Stack of Bones
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Stack of Bones SCP-1681

Obect Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-1681 is to be contained within a standard containment cell.
The door of the room can't be opened or closed from the inside of the room.
To open the door, a red button must be pressed in the monitoring room. When the button is pressed, a timer of forty-five (45) seconds will start. If you press the red button in front of the SCP-1681 contaiment chamber within the forty-five (45) seconds, the door will open. In order to get permission, one must alert dr. Webber that one is going to access SCP-1681's containment chamber.

Description:
SCP-1681 (Stack of Bones) is a small stack of old bones.
These bones harmless but if one is in the same room as the bones, then you will lose the sense balance and acceleration. Test subjects will also start to lose concept of reality after long exposure. The effect of exposure to the bones will give the same effects as exposure to plutonium. If one touches or takes the bone, all of these effects will be gone. In fact, the person picking up and carrying the bone will have:
-Improved stamina
-Immunity to disease
-No feeling of hunger
-Resistance to heat and cold

Negative side effect:
-Slight headache
-Sore and tired muscles
-Pain trough entire vascular system

When one or more bones of SCP-1681 are picked up, the bones remaining of SCP-1681 will connect and turn into a tall humanoid (SCP-1681-1). The humaniod has burned flesh wrapped around it. SCP-1681-1 is about 2.31 meters tall. SCP-1681-1 will 'stalk' the carrier of SCP-1681. This meaning that in direct line of sight, SCP-1681-1 will not move, But when the carrier of SCP-1681 loses direct line of sight, SCP-1681-1 will appear right behind the carrier of SCP-1681. SCP-1681-1 is harmless. So far, the only words that the humanoid spoke were: ''To you it's paranoia. To me it's a game. To [INAUDIBLE] gives it meaning'' Interview attempts have followed after this event, And upon inspection it means that in direct line of sight SCP-1681-1 can move, But that it would be an ''Unfair game''.
To this date, No incidents have occured with the entity.

Updated version:

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Stack of Bones SCP-1681

Obect Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-1681 is to be contained within a standard containment cell.
The door of the room can't be opened or closed from the inside of the room.
To open the door, a red button must be pressed in the monitoring room. When the button is pressed, a timer of forty-five (45) seconds will start. If you press the red button in front of the SCP-1681 contaiment chamber within the forty-five (45) seconds, the door will open. In order to get permission, one must alert dr. Webber that one is going to access SCP-1681's containment chamber.

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Description:
The picure above represents the bones still in it's owners body.

These bones don't do any pernament damage, but if one is in the same room as the bones, you will lose sense of balance and acceleration. Test subjects will also start to lose concept of reality after long exposure. The effect of exposure to the bones will give the same effects as exposure to plutonium. If one touches or takes the bone, all of these effects will be gone. In fact, the person picking up and carrying the bone will have:
-Improved stamina
-Immunity to disease
-Cures disease
-No feeling of hunger
-Resistance to heat and cold

Negative side effect:
-Slight headache
-Sore and tired muscles
-Pain trough entire vascular system

Addendum:

The most notable segments from the diaries of Jay .F and Douglas A. Weston from spectators perspective

1917: Jay F. Weston went to Kongo to get in touch with the locals and teach them about the rest of the world to make them part of modern society.
J.F. Weston Noticed the difference in the culture, And wrote everything he saw down.
1919: J.F. Weston returned to london. Devastated he described himself, As all his work was left in his cottage in Kongo.
1920: J.F. Weston has been diagnosed with a never seen before disease, He's been coughing up blood and suffers from multiple internal wounds. The internal wounds were caused by natural, but unknown causes.
1922: Douglas A. Weston goes on a journey to Kongo to recover the fathers journal
1923: Douglas A. Weston reaches the destination his father instructed. But however, the place where his father's journal was supposed to be, was just a burnt down wooden house. Douglas A. Weston found something more intresting, A cropse with symbols carved into it. The chest of the corpse was ripped open and contained a notebook hidden between some organs Douglas couldn't make out which functions they had. After staring at the corpse for a notble time, He decided to go outside. But it was night. Douglas arrived at daytime. He also described that he didn't feel like he was controlling his body, But spectating it.
1925: Douglas A. Weston arrived in London with notable loot, A book, And a corpse with bones that have 'healing power'.
1933: All 203 bones are used to heal disease in the 203 most importand hospital
1938: Douglas A. Weston lit himself on fire in a public place. He died of 4th degree burns the same day.
1946: After the world war, only 23 bones remain.

The SCP Foundations part in the unfinished journal

1996: The SCP Foundation succesfully collected 20 bones
2003: 2 more bones are acquired
2014: The last bone has been acquired

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The bones photographed in the SCP Foundation (2014)