Doctor Mitchells

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is currently stored at Site-45 in C-Block. It is contained in a fifteen by twelve by five meter chamber. The entry side (south) of the chamber is adorned with research equipment, including video and audio recording devices, a note-taking computer, and motion detectors. All research projects that could potentially damage the integrity of SCP-XXXX or disturb its anomalous activity require Level 3 clearance or higher.

The anomalous activity of SCP-XXXX takes place every six hours, the specific times being 02:17, 8:17, 14:17, and 20:17. During these times, or if the motion detectors reveal that an anomaly is in the process of occurring outside of the scheduled times, a research team should be immediately be sent to SCP-XXXX's chamber to monitor its behavior. If no anomalous activity occurs during the scheduled time, it is to be noted, and research procedures postponed until the next occurrence of SCP-XXXX's behavior.

If any part of SCP-XXXX is broken, its chamber is to be evacuated if reasonable and sealed until the status of the room can be determined safe, or protocol for recontainment can be established.

Research agents are to be cycled every four to six months, or sent to interact with SCP-999 to reduce the risk of clinical depression.

Description: SCP-XXXX Is a seven by six by three point five meeter chamber. There have been no established means to enter or penetrate SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX is portable, weighing approximately 50 tons. All orientation of SCP-XXXX is henceforth to be referred to with the assumption that the transparent wall is facing south. If the orientation of the chamber is to be permanently changed, this document will be adapted to reflect as such.

SCP-XXXX was discovered in undamaged condition amongst the rubble of an undocumented building discovered west of Little Saharah, UT. An initial investigation by field agents revealed its extreme resistance to outside damage, leading to its transport to Site-45.

After Abnormal Anomaly No. 1, several new details regarding the nature of SCP-XXXX have been revealed. Revisions to the original document have been made to incorporate these details.

Aside from the south external wall, all external walls, floor, and ceiling of SCP-XXXX appear to be constructed of 15 centimeters thick concrete. No method of analysis has been able to confirm the true composition of the walls. The southern wall of the chamber is transparent outside and appears reflective inside, suggesting that it is a one-way mirror.

The ground inside SCP-XXXX is loose soil of unknown composition. All walls and ceiling appear the same internally as externally, except for the west wall. On the west wall internally is a wooden door that is not present externally, referred to as SCP-XXXX-C. SCP-XXXX-C opens inwards, towards the southern wall. After Abnormal Anomaly No. 1, it was determined that behind SCP-XXXX-C is a second small chamber with a reinforced steel door opposite SCP-XXXX-C, bearing an unknown symbol. It is believed that the symbol belongs to an organization much like the SCP Foundation and that the anomalous behavior of SCP-XXXX is a result of their testing and/or containment procedures.

The non-anomalous objects within SCP-XXXX consist of a steel table and steel chair on the southern floor, and a shovel in the northern soil.

SCP-XXXX-A is an unidentified Caucasian male. His facial imaging has no match in any known database. When a cycle of SCP-XXXX's anomalous activity begins, SCP-XXXX-A enters the chamber through SCP-XXXX-C. Upon entering he sees a corpse sitting in the steel chair and sprawled over the steel table. The corpse, referred to as SCP-XXXX-B, is another instance of SCP-XXXX-A that has committed suicide using SCP-XXXX-D - an M9 9mm Beretta that does not run out of ammunition and has never been reloaded. Upon seeing SCP-XXXX-B, SCP-XXXX-A buries them in the loose soil, sits in the steel chair, and has a progressively worsening mental breakdown, resulting in SCP-XXXX-A committing suicide with SCP-XXXX-D, becoming SCP-XXXX-B, and setting the cycle to repeat six hours later.

SCP-XXXX does not respond to any outside stimulus, including light, sound, vibration, force, or gravity. The gravity of SCP-XXXX appears normal, but will always face the floor of the chamber, no matter the orientation of the chamber itself. One cycle of the anomalous behavior has been observed with the chamber upside down, with no change in behavior. No further research has been conducted with SCP-XXXX in this position.

Long-term exposure to SCP-XXXX does not appear anomalous in its effect on research agents. Psych evals conducted of researchers that have monitored SCP-XXXX over long periods reveal increased anxiety and depression, though this can be expected when observing suicide four times a day for months on end. Interacting with SCP-999 nullifies the depressive effects of observing SCP-XXXX.

Abnormal Anomaly Number 1

The following occurred on ██-██-201█ at 08:15

Motion detectors trip as SCP-XXXX-C is slammed open. SCP-XXXX-A falls backward through the door and crawls away from it, visibly distressed. Two unidentified, heavily armored agents enter through the door, slowly advancing towards SCP-XXXX-A. SCP-XXXX-A gets up and grabs SCP-XXXX-D before shooting Agent 1 in the chest. The impact of the bullet is absorbed by the vest and Agent 1 staggers back unharmed. Meanwhile, Agent 2 rushes SCP-XXXX-A and disarms him. Agent 2 proceeds to restrain SCP-XXXX-A, who struggles intensely. Agent 1 picks up SCP-XXXX-D and shoots SCP-XXXX-A in the right temple. Agent 1 buries the old SCP-XXXX-B and the new instance is placed in the proper position, along with SCP-XXXX-D. Agents 1 and 2 leave the chamber. Agent 1 looks towards the south wall as they leave.

By pausing the video recording when Agent 1 was looking at the mirror, Foundation researchers successfully isolated the reflection of their visor, determining that SCP-XXXX's south wall is reflective internally and the nature of what lies beyond SCP-XXXX-C.

SCP-XXXX resumed normal anomalous activity one week later at the same cycle time. No other activity occurred until that point.