File No.2411743
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One frame of SCP-XXXX

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX should be stored on a hard drive encrypted in RSA and this kept in a padded box, sealed, dust free and out of reach of unauthorized persons. The box should be kept in a dry, isolated place without magnetic influences of other objects, with constant monitoring and a temperature among 35 º and 40 º C conditioned by climate control equipment.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a video file named "File No.2411743" weighing [DATE expunged]. Your audio has infra sound waves, causing the low frequency cause changes in the minds of those who watch it.

The human being who watch it enters into a paralyzed state keeping all the attention on the video for about 10 to 15 seconds, after, the person begins to self-mutilate unconsciously and if beating on any surface within your reach. The psychic affects of SCP-XXXX in the persons are traumatic for those who witnesses the scene.

Tests on mice showed that although a mouse does not understand the pictures, they enter a state of anger and agitation. This affect may be the result of audio frequency.

Programmers still do not understand why all video editors corrupts the file after edited and saved. In addition, the SCP-XXXX appears in distorted images when seen by photographic cameras and optical instruments.

The authorship of the subject is still unknown, and the research team does not believe that the SCP-XXXX may have been done by one person. But the video was found stored on server [DATE expunged] on █ █ / █ █ / █ █ █ █. He was posting by an anonymous user on a forum of the site █ █ █ █ █, where there was a contest of "who would make the scariest video".

The SCP-XXXX kills someone without leaving any suspicion or cause of death. It is very important that it remains restrained and out of reach of unauthorized or bad intentioned person. The server was inspected and no copy of the file was made, but we are not aware of the damage has done by the subject before being contained.