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The western side of SCP-XXXX.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Site-██ has been constructed around SCP-XXXX to mask its existence. Explorations are permitted under supervision of at least one Level 3 personnel. A wireless location tracker must be used to monitor the position of any personnel inside of SCP-XXXX-1. In the event that the tracker is removed without authorization from the project lead, the personnel is to be quickly located and detained.

To conserve space, it is necessary to periodically destroy a large portion of the population of SCP-XXXX-2. The most efficient method is to simply remove them from SCP-XXXX-1 until they dematerialize. For more information, see document ET-XXXX, “Ethical Humanoid Disposal Methods”. Entities found to have relations to the Foundation are not exempt from termination. Exceptions to this policy are under the discretion of the project lead.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a limestone archway located in the Leighfield forest in Rutland, England. Filling the entrance is a spatial anomaly linking the surrounding area to SCP-XXXX-1. This anomaly is only accessible through the eastern side of the archway.

SCP-XXXX-1 is a large, roughly rectangular expanse of grassland bordered by limestone walls. SCP-XXXX-1 is approximately 100 x 100 km in size. The height of the walls is unknown, as they seem to continue upwards indefinitely. Attempts to break through them have been unsuccessful. Various man-made structures have been found within SCP-XXXX-1.

Subjects do not age while inside of SCP-XXXX-1. The mechanism causing this effect has not yet been determined.

At a rate of roughly 2 per second, humanoid entities (SCP-XXXX-2) materialize at random locations within SCP-XXXX-1. They are unable to die while in SCP-XXXX-1, though they are able to sustain substantial physical damage. The entities usually seem to be between 50 and 90 years old, although instances appearing much younger or older have been observed, and the average age has increased drastically since observation began. They dematerialize within 24 hours of leaving SCP-XXXX-1, and they have all expressed a strong innate fear of doing so. Some entities have been seen to rematerialize after a year or more. Any sustained damage pre-dematerialization is seen to be reversed in these cases.

The population of SCP-XXXX-2 are self aware but do not communicate vocally or verbally to Foundation staff. Their only perceivable goal is to locate and eliminate one recurring instance of SCP-XXXX-2, a middle-aged caucasian male. This behavior continues until the targeted entity is removed from SCP-XXXX-1, either by its own will or by force. In the event that the targeted entity is damaged to the point that it is unable to move, it will be disposed of by the population of SCP-XXXX-2. The process repeats when the targeted entity rematerializes.

Abnormally, the targeted entity has been noted to react differently to Foundation personnel than to other instances of SCP-XXXX-2. It seems to recognize that we pose no immediate threat. Questioning has not revealed any information.

It is also of note that none of the instances of SCP-XXXX-2 are intelligent enough to have built the structures present in the area. In addition, their interaction with the structures is minimal. The targeted entity seems to take advantage of them to extend its "lives".

Initial Exploration:

D-391 was returned to the general D-Class population.

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