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#Item: SCP-■■■

Object class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-■■■ is to be contained in a 8 x 4 meter room. SCP-■■■ is contained at Site-17, Unit 18. The usual camera-system is implemented for safety reasons. No one is allowed to stay in the clear vicinity of it for longer than five minute [Except testing].

SCP-■■■'s cage's floor has been scattered down with a thick layer of sand as SCP-■■■'s footsteps can be seen in it. Electric sensors have been installed so SCP-■■■'s footsteps in the sand could be seen by the guard decreasing the chances for it to escape unnoticed as in Test-■■■a.

The guarding person must ask SCP-■■■ [And SCP-■■■-1] to walk a full circle around its room if the guard detects no signs of movement for at least 30 minutes. If SCP-■■■ doesn't respond at all, the guarding person must report it to the facility's security agent and execute a full lockdown of the Unit.

The entering of SCP-■■■'s containment cell by anyone must be supervised by at least one [1] securiy member. Only Class-D or lower personnel are allowed into SCP-■■■'s cell and only for testing. Other than that, No one is allowed to enter its containment cell. If a person shows any signs of paleness or transparency, he must be quarantened until the effects wear off.

SCP-■■■-1 is a former D-Class [D-4790] who has been 'transformed' by SCP-■■■ .
SCP-■■■-1 is contained in one cell with SCP-■■■, mostly because we cannot distinguish them from each other and because we [The Facility's Security Department's Council] decided it would be safer this way.
[SCP-■■■-1 might serve as a 'friend' to SCP-■■■ to keep it sane, as SCP-■■■ is a humanic lifeform as well with a great chance, so they haven't been separated since the accident. ]

SCP-■■■ or as called by foundation personnell the 'The footsteps' is an invisible entity that can only come in contact with inanimate, non-organic objects. For humans SCP-■■■ is intangible, untouchable and invisible.
It can only be located by the footsteps it makes and the items it interacts with, making SCP-■■■ ludicrously hard to catch and/or  to contain. It's steps resemble footsteps by a pair of shoes. [ Description also applies to SCP-■■■-1 ]

SCP-■■■ is non lethal, but it should be supervised with caution.

This entity's anomalous effect was found out accidentaly in Test-#■■■-B [And Test-A attachment's logs]. If a person stays in the vicinity of SCP-■■■, he will start to fade. While fading out of our reality, the person will start to fade into SCP-■■■'s reality. As of right now, there seems to be no way to turn back this process.


Addendum-A consist of 2 (two) tests that has been done to find a way to communicate effectively with SCP-■■■. Because of the accident that happened in Test-#■■■-A Dr.C■■■■■■ was suspended from working on Euclid or Keter SCPs .They found out that SCP-■■■ has very dangerous properties for humans and it should never come in contact with people.


Date: 201■-04-■■, 6:15 PM
Test operator and supervisor: Dr.C■■■■■■
Subject: SCP-■■■
Test information: The test was done to understand the intelligence and communicative abilities and to test if its dangerous to humans. For the duration of the test, we put a table, two [2] chairs, a pen and a notebook into the containment chamber of the SCP.

Voice Log-#■■■-1:

Off-Recording log

6:18 PM: While D-4756 was opening the door, SCP-■■■ escaped containment unnoticed.
6:23 PM: Dr.C■■■■■■ noticed, that the D-Class was quite pale, but didn't note anything to it.
6:29 PM: Dr.C■■■■■■ reported the absence of SCP-■■■ from the testing cell to the Security Agent.
6:36 PM: Because not much was known about the behavior of SCP-■■■ they decided to call Special Re-Containment Forces and evacuate the Unit.
8:07 PM: The Special Units found SCP-■■■ walking around in the canteen pushing bottles and plates around.
9:09 PM: After several failed Re-Containment attempts, SCP-■■■ was successfully contained.

Test Report

— Because the subject escaped mid-testing Dr.C■■■■■■ couldn't draw a reasonable conclusion other than SCP-■■■ is capable of writing, reading and interacting with inanimate objects.
— SCP-■■■ escaped containment and it is true that it couldn't have been possible without human negligence, but the Foundation still agreed that SCP-■■■ needs better containment measures.



Date: 201■-04-■■
Test operator:Dr.C■■■■■■
Test supervisor:J.H■■■■■ security personnel
Subject: SCP-■■■
Test information: SCP-■■■ was given a typewriter to make communication easier. A pair of cameras [2] were installed for the duration of the test.

Voice Log-#■■■-2:


— SCP-■■■ seems to be quite friendly, but it's still very dangerous. It shall Never come in contact with any humans ever again.
— It seems like SCP-■■■ transmuted D-4790 and now the D-Class has officially became SCP-■■■-1.
— The test concluded that if you show any signs of fear near SCP-■■■ you will start to see these unknown entities emmited2 by the SCP. A new dangerous aspect of SCP-■■■ has been noted: If one fears SCP-■■■ he/she will become [only if those entities actually get him/her] SCP-■■■-n+1.