Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX cannot be contained at this time, but can be relocated. Due to this, Area-XXXX has been built in Supai, Arizona. Area-XXXX houses thirty (30) on-site researchers and twenty (20) off-site researchers. For their own safety, no personnel are to enter the area's landing pad (nicknamed 'Extraterrestrial Landing Pad-1' by on-site staff) with the exception of maintenance crew. However, once SCP-XXXX lands at Extraterrestrial Landing Pad-1, all personnel are allowed to enter should they desire too. Any testing with the specimens on-board SCP-XXXX must be approved by a personnel with a level four (4) or higher clearance level.

No security measures are to be put in place once SCP-XXXX lands at the facility. See Incident XXXX-17. If the on-site telescope locates SCP-XXXX above the vicinity, then the area goes on a Gamma-XXXX-Lockdown. During lockdown, all entrances to Area-XXXX is to be closed. Personnel outside of Area-XXXX have five (5) minutes to re-enter the facility before full-lockdown is achieved. On-site security are to enter Extraterrestrial Landing Pad-1's catwalk and keep watch.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an alien spacecraft designed to house extraterrestrial creatures. The ship, in it's current state, measures at approximately 48 meters in length, 22 meters in width,and 27 meters in height. On-board the ship features a dining area, lounge, cockpit, and 5 prison-like cells with the exception that the cells are remodeled to match the specimen's habitat. The windows overlooking the cell are fitted with an electric barrier.

The ship's main anomalous function is it's ability to pass through solid matter, should it desire too. Because of this, no known method available to the Foundation can successfully contain SCP-XXXX. However, during one of SCP-XXXX's visit, 05 Council Member ███████ ████ came to an agreement with SCP-XXXX-1 that it should land at Supai, Arizona with the exception that the Foundation does not imprison or harm SCP-XXXX-1 or any of the creatures aboard the ship and is allowed to leave Earth to gather new extraterrestrial specimens. SCP-XXXX lands every year for 6 hours before taking off to "show off new exhibits."

SCP-XXXX-1 is a tanned, Caucasian male which appears to be in his late 60s. He is 185 cm (6'1") tall and weighs at 75 kg (165 lbs). The subject wears a standard fedora, sunglasses, and uses a cane to walk. The only anomalous property of the subject is that it's clothing is apart of it's body. Because of this, removing any part of clothing is impossible. X-rays and thermal cameras prove that SCP-XXXX-1 is an average human being, with the exception of the aforementioned property.

Whenever SCP-XXXX lands at an area, SCP-XXXX-1 will exit the spacecraft via a ramp that opens and closes. The subject will remain still at the bottom of the ramp until ten (10) persons are within a 10 meter radius of SCP-XXXX-1. If the aforementioned is true, SCP-XXXX-1 will introduce itself as 'Mr. Julian T. Locklands' and announce the new specimens on-board. However, if the speech is recorded and played back, all verbal signs of communication will be silent. Background noises are reported to be heard during the recordings, and this was proven true when during one of SCP-XXXX-1's speeches, Dr. Dwightzen, played his guitar near the camera recording the speech. If the speech is recorded via paper or photographed, then the object in which the speech is on will eventually get lost or destroyed.

Document XXXX-1-A: Partial list of specimens recorded onboard SCP-XXXX after Incident XXXX-36-A

Notes: On-site researchers only have six (6) hours to study and record the specimens onboard.

SCP-XXXX-37: A humanoid male which is composed of metal. Subject is capable of movement. Cell was remodeled to resemble a wasteland.

SCP-XXXX-38: A reptilian creature approximately 0.5m (1.6ft) tall. Subject appeared to be sleeping at the time, so further studying of it was impossible. Cell was remodeled to resemble a desert.


SCP-XXXX-40: A floating, black cube with the words "" written on all sides. Subject was reported moving around in it's cell. Cell was painted all white.

SCP-XXXX-41: 30 frog-like creature that resembled a golden poisoned frog. Cell was remodeled to look like a city. All 30 were reported to be inside a building having a press conference.


<Data Corrupted>

SCP-XXXX-46: A piece of paper measuring at approximately 5m (16.4ft). A microphone was installed on the wall next to the cell. When a noun is spoken into the microphone, the message will appear on the paper and the noun will appear on the ground next to SCP-XXXX-44. Asking for larger items such as cities, airplanes, or entire solar systems will result in a smaller version of the object. This was the largest recorded specimen to appear on the ship

Notes: Although SCP-XXXX-44 can make any object appear, it cannot recreate SCPs.

Incident XXXX-36-A:

At precisely 4:17 MST, security footage aboard the ship showed SCP-XXXX-36 sobbing hysterically and banging the cell window. Ten (10) minutes after this event, the subject was reported to cause a massive power outage affecting both SCP-XXXX and Area-XXXX. Because of this, all electric barriers shut down and SCP-XXXX-36 was able to breach the cell. Once out of the ship, SCP-XXXX-36 broke into Area-XXXX and supposedly started fire, resulting in the loss of 80% of all staff and causing major damage to the area. Due to this, all documents of previous specimens studied aboard SCP-XXXX were destroyed.

During this time, MTF-Alpha-22 'Cosmic Dealers' was contacted and deployed onto the site. SCP-XXXX-36 was located 10 miles northeast of Area-XXXX running at a speed of approximately 78kph (48.5mph) heading towards the Supai Lodge Havasu. Subject was neutralized via napalm before reaching the location.

Due to the aforementioned event, a lockdown procedure (named Gamma-XXXX-Lockdown) has been put in place.

Although the ship's security measure has prevented multiple breaches in the past, we cannot remain sure that another breach will not happen. We already lost too much and the possibility is high that something like this will take place again.

- On-Site Director █████ █████████

Interview Log XXXX-1

After Incident-XXXX-36 occu

Interviewed: [The person, persons, or SCP being interviewed]

Interviewer: [Interviewer, can be blocked out using █]

Foreword: [Small passage describing the interview]

<Begin Log, [optional time info]>

Interviewer: [speech]

Person: [speech]

[Repeat as necessary]

<End Log, [optional time info]>

Closing Statement: [Small summary and passage on what transpired afterward]