Photo of SCP-XXXX lying down.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a 5m x 5m x 5m cell, and to be checked on once every two hours. If SCP-XXXX is to be found missing from its containment cell, please notify Dr. ███████ at the earliest convenience. SCP-XXXX is to be picked up and brought back to its cell for easy observation.

Description: SCP-XXXX is roughly one foot in size, and was found wandering in a pasture in █████, Kansas. SCP-XXXX was covered in what appeared to be dirt, mud, and grass stains. It has been cleaned since then, aside from small scratches that appear around the legs, hands, and face. The floral design and craftsmanship of the doll is too generic to pinpoint an origin. Upon further inspection, a small hole was found on SCP-XXXX's backside. It's assumed that SCP-XXXX had a string attached to make it speak. Any effort to remove SCP-XXXX's clothing to get a closer inspection of the hole has been unsuccessful, as well as any attempts to make it speak.

SCP-XXXX has been observed walking by itself much like a human would, and occasionally gesturing toward other test subjects. Often times SCP-XXXX will motion toward others as if it wanted to be picked up by raising both arms toward a test subject. Other times it will simply wave at them, or follow them around.

One important thing to note about SCP-XXXX is that its head is capable of rotating in a complete circle. However, it is unable to "look" up and down. Because SCP-XXXX can look in any direction, it has often times been seen running into objects in front of it while it is looking in another direction.

Subjects who have picked up SCP-XXXX have recorded feelings of "blissfulness". This may be used as a [REDACTED] for future test subjects during testing. While being held, SCP-XXXX returns to a doll-like state, where it remains motionless until put back down.

As of █/██/████, there have been 3 recorded incidents of female test subjects refusing to part with SCP-XXXX, and turning violent in an attempt to protect SCP-XXXX. It is unknown if this is a side-effect of SCP-XXXX.

More testing is required for SCP-XXXX.