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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is located in building 4 of the newly constructed Site 26 where it is to be monitored at all times by no less than three (3) armed security personnel subject to rotation. Each door in the building housing XXXX is to be marked daily by industrial spray paint, due to SCP-XXXX's structural anomalies1. Security clearance level 2 or higher is required to enter Site 26 and engage in experimentation with SCP-XXXX. Task Force Sigma-3A may be requested to engage in rescue missions should any researcher become entrapped in SCP-XXXX.

Revision: Due to Incident S3A-1, personnel D-Class personnel are now required for the exploration of SCP-XXXX due to the potential compromise of classified knowledge should S3A-1 be repeated. Furthermore, Security Clearance has been raised to L3, all L4s and higher are advised to avoid interaction with building 4 or SCP-XXXX due to the potential for intellectual loss. All personnel (researchers included) are to be equipped with standard issue explosive collars when working on Site 26. Every two (2) hours personnel are required to report status2 via radio/comm system. Should one fail to do so, the explosive collar of said individual will be detonated to preserve sensitive information of the Foundation.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a contemporary office doorway with the appearance of an average interior door and frame with dimensions 1.2 m x 2.3 m. The structure of building 4, where SCP-XXXX was first discovered, are comprised of an unknown metal alloy with a strength surpassing it's appearance. All attempts to mark or alter the external facade of SCP-XXXX have as of yet failed, thus alloying it to be identified by elimination. When any subject enters the room beyond SCP-XXXX (hereafter mentioned as SCP-XXXX-1) and seals the threshold, they will enter an erratic transitive state between SCP-XXXX-1 and a similar room, SCP-XXXX-2, which has been determined to exist in the same space as SCP-XXXX-1. This erratic transition renders exiting of the rooms nearly impossible. Subjects who come into contact with SCP-XXXX experience increasing subjective vertigo, and when exposure is prolonged, will lose consciousness in varying degrees of severity and time. Attempts to establish video feeds have resulted in immediate loss of transmission and wide-spread data-corruption on the devices involved. Audio communication, however, does not experience such interference.

Both rooms behind SCP-XXXX are devoid of light and thus exhibit no defining appearance of its contents. Exterior light sources are absorbed by the void behind SCP-XXXX. Both SCP-XXXX-1 and SCP-XXXX-2 become illuminated by unknown ambient light once the subject is confined. The appearances of SCP-XXXX-1 and SCP-XXXX-2 are dependent on the subjects involved, yet Dr. ██████'s experimentation has traced several consistencies.

Consistencies in descriptions through Experimentation include:

  • SCP-XXXX-1's door must be pulled to open.
  • SCP-XXXX-2's door must be pushed to open.
  • Successful escape of either room places the subject outside of SCP-XXXX's threshold.
  • A poster of a celebrity with the caption: "One at a time, please" located on the wall directly opposite of the door.

Addendum 1: Due to SCP-XXXX's ability to interact with the structure of building 4 and the metal involved, investigation of the substance and it's relation to SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties are pending.

Incident S3A-1: On 05/1█/200█ during Dr. ██████'s efforts to trace similarities between SCP XXXX-1 and SCP XXXX-2, SCP-XXXX exhibited new anomalous properties during an experiment involving junior researcher A. █████ . After twenty (20) minutes of exposure, A. █████ was believed to have lost consciousness. At approximately twenty-seven (27) minutes, the junior researcher entered a state of extreme hysteria, continuously screaming. Dr. ██████ immediately dispatched Task Force Sigma-3A to rescue the junior researcher. When the Agents opened SCP-XXXX, the audio feed for A. █████was lost. In addition to the failed recovery of A. █████, the agents of TFS-3A reported to be in separate rooms from each other, though their trackers indicated them remaining stationery behind SCP-XXXX's location. After three hours only two of the seven researchers in TFS-3A managed to escape SCP-XXXX. All other members were reported MIA and considered deceased.
Object Class and Containment Procedures have been updated. -O5-█