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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

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Description: SCP-XXXX are steel lunch boxes emblazoned with various designs that reflect the pop culture of the 1950's. SPC-XXXX have been found in an irregular pattern on the floor of the Indian Ocean within 200km off the shores of bordering countries lying at depths ranging from 4000 meters in the deep ocean to less than 1 meter near coastlines. It is unknown how or why SCP-XXXX appear in these locations or why their recovery rate has been so high despite being SCP-XXXX being dispersed across the largest ocean on Earth1.

Despite supposedly being constructed around 60 years ago and lying on the ocean floor for an unknown period of time, SCP-XXXX are generally noted to be in near-pristine condition when recovered. SCP-XXXX are numbered in permanent marker on the underside of the container. The number appears to match the order that SCP-XXXX were recovered through an unknown mechanism. Contained within SCP-XXXX are audio tapes, documents, and/or photos that also appear to be in good condition.

Object Recovered Recovery Date Recovery Location Notes
SCP-XXXX-1 27/12/2004 Inside a collapsed house 1.1 km inland in Banda Aceh, Aceh the day after a tsunami had devastated the city. Purchased by an undercover foundation agent during an auction. Lunch box contained a written document…
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