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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is currently kept… [TBC]

Description: SCP-XXXX is a machine outwardly resembling modern brain-imaging machines found commonly in medical centres specialising in neuroscience. The main body of the machine is branded with the logo of the ███████ corporation. Further research by the Foundation has so far resulted in no company being found to have ever been registered under this identifier.
Upon acquisition by Foundation personnel, technology utilised by SCP-XXXX was able to be dated to the year 201█.

Addendum: [TBD]


Notes: When exposed (how? info/cognitohazard? aura?) to this SCP - the affected individual will slowly revert to what initially seems to be a childlike state of mind (reversible?).

This is slowly revealed to not be the case over the course of a few accidental test logs or interviews conducted by the foundation. Instead, the SCP is actually initiating a slowly progressing 'swap' of the dominant hemisphere of the individual's brain, revealing an essential 'second' passive personality that has been trapped in the mind of the human subject this whole time. The catch being that the original 'dominant hemisphere' is now trapped in the exact same manner, at the mercy of their 'counterpart'.

The two ways I can see this playing out is it either being a long interview log where somebody the reader has gotten to know over the course of the article ends up affected by this SCP and the fear is generated by the knowledge of them being trapped inside their own head now.
OR, it could be a chilling testimony provided in an interview log, spoken by a person who was accidentally exposed to the skip, and the entrapment and helplessness while under the influence of this skip could provide the fear factor.

NOTE - This is a rough idea I thought of and typed up over the course of about 15 minutes. The syntax and grammar are awful and inconsistent, and the idea is incomplete - just want early opinions on if it's creepy/original enough to begin drafting a more complete article.