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The first SCP-XXXX instance contained. Recovered in England in 1941 after misidentification as a German spy.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: Agents should be granted a large degree of autonomy in seeking out new SCP-XXXX instances and no record should be kept of their activity and methods. All population groups should be monitored however particular focus should be paid to itinerant individuals and groups, refugees and other undocumented populations.

SCP-XXXX instances can be identified by matching individuals with the SCP-XXXX behavioural profile and confirming through medical and genetic assessment. All instances are to be contained at Site-06-3 under standard humanoid containment protocols.

Gathering information related to SCP-XXXX-A should be made a top priority. For this purpose all SCP-XXXX instances should be interviewed using any and all techniques with a possibility of circumventing the amnestic block. All communication with and experimentation on SCP-XXXX is currently prohibited.

Description: SCP-XXXX are adult humans who originate from an unknown point or points in our future timeline. The earliest identified arrival point is 1941 and arrivals are projected to continue to occur into our own future. Upon arrival instances attempt to disguise themselves as non-anomalous humans and integrate into society. They display substantial knowledge of local languages, customs and appropriate technology levels however this information is often outdated and it is theorised that their method of travel is inaccurate with instances appearing 5-10 years after the expected date.

SCP-XXXX's stated purpose for their transportation is to escape a high level threat to humanity which is currently considered to constitute at minimum an XK Class Scenario. This threat has been designated SCP-XXXX-A. Instances are incapable of remembering specific details about this threat however all express certainty that the destruction of humanity was inevitable and that their transportation to our time was their only chance of escape.

Gathering further information about SCP-XXXX's place and time of origin has proven difficult as all instances have been extremely effectively amnesticised. The amnestics used are significantly more advanced than any currently known to the Foundation and have thus far proven completed resistant to all anti-amnestic techniques. Access to further information gained from SCP-XXXX instances is currently prohibited. Personnel of clearance level 3/XXXX or higher should view attached Interview Series 237 for further details.

SCP-XXXX instances are adept at evading containment and have displayed a high level of knowledge about the Foundation and its methods. They are typically non-hostile although most are antagonistic and unwilling to co-operate with the Foundation. However standard and enhanced interrogation techniques are effective for all information unaffected by amnestics.

SCP-XXXX can be identified through behavioural inconsistences related to their lack of familiarity with their time period and region. The longer they go before identification the more they assimilate and the harder they become to identify. Suspected SCP-XXXX instances can be distinguished from the general population by physiological and genetic abnormalities including fine surgical scarring along the cranium, the absence of the genes involved in most currently known genetic diseases and alterations to gamete production rendering them incapable of reproduction. See REDACTED for the full medical and genetic profile.

There are ███ instances of SCP-XXXX currently in Foundation custody and an unknown number currently uncontained.