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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a Humanoid Containment Cell, which should be stocked with pencils and paper daily. This Containment Cell must be lined with soundproofing foam from the inside, in order to not disturb surrounding SCP's and staff. Interviews may only be conducted by Level 3, and testing must be confirmed by Level 4 personnel or higher. A mental evaluation of SCP-XXXX is to take place once a month.

Description: SCP-XXXX appears to be a caucasian male from the neck down, and is about 2.5 meters tall. SCP-XXXX wears what appears to be a suit, though it has been confirmed that this is actually tissue from the subject itself. The head of SCP-XXXX is a solid sphere made entirely out of nickel. SCP-XXXX is a sentient being which reacts to situations despite having no eyes or ears, and is very cooperative with the staff. The words "With regards, Si-' are engraved on the back of SCP-XXXX's head, with the rest of the message scratched off.

About once a week, SCP-XXXX will clutch it's head as though it were experiencing a migraine. It will then emit a noise similar to ringing from a bell. The ringing will grow increasingly louder over time to the point where it can rupture eardrums. This will continue until the subject collapses.

SCP-XXXX came to the foundations attention after there were reports of loud ringing coming from an abandoned warehouse near the town of ████████, ID. It was first seen drawing what appeared to be a large eye on the floor of the ware house. The subject was apprehended by field agents in the area, and went cooperatively with the agents to site-██.

Around three weeks after it's containment, it was discovered that SCP-XXXX could communicate through writing. By giving the subject a pencil and paper, interviews could be conducted. It was later noted that SCP-XXXX was suffering from chronic depression, and a mental evaluation should take place once a month.

Addendum: Upon examination of SCP-XXXX's drawings, there seems to be the recurring theme of a cube with strange symbols surrounding it. When questioned about it, the subject said that it couldn't say, even if it wanted to.