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Item: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: The property containing the former Camp L███████ and SCP-XXXX is to be purchased by a Foundation front company and an observation building, designated Temporary Site-137 is to be constructed directly adjacent to SCP-XXXX. A minimum of two armed personnel are to be stationed inside the observation building in addition to standard containment staff.

Investigations into the identities and anomalous properties of SCP-XXXX-1 and -2 instances, in addition to SCP-XXXX-3 are currently undergoing.

UPDATE-08/26/10: Following the events of 07/25/10, all Foundation personnel stationed at Site-137-T during observation events are to trained in the use of incendiary weapons and standard firearms. Under no circumstances are personnel to interfere with SCP-XXXX during anomalous events. The capture of the remaining SCP-XXXX-2 instance is to be labelled as a top regional priority. Upon capture, the instance is to be transferred to Site-73 for study and processing.

Description: SCP-XXXX is the collective designation for a series of anomalous phenomena surrounding a two-roomed cabin formerly used to house children at Camp L███████ in ████████, New Hampshire. The cabin has been mainly constructed of wood with a metal sign adhered to the front wall, labeling SCP-XXXX as "Cabin 20". The cabin is surrounded by various pieces of debris, most of which show signs of chemical burns and blunt force damage. The main room of the cabin contains several heavily damaged and bunk beds with severely degraded mattresses. Most of the clothing and many of the beds have suffered a form of corrosion. The secondary room of SCP-XXXX contains two heavily corroded beds, a damaged wooden chest, and the remains of a red alarm clock, tentatively designated SCP-XXXX-3. Inspection of SCP-XXXX-3 found that multiple pieces of it’s interior circuitry are inconsistent with standard retail alarm clocks. Inconsistencies include several broken displays, the filament of a lightbulb, and four small metal cubes of unknown composition and use. Physical contact with SCP-XXXX-3 produces second degree burns despite thermal readings showing the temperature as average.

The main anomalous properties of SCP-XXXX only manifest on the third Wednesday of any summer month. At approximately 6:15 PM, the interior of the cabin will be obscured by a white light. The light will then reveal multiple male humanoids, henceforth referred to as SCP-XXXX-1. Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 appear to be between the ages of 14 and 16, with appearances and apparel being consistent between events. Several of these instances have been identified as children who were reported missing in the region during the summer of 1994. During this phase of events, the doors of SCP-XXXX are unable to be opened and instances of SCP-XXXX-1 do not respond to attempted contact through windows. These instances do not speak of their manifestation, either being unaware of it or ignoring it, instead conversing about subjects typical of 14-16 year olds, including subjects relating to the camp. This will continue until the second phase of SCP-XXXX’s activation begins.

At 8:34 PM, a siren will sound from an unknown source within the camp. Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 will begin shoving beds in front of the door in apparent haste. Other instances will begin creating makeshift weapons from objects within the cabin. At 9:03, instances of SCP-XXXX-2 will begin appearing.

SCP-XXXX-2 are deformed humanoids covered in a viscous black substance. Instances appear to be severely decomposed, but show strength much higher than that of baseline humans. Attempts to locate the origin of SCP-XXXX-2 instances have proven inconclusive. Instances of SCP-XXXX-2 have the main goal of terminating instances of SCP-XXXX-1, but have been seen to attack any entities that interfere with this goal. The black substance, designated SCP-XXXXX-2A, covering SCP-XXXX-2 is highly corrosive and is used by the creatures to break into SCP-XXXX.

The end of an SCP-XXXX event will begin with the instances of SCP-XXXX-2 severely damaging the makeshift defenses created by SCP-XXXX-1. This will lead to fighting amongst the instances, with the SCP-XXXX-1 instances being outmatched. Once multiple SCP-XXXX-1 have been terminated, the remaining instances will retreat into the secondary room. Several SCP-XXXX-1 will begin barricading the entrance between the rooms, while another will begin searching for SCP-XXXX-3.

SCP-XXXX-3, which appears fully intact during SCP-XXXX events, appears as a red, wind-up alarm clock with several changes having been made to it's machinery, notably a fluorescent light bulb in the place of one of the bells, several multi colored wires emerging from within the clock, and a large display on the right side of the clock which reads “8/23/95”. Once the instance of SCP-XXXX-1 locates SCP-XXXX-3, it will proceed to lift the object above its head and smash it into the floor of SCP-XXXX. Upon contact, SCP-XXXX-3, a white light will once again obscure the interior of SCP-XXXX. The light will then slowly dissipate to reveal the interior of SCP-XXXX having been reset to its original state.

Addendum-XXXX-A: Testing Log:

Following Test-02, all testing with SCP-XXXX was temporarily suspended while internal investigations into the nature of Site-137-T’s demanifestation and SCP-XXXX phenomena were commenced. All findings from these investigations are currently classified to personnel of 4/XXXX or higher clearance. An abridged version of their findings can be found in Addendum-XXXX-B.

Addendum-XXXX-B: Inquiries into the wherabouts and identities of former participants at Camp L███████ have shown a notable amount of disappearances among ex-staff and participants, notably ones present during the final year of operation in 1994. Several former staff and one former camper were interviewed, however those interviews were withheld from this document due to a general lack of awareness on any possibly anomalous occurrences taking place at the camp.

Attempts were also made to recover a full list of camp participants during 1994, which ultimately led in the recovery of a partial list of participants, including several individuals notably resembling SCP-XXXX-1 instances. Relevant excerpts from the list are recorded below.

Date: 7/20/05

Iteration Differences: One of the instances of SCP-XXXX-1 retrieved a small lighter and a can of what was presumably bug repellent from the back room of SCP-XXXX. This was used by the instance as an effective weapon against SCP-XXXX-2, but also set multiple beds on fire as well. Use of incendiary weapons in the case of an SCP-XXXX containment breach is currently pending.

Date: 7/25/10

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