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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is unable to be contained due to its nature. Foundation In-field agents are to search for and notify Research Site-119 about abnormalities related to SCP-XXXX. The affected area is to be isolated and all entrances leading into SCP-XXXX-1 are to be sealed. In case of Foundation Personnel involvement in an SCP-XXXX event, Procedure 731-Ghaul is to be executed.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an event that teleports life forms and objects to an unknown extradimensional plane via an anomalous version of a broken, falling elevator, designated as SCP-XXXX-1. It is unknown how the teleportation process works. SCP-XXXX has been observed occurring in multiple types of elevators and without consistent circumstances or time intervals, apart from the elevator being approximately higher than 25 meters above the ground. An instance of SCP-XXXX is identified by the numbers on the floor panel changing into illegible symbols. Safety measures preventing the elevator from falling invariably fail. The cause of this is currently unknown.

After the teleportation event, the subject will experience a never-ending fall while inside SCP-XXXX-1. Evidence indicates the presence of severe and continuous irregular temporal aspects and temporal dilatation within SCP-XXXX-1, which appears to expand subjects' lifespan, increase physical regeneration, and provide immunity over bodily needs. The subjects will still feel pain and experience negative psychological effects.

The subject will return from the dimension after a variable amount of time has passed for them. They will return to the same circumstances they were in before being teleported, and as a result, the subject will expire. The elevator will then lose its anomalous properties.

The first documented SCP-XXXX occurrence was on 25/07/2018 in Pernambuco, Brazil. SCP-XXXX-1 was located on the 14th floor when it started to fall, resulting in the death of a single caucasian male, identified as Lean Blaze. It would have been designated as a standard elevator failure if not due to the footage recorded in the corpse’s cellphone. In-field agents successfully recovered the evidence from the police and administered Class-B Amnestics to all involved in the case, while a cover story was created.

Addendum 1: Recovered cellphone data

The following are video and audio logs recovered from a cellphone belonging to Lean Blaze. The subject was a businessman and traveled to Brazil for work purposes. The logs are placed in the order in which they were recorded.

After the last entry, Lean returns to our original dimension and perishes in the accident.

The ending results of the incident opens the possibility that a subject will only return to our original dimension after they have achieved the state of death acceptance. More study is required.