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SCP-XXXX in its holding cell. .

Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-XXXX should be stored in a room with a single door. Security guards should be positioned outside the door, to prevent unauthorized access. No one is to be allowed into SCP-XXXX's containment chamber at 6:45 PM, due to the nature of SCP-XXXX.

The door can be opened and closed for personnel to leave and enter the cell. If the time reaches 6:45 PM, follow the recontainment plan outlined below. This plan should also be executed if SCP-XXXX is outside of its containment chamber at 6:45 PM.

Recontainment Plan:

  1. Close as many doors as possible.
  2. Keep all living entities and anomalous objects confined into closed rooms.
  3. Wait until the time reaches 6:46 PM.
  4. Send personnel out to replace SCP-XXXX into its containment cell.

Desciption:

SCP-XXXX is an analog wooden alarm clock, shown above. SCP-XXXX shows no anomalous properties unless the time is 6:45 PM, and exactly 6:45 PM.

When the time is 6:45 PM, SCP-XXXX will emit a loud beeping sound. This sound, referred to as SCP-XXXX-S, will only be audible to human and animal ears, as well as incite reactions in all anomalous objects (See Test Log XXXX-1). SCP-XXXX-S cannot be recorded, and all attempts to do so have failed.

SCP-XXXX-S will only be heard through open spaces. If SCP-XXXX creates the sound in a closed room, only the affectable inside of the room will have a reaction. If the door is open, then SCP-XXXX-S will travel through the door, and will do so until it reaches an outdoor boundary. No current interpretation of science or mathematics can explain why SCP-XXXX-S can not be heard outdoors.

The sound lasts 4035 milliseconds, and full exposure to all 4035 milliseconds is required for anomalous effects.

Only living and/or anomalous entities are effected by the sound. The anomaly caused by the second seems to be different for each entity. See Test Log XXXX-1.

Discovery:
SCP-XXXX was discovered on January ██, 19██,in a resident's home in ████████, New Jersey.
The resident seemed to have abandoned the house. The motive was not known until further investigation on SCP-XXXX began.

Test Log XXXX-1:

Personnel: Dr. Mark ████████
Object: A non-anomalous alarm clock
Effect: None. The alarm clock functioned as it did before.

That was underwhelming. - Dr. Mark

Personnel: Dr. Emily █████
Object: D-██████
Effect: Subject went mentally insane, complained that "the clock gods aren't punishing enough." Subject terminated.

What are "clock gods"? - Dr. Emily

Personnel: Dr. Jason ██
Object: SCP-333
Effect: Room enlarged. A "human" orchestra materialized inside of the room and began to play SCP-333. Effects of SCP-333 manifested. Orchestra stopped at 6:46 PM. All anomalous effects reverted.

The orchestra seemed to be made out of…. air? - Dr. Jason

Personnel: Dr. Amanda ████
Object: Dr. Amanda ████
Effect: Doctor transformed into bathtub. Attempts to revert transformation have failed.

*glug* - Dr. Amanda

Personnel: Dr. Greg ███████
Object: SCP-343
Effect: Seemingly nothing. SCP-343 laughed.

Maybe he is God? - Dr. Greg