Mirror, mirror

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Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX requires no particular security measures and may be stocked in any generic safe locker. However, by standards safety measures, SCP-XXXX-A and SCP-XXXX-B are to be kept in separate cardboard boxes inside the locker.
Description: SCP-XXXX was discovered in 19██ in the remains of a house destroyed by a landslide. It was located in a wooden chest, amidst shattered glass and remains of innocuous forged cryptozoologic items. The effect of SCP-XXXX was discovered much later, by chance, when █████ ████, age █, found it in his grandfather's attic. Both grandson and grandfather were administered class B amnesiacs in order to forget about the existence of SCP-XXXX. Their monitoring has ceased in 19██ as strictly no remembrance of SCP-XXXX or remarks about its disappearance was reported.

SCP-XXXX is a pair of 15*25 mirrors, SCP-XXXX-A and SCP-XXXX-B, seemingly unlinked but strictly identical, framed with blue plastic. When considered independently, they reflect their surroundings as would any regular mirror. Whenever the pair faces themselves, they will produce the common “infinite” reflection. However, any subject present between the two mirrors will be reflected with a slight twist on each layer of reflection. This twist is of highly unpredictable nature, and is different with every experiment, even for a same given subject.
Inanimate objects are affected by the modification of their reflections just as human beings and animals.

Dr. P████ has suggested the reflections were actually potentialities of different “versions” of any object placed between SCP-XXXX-A and SCP-XXXX-B. Dr. F█████ argued these were not merely “potentialities” but actual reflections from different instances of our universe. By unknown means, SCP-XXXX seems to be able to display random alternate realities of a given item.

SCP-XXXX has been classified as “Safe” considering its passive properties, it must be noted however that its use is discouraged and requires special permission, as the reflections displayed are unpredictable and may be as amusing as traumatically shocking to the subject.