Some SCPs

Item #: SCP xxxx
Object class: Safe
Special Containment procedure SCP xxxx must be kept on its track at all times in a 100x100x10meter room. The room must be monitored and also needs to have at least one (1) level 2 Security Officer guarding the room. Everyone must stay 1 meter away from SCP xxxx unless you are testing it.

Description
SCP xxxx is a wooden roller coaster that is a clone of the now defunct Greyhound at Six Flags New England (formerly river side park). It has the words "El Atrapamoscas" written on the front of it. SCP xxxx was found in Spain at the now defunct Parque de Espana. SCP xxxx was reported to the SCP foundation after the city finding reports of people dying on SCP xxxx. Traces of it can go back to the 1920’s with this being one of three roller coasters that operated at the park.

SCP xxxx has a very unique train classified as SCP xxxx-A which will suck the energy from people and will make people's organs slow down so much they will always sometimes die. If the ride is continued while there is a dead body, the body will go missing. If SCP xxxx-A were to ever be taken off the track, no one should ever get in it. If they do, they will be given a toxin which will either kill them or shut down most of their brain making them paralyzed or in other cases loose sight and hearing permanently. There is currently two SCP xxxx-A on the track and only should only be used for testing. If a body is placed that has not been killed due to organ failure then SCP xxxx-A would malfunction making its lap bar unable to be pulled all the way down and if this were to happen while SCP xxxx-A is on SCP xxxx then SCP xxxx will be unable to operate. This side effect will end when the body is taken off.

The company who has made the ride has been found to be Philadelphia Toboggan Company (PTC as most people refer to them as). A PTC executive has told the SCP foundation that the roller coaster was completely normal when they tested it and the problems had only occurred a year later. The former owners of the park’s grandchildren have told the SCP foundation that their grandparents were trying to hide the fact that people died on the roller coaster and was standing but not operating to keep the public safe. The roller coaster was to be demolished in 1925 but the park closed later due to financial issues with the park and the decreasing popularity.

Test # Description of test Result
Test 1 Class D were told to ride SCP xxxx After the first cycle, all of the Class D perished. Autopsy shows that class D participants died due to organ failure.
Test 2 Vehicles from SCP xxxx were replaced by trains made by premier rides (the trains currently on SCP xxxx was put on a switch track after one of the vehicle fell off and broke one of the three making only two SCP xxxx-A). Then Class D were told to ride the SCP xxxx for 2 cycles. Class D perished on first cycle however, the bodies didn’t disappear on the 2nd cycle.
Test 3 Different animals (cow, chicken, sheep, etc.) were Forced against their own will and strapped down put on for 2 cycles. All the animals died, however the chicken managed to survive.
Test 4 Class D were told to touch SCP xxxx. Class D became stuck on the wooden supports with their finger being stuck, then they were being attracted to SCP xxxx. Until their entire body was on SCP xxxx. People can not remove class D from roller coaster without harming them. Two class D's were saved with them being rushed to a doctor. The other class D were drained of their energy.
Test 5 SCP xxxx-A was transferred to another coaster track and Class D was told to sit in it Toxins came out and drastically hurt the brain. Mentally and physically. This also hurt the eye of some class D.