An instance of SCP-XXXX.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special containment procedures: SCP-XXXX and it's case is to be stored in a standard storage locker in a plastic bag. SCP-XXXX is to be checked for cracks and scratches after every test.

Description: SCP-XXXX is the CD version of The Rolling Stone's first album,. On SCP-XXXX's top, "PLAY BACKWARDS FOR A CRAZY TIME!" is written in blue marker.While not being played, SCP-XXXX posses no anomalous effects. Anomaly only takes place when the album plays both forwards and backwards, each playing taking on different anomaly.

SCP-XXXX-A describes what occurs to the brain when SCP-XXXX is played forward. Anyone within a distance of fifteen feet, despite how well they can hear SCP-XXXX's music, will begin to under go rapid decomposition in their brains. This process will be unnoticeable at first, but will become apparent when the subject experience side effects such as headaches, drowsiness, and exhaustion. The brain will continue to degrade until it is unable to function properly, and the body is declared brain dead. Upon the album's completion, the subject's brain will collapse in on itself, killing the subject. Attempts to prevent SCP-XXXX-A from occurring have been, up until this point, unsuccessful.

SCP-XXXX-B is an apparition that appears when SCP-XXXX is played backwards for a period of time exceeding seven minutes and six seconds. Upon reaching this point, large clouds of red smoke will emit from the disk tray for an approximate thirty seconds. A varying riff from an electric guitar will be heard, originating an unknown source. A few seconds later SCP-XXXX-B will hover out from the smoke, playing an electric guitar. The music played by SCP-XXXX-B is unique, and different every time it is summoned. SCP-XXXX-B is only visible to those who have listened to the album backwards for the required period of time.

SCP-XXXX-B is a humanoid figure who appears nearly identical to Brian Jones, partial founder of the British rock group of The Rolling Stones. SCP-XXXX-B's has small horns and a long tail, similar to most modern depictions of the devil or demons. SCP-XXXX-B's behavior varies greatly between summonings, but always attempts to get the listener to make a wish. SCP-XXXX-B will not disappear until a wish is made, and if the subject viewing SCP-XXXX-B refuses, SCP-XXXX-B will persist. SCP-XXXX-B typically floats in the subjects vision, causing psychological stress. Some subjects also report SCP-XXXX-B appearing their dreams after extended exposure, but it is unknown if this is caused by SCP-XXXX-B or is a natural side-product of long term exposure.

Upon making the wish, SCP-XXXX-B will produce a long contract and a large, feather pen. The language on the contract is unknown, and has been a challenge to decode. After the subject has signed their name, SCP-XXXX-B will disappear into the smoke, playing it's guitar. After SCP-XXXX-B has disappeared, the smoke will retract back into the CD player and SCP-XXXX will eject itself.

The wish granted to the subject will, in every documented case, come true. The subject will be granted their wish in whatever form they imagine. For example, if the subject wishes for a pizza, the pizza that arrives will be of the variety they were imagining. The wish will be granted through non-anomalous, reality based methods. To date, only two wishes have been made outside of foundation custody.

Recovery: SCP-XXXX was recovered from a home in Halifax, Nova Scotia, after a local newspaper reported that a family who had recently won the lottery had died from symptoms similar to SCP-XXXX-A. From what the we can gather, it is believed that the teenage daughter played SCP-XXXX backwards by mistake, causing SCP-XXXX-B to appear. The teenage daughter wished for something innocuous. The teenager then showed SCP-XXXX to another family member.

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SCP-XXXX, taken before anomalous activity.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object class: Safe (Thaumiel?)

Special Containment Procedures: The race track SCP-XXXX circles has been purchased by the foundation and is to be boarded up and secured. Due to SCP-XXXX's low threat level, a single security guard is to be stationed within the perimeter of SCP-XXXX, marching between points of highest visibility from the outside. A large tarp has been hung over the area where SCP-XXXX

Description: SCP-XXXX is a white 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo in excellent condition, formerly belonging to amateur race car driver Matthew Paynter. Roughly around the time of Panyter's death, his race car had been spotted driving around the Greene and Smith race track in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, where Paynter had frequented. Further investigation revealed Paynter, now designated SCP-XXXX-A, inside the vehicle, desperately trying to exit it. The foundation was notified when it made local news, and mass amounts of class A amnesiacs were dispersed. SCP-XXXX and SCP-XXXX-A travels

SCP-XXXX travels at a consistent speed of 402 miles an hour, despite the fact that the max speed of a Chevrolet Monte Carlo is 233 mph. SCP-XXXX has never been refueled, and is not expected to need it in the future.

SCP-XXXX is impervious to damaged, as is SCP-XXXX-B, the entire stretch of pavement making up the race

SCP-XXXX-A is still inside SCP-XXXX, and has stopped any attempt to escape. SCP-XXXX-A resides in a fetal position in the left rear passenger seat.