Item #: XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a standard cell, not larger than 3x3 meters. The cell is to have four (4) Scranton Reality Anchors arrayed equidistant from each of the walls of the cell. In the event of a site-wide power failure, emergency generators capable supplying the Anchors for fifteen (15) days will activate; manual deactivation must be authorized by Level-3 or higher security personnel.

Addendum: Following Incident XXXX-1331, after standard debrief from containment breach has been concluded, interviewer shall offer SCP-XXXX an opportunity to forget that incident. If this offer is taken, SCP-XXXX shall undergo Class A amnestic treatment. See Debrief XXXX-1331 for more details.

SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a medically induced coma at all times. Cell shall be 3x2 meters, flanked by two (2) Scranton Reality Anchors. In the event of a site-wide power failure, emergency generators capable of supplying the anchors for fifteen (15) days will activate; manual deactivation must be authorized by Level-3 or higher security personnel. Maintenance shall be conducted every six hours on: medical equipment sustaining coma; both Scranton Reality Anchors.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a humanoid female by the name of Melissa Sams, age 54. Physically, SCP-XXXX is an entirely non-anomalous member of Homo Sapiens. She was remanded into Foundation custody by Director B████ after her previously noted anomalous effects expanded beyond Director B████’s “acceptable limits” and became impossible to control without significant risk to civilians, especially her coworkers. Until entering Foundation custody, SCP-XXXX worked in Site ████ as a Level-00 Accountant.

SCP-XXXX is unconsciously capable of creating (or is followed by) Class 1 reality bending events taking the form of bent rules of probability allowing her to access to situations that she would otherwise not be in a position to encounter. Interviews with SCP-XXXX have been insufficient to confirm or deny staff theory that the warping events include some measure of protection from these events; SCP-XXXX has survived (and remained relatively unscathed by) many events that have claimed the lives of more experienced personnel, including: containment breaches, D-class riots, life-fire exercises, structural failures, radiation leaks, GOI assaults, food poisoning outbreaks, and catastrophic equipment failure.

Of note, SCP-XXXX underwent Class A amnestic treatment nearly two hundred (200) times during her employment as an accountant at Site ████. A researcher, Dr. ████, at that site was found to have been using her to further his research into the effects of repeated Class A amnestic application, and used the effect surround SCP-XXXX as an excuse to conduct trials upon her. Due to this repeated treatment, SCP-XXXX displays hazy recollection of the past ten (10) years of her life, and sometimes displays symptoms of late-stage dementia. Further, she has developed a near-total immunity to weaker amnestics, via a process that is currently undergoing further study.

Attached by request of 05 ██

Interviewed: SCP-XXXX

Representative ████████: 05 Representative Jeremy ████████

Foreword: 05 Representative Jeremy ████████ requested authorization to conduct standard debrief from Incident XXXX-1331

<Begin Log>

Representative ████████: Hello, SCP-XXXX. I’ll be conducting your debriefing today. I want to make sure I understand your side of the story. Please, can you tell me about what happened?

SCP-XXXX: I… I was in my room. I was hungry. I can’t remember exactly, but I think I dropped my breakfast on the ground, and the nice people that usually help with that never came by to drop of another.

Editor’s Note: SCP-XXXX’s mishap with breakfast was recorded twelve minutes prior to Incident XXXX-1331. Junior Researcher ███████ was sent for replacement food; though deceased, position of ███████’s remains indicated that he was beginning the return from the cafeteria.

Representative ████████: Do you often drop your food?

SCP-XXXX: I’m not sure, but I think it happens sometimes. More than never, but not every day. I’m sorry I can’t be more specific, it’s just… I’m so shaken right now.

Representative ████████: I-. Of course, shaken. Tell me about the incident. As detailed as you can, please.

SCP-XXXX: Oh dear. Okay. I… (SCP-XXXX tears up, wipes eyes, and takes a breath) I was hungry, so when the door to my room opened, I thought it was one of those nice boys bringing some food by. I went through the door, and… I must have gotten confused. It happens as you get older.

Representative ████████: Tell me what happened, please.

SCP-XXXX: Of course, I’m sorry. I left the room, and went looking for the cafeteria. Except, I must have gotten lost, because next thing I know, I’m standing in front of a door labelled, um…

Representative ████████: Labeled SCP-████, correct? How did you open the door?

SCP-XXXX: There was a keycard on the ground. It doesn’t make much sense, but I figured I must have dropped it. So I grabbed it and slid it through the reader. The door opened up, and… (pause, sniffles)

Representative ████████: I don’t believe I have the experience required to say I understand how difficult this must be for you, SCP-XXXX. But for however much that sentiment is worth, I understand how awful this is to handle. Please, continue.

SCP-XXXX: It came out of the room, knocked me down as it left. It didn’t stop as it killed the man in the labcoat, and it didn’t stop when it… (pause, continues in strained whisper) when it ripped him in half.

Representative ████████: What happened next?

SCP-XXXX: I hid. I cried, and I held myself, and I hid. I heard screams, but I couldn’t bring myself to go outside of the room it had been in. I just hid. I just hid. (sobs)

Representative ████████: You’re safe now, and I think I can help you with this. But before that, I want to say something. Melissa, you may not remember me, but I met you a long time ago, when you still worked for this Foundation as an accountant. I’ve seen your effects firsthand, possibly been caught in the tide that puts you in these situations. Listen to me now. I have read the incident reports from your file. This has happened before (SCP-XXXX sobs loudly once, then returns to silence), and it will happen again. Unless you stop letting it happen.

SCP-XXXX: What do you mean?

Representative ████████: You will find another door that is open. You will want something desperately and see an opportunity to get that thing. Your door will open, and you will find a keycard, and you will let loose another monster. Unless you break that cycle. When the door opens, don’t leave; close it. When the keycard is on the ground, don’t pick it up; kick it away. Remember that. If you remember nothing else about today, remember that.

<End Log>

Closing Statement: Following debrief, Representative Jeremy ████████ requested Class A amnestics be used to remove the memories of this incident from SCP-XXXX, provided she agreed to the treatment. Request authorized by Site Director ███████, and added to containment procedures.

Addendum: Following Incident XXXX-3118, Researcher ███████ forwarded this request to Site Director ███████.


This is getting out of control.

SCP-XXXX is a riddle that cannot be solved, and represents an almost-inconceivable drain on Foundation resources. Every single recorded incident - even the damn potpourri D-class uprising and the food poisoning incident last year - has resulted in at least one staff fatality, and an average of dozens of casualties.

I am therefore requesting a complete alteration to its containment protocol. Thus far, the reality distortion effect following SCP-XXXX has been effectively contained via the SRAs arrayed around its cell. In every incident since -1293, the containment breach has been instigated entirely by SCP-XXXX finding a way out of its cell and bringing the distortion away from the SRAs.

I propose that SCP-XXXX be put into a medically induced coma and placed in a smaller cell, such that two SRAs would be sufficient to maintain local reality and, therefore, containment on SCP-XXXX. This will hopefully solve two of the biggest problem this skip represents, namely: constant containment breaches, and cost associated with powering and maintaining two nonessential SRAs.


Researcher ███████

Addendum: in light of Researcher ███████'s proposal, I have authorized a change in containment procedures. I want it understood that this is not considered a perfect fix. I've seen the reports. SCP-XXXX's effects have been expanding and strengthening since containment. If you believe that dottard, Director B████, its been getting worse since even before containment was established. We know the effect has allowed SCP-XXXX to escape its cell even through the effects of the SRAs at least ███ times. It may not be causing these problems, but the field's effects certainly seem to be getting more… direct, in terms of releasing SCP-XXXX from containment. Solving this problem should be considered a top priority. This damn thing is still Euclid. - Director ███████