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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be indefinitely closed to the public. The Anomalous Communication Scrambling Network (ACSN) is to be utilized in intercepting and deleting messages made by SCP-XXXX-1.

Description: SCP-XXXX designates the 3.4 km2 of forest within Oakwood State Park, Connecticut. SCP-XXXX exhibits multiple anomalous properties and phenomena, which began manifesting on 04/07/2013. The following is a list of currently observed anomalous features:

  • Approximately 75% of trees within SCP-XXXX exhibit wooden growths resembling Type B electrical outlets. These growths are functional, and emit between 100 and 127 volts of electricity.
  • The entirety of SCP-XXXX emits WiFi signals from no discernible source. The WiFi network is named "NatureIsCool" and has no password.
  • On certain evenings, music can be heard within SCP-XXXX with no discernible source. This music mostly consists of songs that are popular at the time, with a heavily amplified base.
  • Between the months of June and August, fireflies can be found within SCP-XXXX. Whenever music is played within SCP-XXXX, either by a human or through SCP-XXXX's previously stated property, these fireflies will form large clusters on tree branches and emit bioluminescence in a synchronized manner in time with the beat of the music.

SCP-XXXX-1 is the email account "moc.liamg|loocsierutan#moc.liamg|loocsierutan". Every month, SCP-XXXX-1 will send an email to every individual under the age of 25 within a 5km radius of SCP-XXXX. These messages detail multiple characteristics of SCP-XXXX, both anomalous and otherwise, and appear to be attempts to garner interest in SCP-XXXX within the recipient population. This behavior has continued even after SCP-XXXX was closed to the public and the ACSN was activated. It is thus presumed that the entity behind SCP-XXXX-1 is unaware of its containment procedures.