SCP-XXXX "The Butler"
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained within a standard humanoid containment chamber. The chamber's temperature is to be maintained at -58°C or lower. SCP-XXXX remains active under temperatures above -28°C or higher. However, temperatures below -50°C have been confirmed to effectively reduce the object's vitality. Observations must take place through a small window composed of fused quartz1.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a sentient Halloween decoration, resembling a 19th century butler. The object is approximately 1 m in height and 30 cm in diameter. SCP-XXXX's brand label reads "Morbid Assembly, Inc.". However, traces of the manufacturer are nonexistent.

Attempts to communicate with SCP-XXXX have been unsuccessful. When encountering a human subject, the object will attempt to make physical contact. If SCP-XXXX succeeds, it will prematurely age the subject, until he or she reaches supercentenarian age. At this point, their body composition will gradually transform into latex rubber. The reason this transformation occurs has not yet been ascertained.

Addendum-01: SCP-XXXX was secured at an undisclosed haunted house themed attraction in ████, ██, on 10/28/2009. The details of a police investigation initially brought the object to the Foundation’s attention. A report had been filed by the indoor amusement facility’s proprietor. Seven patrons attending an event at the attraction went missing; however, the visitors’ means of transpiration were still present in the parking lot. A subsequent police investigation led to the discovery of the nearly unrecognizable bodies of the missing patrons.

They had been aged prematurely and were entirely composed of latex rubber. The patrons' bodies were also arranged so that one might have mistakenly presumed them to be a prop for the attraction. Acquired security footage from the facility later revealed a clip of SCP-XXXX placing each missing patron in the positions that they were discovered in. The SCP Foundation became involved after this finding. Among the items taken from the attraction during the cover-up was a receipt from a [DATA EXPUNGED] retailer, printed on 10/7/2009.