ChickenGoneBoom's SCP Sandbox

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a storage locker located in Site-65. Personnel are not to activate SCP-XXXX unless given permission by a senior researcher. During testing, SCP-XXXX is to be in a soundproof room, layered with acoustic foam. No sound recording is to be used when SCP-XXXX is playing and the record is to be played using the foundation's phonograph. All personnel should wear noise cancelling head gear while in proximity of SCP-XXXX during testing.

Description:
SCP-XXXX is a flat polyvinyl chloride disc (vinyl record). The audio from the record seems to compose of a violin playing a hymn, on its own. A low humming is audible along with some woodwind instruments following after the violin solos. Subjects who listen to the audio being played show visible signs of fatigue before falling unconscious. The subject will then proceed in a comatose state for about 6 months. When subjects awaken, they suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This effect seems to be permanent with the subject, even when there is no past experiences triggering the disorder. When subjects were interviewed, they described themselves in a different timeline, described similarly to the early 1900s. Subjects perceived themselves wearing a French military uniform of the First World War. The subjects describe a detailed account of the events from 1916 to 1918. Those affected by SCP-XXXX explain their perspective of the French soldier before and during the events of the First World War, stating being the soldier himself. All subjects, during their comatose state recall death, then awakening back to the medical ward. All subjects have the same recollection, but the day before their death is involuntarily disclosed by the subjects. Any identification and records of the French soldier has not been found or identified.
The polyvinyl chloride disc dates back from 1916 and was discovered underneath a house in Ypres, Belgium after locals were found in a comatose state nearby. Retrieval teams were sent and upon discovery, a phonograph was found playing the record with a decomposed female corpses holding a violin and surrounded by unidentifiable kneeling corpses in French uniforms. The corpses are all breathing, but are in unconscious.