SCP-XXXX ("Angela")
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a concrete chamber with a base of 56.25 square meters and a height of 7.5 meters housed in Site-17. SCP-XXXX does not require sustenance, rest, or even oxygen in order to survive. There are to be two personnel with clearance Level 3 or higher monitoring SCP-XXXX’s cell at all times.

Temporary Level 3 (restricted) social privileges with approved personnel and Level 3 Site access, not including the D-Class quarters or any cell containing an SCP with a Euclid or Keter classification, will be granted to SCP-XXXX as compensation for cooperation during interviews and experiments, and not attempting to breach containment or the Site.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a humanoid entity, standing at approximately 2 meters in height and weighing approximately 59 kg. For all intents and purposes, SCP-XXXX resembles an average human woman of European origin, and appears to be ██ years of age. However, SCP-XXXX does possess a faint white aura and a pair of wings, resembling oversized versions of those of a common sparrow. SCP-XXXX’s wingspan is aproximately 1.25 meters wide, which does not appear to be wide enough a wingspan to properly support SCP-XXXX while in flight. SCP-XXXX claims to have come from above the clouds, but as of now, this has not been verified by the Foundation.

Addendum 1: Interview Log XXXX-01

Interviewed: SCP-XXXX

Interviewer: Dr. ████████

<Begin Log, ██/██/20██, 1300 hours>

Dr. ████████: Ah, SCP-XXXX. Please, take a seat.

SCP-XXXX: (Sitting down) Good afternoon, doctor.

Dr. ████████: The same.

SCP-XXXX: What is it you wanted to ask me?

Dr. ████████: Ah, right. Where exactly are you from?

SCP-XXXX: I keep telling you, I come from a world above the clouds. Why do you not believe me?

Dr. ████████: There just isn’t enough proof.

SCP-XXXX: Fair enough.

Dr. ████████: However, if you did come from above the clouds, as you claim, then how did you get down here?

[SCP-XXXX chuckles]

SCP-XXXX: Well, my own klutziness got me down here. I was practicing my flying when I turned incorrectly and I started falling. I tried to get back up, but it was no use. I fell straight through the clouds, and I landed in some desert. And, well, you know the rest.

Dr. ████████: Alright. Thank you for your cooperation. Also, I’ve been told to tell you that eventually, if you continue to cooperate with us during interviews and experiments, you may be granted time to roam the facility.

SCP-XXXX: Really? That’s great! And unusually kind.

Dr. ████████: Yes, it is. The Foundation has only ever granted access to a few other humanoids.

<End Log, ██/██/20██ 1330 hours>

Addendum 2: Recovery Log:
Residents of ██████, Arizona reported having seen a meteor falling from the sky on the night of ██/██/20██. Foundation personnel were alerted of SCP-XXXX when the ██████ News ran a story about the meteor falling, but the news crew found no meteorite, just SCP-XXXX. By the time the Foundation learned of SCP-XXXX, administration of amnesiacs was impossible due to the number of people having seen SCP-XXXX. A cover story of the whole thing just being an extravagant prank was devised and SCP-XXXX was recovered from the crater and taken into Foundation custody.