Agent Fuse

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Security Containment Procedures: Activity within SCP-XXXX is to be monitored constantly, with interchanging shifts. No unauthorized personnel may enter the facility containing SCP-XXXX. Any potential escaped subject from SCP-XXXX is to be terminated immediately. None of the subjects found within SCP-XXXX are to be released. Any experiment involving entering SCP-XXXX is to be passed through the 05 Council for approval.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a collection of 56 prison-like, 6 ft by 8 ft cells inside a facility in █████, Norway. Records show that the facility was abandoned sometime in the late 20th century, with anyone associated with the building refusing any knowledge of the facility. Inside the cells, a large chair, similar in appearance to an electric chair, sits in the middle of the room, with several computers hooked up to it. 2-5 cameras monitor the chair at all times. All the technology in the facility is functional, despite the years of abandonment.

33 of the 56 cells are occupied by unconscious humans of varying age, race, and gender, each of them strapped to a chair, with the headpiece fixed over their heads. 24 out of the 33 are alive and in a severe state of malnourishment. Every subject in the facility matches facial records of known criminals in Europe, and the crimes range from theft to homicide. The computers wired to the chair show several pieces of footage, which shows that each subject in SCP-XXXX is shown to be living in a simulation, where they are in a pristine version of the facility containing SCP-XXXX. In each of the cells in the simulation, there are 1-3 humanoid beings, referred to as SCP-XXXX-1. Subjects inside SCP-XXXX believe the simulation to be real, and will often partake in various activities, the most common of which being the torture of instances of SCP-XXXX-1. The victims, however, do not show any pain or fear, rather they are happy and excited about anything the subject mentions. The most common reaction to this is frustration from the subject.