. Origin of these materials is unknown. The enclosure must be cleaned on a bi-weekly basis.
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Item#: SCP-020

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Item SCP-020 is located in Non-Critical Storage Unit 5, where it remains under video observation. Personnel entering the room are advised not to touch SCP-020 or any apparition seen playing it.

Description: SCP-020 was discovered in the abandoned town of Promyshlennyi, Russia. SCP-020's appearance is always that of a stringed keyboard instrument, but every aspect of it besides that changes constantly. Its most frequent embodiment is a black grand piano, which it assumes approximately thirty percent (30%) of the time. Its variations seem unlimited in time period or decoration, and it has been observed as a spinet, an upright, a player piano, a clavichord, a harpsichord, a virginal, and many others. Research as to why or how the object's alterations occur has not produced any definite conclusions.

On occasion, vague human apparitions have been observed playing SCP-020. The apparitions' dress and choice of music almost always correspond to the instrument's ornateness and period of origin. The most notable appearance during the item's presence at Site 19 was late performer Glenn Gould, who was rehearsing two (2) Bach Inventions on SCP-020 for approximately seven (7) minutes during 1997.
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Item#: SCP-011

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Item SCP-011 and the area surrounding it are to be cleaned once every day. For safety purposes, cleaning should start at least thirty (30) minutes after sundown. Cleaning should always be performed by at least two (2) personnel, who are also advised to note anything unusual about the item or the debris cleaned up. In a situation where the item cannot be cleaned for more than two (2) days, local residents must be contacted and instructed not to approach the item.

[Containment procedures nullified 2004]

Description: SCP-011 is a Civil War memorial statue located in Woodstock, Vermont. The statue is the image of a young male soldier holding a musket at his side, and is carved out of granite quarried within the area. Occasionally, SCP-011 has been observed lifting its musket to the sky to fire at birds which attempt to land or defecate on it. Reports detail that its movements produce soft grinding sounds but do not cause it any structural failure. Oddly, the gunfire is very similar to that of a standard firearm, despite observations that the item only loads granite bullets and granite powder into the musket (which is also unharmed by the firing). In spite of its efforts, some fecal matter does manage to strike SCP-011, and it has reportedly become distressed when it has had a large amount of feces on it, on some rare occasions even firing at humans.

Addendum: Those assigned to maintain SCP-011 are to see document #011-1 for instructions.
>> Anonymous

Document #011-1: Maintenance Brief

[Document archived 2004 - accessible to personnel with security clearance 2/011 or higher]

Additional Information: SCP-011's seeming sentience has increased since the first report of activity in 1995. As of 2004, the item's containment procedures have been dropped but it remains under constant observation. Recorded below are landmark events in its activity.

3.12.1995 - Woodstock resident reports the statue's eyes moving, first sign of activity
9.30.1995 - Statue shoots musket for the first time
10.9.1995 - Statue begins shooting birds from the sky
1.25.1996 - Registration as SCP-011, containment procedures begin
4.14.1997 - SCP-011 observed moving casually and looking around
5.3.2000 - After caretaker ???? ???????? jokingly shouts "Good shot!" to SCP-011, the item replies "Thank you." in a reportedly very human voice, first speech from statue
10.22.2001 - SCP-011 has conversation with caretaker ????????? ?????
2001 - Shooting of birds stops
2.6.2002 - At the imploring of ????????? ?????, SCP-011 steps down from its pedestal
2003-2004 - SCP-011 reaches a human level of self-awareness
11.10.2004 - Containment procedures dropped, custody of SCP-011 transferred to ????????? ?????
5.17.2005 - ????????? ????? reports that SCP-011 is romantically attracted to her
8.29.2006 - Most recent psych test reports an IQ of 133
>> Anonymous
Item #: SCP-435

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:

See description.


SCP-435 is transient and can only be found if it is not actively being looked for. The item has not shown any hostility whatsoever towards subjects interacting with it. It was discovered during the construction of an office building on the outskirts of Lawrenceville, Georgia. SCP-435 currently resides inside the building, which has since been completed.

The item has been noted to function in stages. When encountered, SCP-435 stops the person who encountered it from moving. It then reads the person's most recent thought. Should the thought be toward the desire of an object, SCP-435 manifests as something resembling the desired object.

SCP-435 has never appeared twice to the same person nor taken the same form twice. It does not manifest as anything malevolent and it has not been reported to appear as large objects [1]. The item can not be found if it is being actively looked for; however, prior knowledge of it seemingly excludes an individual from finding it.
>> Anonymous
[Note 1: The largest recorded manifestation of the item to date, a tool chest, measured 6' x 3' x 1.5'. This, obviously, does not imply that SCP-435 couldn't appear as something larger.]


Those with Level 2 Security Clearance or higher should see Document #435-A.

Document #435-A: Item Oddities

The item has not been encountered in over two years. This could be due to it returning to its own plane, or due to general staff knowledge leading to them semi-consciously searching for it. Active testing of SCP-435 is impossible to carry out due to the nature of the encounter circumstances.

Selective list of manifestations to date:

* A chicken flavored ham sandwich
* One gallon of grape flavored orange sherbet
* A 9-year old girl (the subject was a D-class personnel who was, among other things, a convicted child molester)
* An 8-track tape of 2002's Nellyville by the artist Nelly
* The valet key for a 1962 Shelby Cobra (the car to which the key goes is yet to be found)
* A Christmas Bonus (a piece of paper with the words "Christmas Bonus" typed across it 972 times)
* A Swingline stapler that unloads carpentry nails
* An autographed picture of David Bowie
>> Anonymous
shits creepy
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Item #: SCP-086

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: Item SCP-086 is stored in a heavily soundproofed room, isolated from the rest of the facility by an airlock.

As there is some leakage from SCP-086, the surrounding area is also cordoned off. Object is currently safe, provided no unprotected personnel enter the containment zone, so handling instructions are only provided for the possibility of a security breach, or if needing to move SCP-086.

Unprotected personnel who enter the containment zone should be removed from the area as soon as possible. If they return, or show signs of being compromised by SCP-086, they must be terminated; warnings of these consequences must be displayed prominently around the containment zone.

Description: SCP-086 appears to be a regular tetrahedron approximately 25cm on each side. It constantly emits sounds described as whispering by survivors of its effects, though in no known language.

These sounds are capable of a wide range of effects on humans, including the creation of psychosis or a mindlessly obedient state. Experiments to replicate its abilities by matching the generated frequencies, however, have failed. All personnel who work with SCP-086 should, manpower permitting, be completely deaf. They are also required to equip provided ear defenders and an antisound generator. Before entering SCP-086's chamber, a supervisor should check that all agents are unable to hear sounds at approximately 140dB. The recommended method is to fire a blank behind them, and to watch for signs of surprise.

Agents entering the chamber should work in a group of five or more, and rehearse their actions in a separate, dummy chamber. Any deviation from this trial run in the real chamber is to be treated as a sign of falling under SCP-086's control, and if they do not heed signals to exit immediately, the agent should be terminated.
>> Anonymous

Additional Notes: Those with level 2 security clearance or above should also see document #86-1.

Document #86-1: SCP-086 additional data:

Anyone who has entered the containment zone should be watched very carefully; our data reports that most people are drawn in by
the whispers, and those that aren't may be already under the Object's control and carrying out its will.

The equipment provided to the grunts includes an explosive charge in the headset, set to trigger if they are the last one left alive in the room. SCP-086 almost overwhelmed the lone deaf agent who prevented its escape in the first place, so personnel cannot be trusted if left alone with it. Object is capable of adapting its whispers to act through bodily vibrations, and can generate far stronger effects on a single target.

The explosive charge will destroy the brain and hearing system when triggered. No other form of termination will ensure SCP-086 cannot control what is left behind.
>> Anonymous
heres one i found with the joke SCP
Item #: SCP-555
Object Class:Safe/Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-555 is to be kept in a containment cell no less than 5x5 meters. Included in the room would be a tv, a sofa, and a low cofee table.
SCP-555 is to be fad daily at 8:00, 12:00 and 18:00, subject can requests snacks to be brought into the cell at anytime.
Subject is to be given any thing it wants unless it goes against SCP Protocol…
No mirrors are allowed within a 100 meter radius of the containment cell…
Also included in the cell is the ornate wooden box SCP-555 was found in..
The box will hereby be referred to as SCP-555-B.

Description: SCP-555 is a small sentient doll about 2feet in height…
Subject is dressed in what appears to be green Victorian age clothing…
Oneof the most noteworthy features of the subject is its hetero chromatic eyes,


Please inform technical staff…
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Item #: SCP-127

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-127 is considered no more dangerous than a normal firearm of its type. However, due to its extraordinary properties, it is to be held in Weapons Locker 7-C when not in use and suspended in water rich in calcium and protein. At this time, only the research team assigned to SCP-127 has clearance to access it.

Description: SCP-127, upon first glance, appears to be a standard MP5k submachine gun style firearm. Tests have revealed that aside from the outer steel shell, the entirety of the firearm is organic and alive. The weapon's ammunition initially appeared to be human-like teeth; DNA testing of the "bullets" results in no known match in any species known on Earth.

The weapon features two settings; semi-automatic, and full automatic (an audible groan can be heard when switching between the two). Upon depleting the weapon's "magazine" (typically 60 shots), it takes between 3-5 days to regrow a new supply of ammunition. Attempting to remove the current magazine results in failure; it seems to be permanently attached to the weapon.

The weapon does not seem capable of reproduction at this time (scans showed no apparent reproductive organs) and requires no sustenance beyond water, calcium, and protein.

Item 127 was originally located in the house of a Mr. James ?????????????. Mr. ????????????? was found dead, of a heart attack, on the night of November 17, 1991. Coroner's reports state that Mr. ????????????? died sometime in the morning of November 8th, but was not noticed missing until a week later. No complications of unusual circumstances were found to lead to his death. Due to his extensive gun collection, the ATF and FBI were notified to collect his weapons. SCP-127 was discovered during testing and cataloging, and was promptly collected by SCP Agents.
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Item #: SCP-919

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:
919 is kept in a sound-proof room at all times, unless it requests otherwise. He is to be provided with any and all musical instruments, everyday commodities and assistants he requires.

Item 919 appears to be an exceptionally attractive human male between 40 and 50 years of age. His native language is evidently music. 919 is apparently able to compose songs which will reach number one at will. The item is contained mainly for research but also for relaxation and entertainment purposes, seeing how its music clearly has a positive effect on the listeners and 919 himself often wants to play for a live audience.
>> Anonymous

Have fun guys. Most suck though :/
>> Anonymous
well if they suck for you, why not edit them to "improve" them..
>> Anonymous
Could some kind /x/phile provide images for some of these articles?
>> Anonymous
well ive done some of the images there..

but some of the items seem too weird to photochop well..

most need models or something.
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I have a couple images I was wondering if someone could build an scp out of. pic related.
>> !oTR3FXiLNE
haha, awesome
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samefag here, pic also related.
>> Anonymous
any moar??

the random junk looking stuff looks doable.
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another one.
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>> Anonymous
this is all a bunch of bullshit
>> Anonymous
NO SHIT? How did you come to that deduction, Einstein?
>> Anonymous

lol no.

well maybe a weeaboo related one..

scp-xxx the 2d succubus

effects: makes men masturbate furiously..

last seen circulating in the internet most often on 4chan /a/
>> Anonymous
holy shit i witnessed 919 in its fucking habitat playing music, mindblowing shit!