Dr. Himm

Item#: XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept at site-██ in its own specialized humanoid containment wing. SCP-XXXX is to have a minimum of two level-1 staff members serving as guards, whom are required to wear environmentally protective suits to cover all skin without risk of overheating and for identification purposes. SCP-XXXX is to wear a suit of similar design compared to its guards, but red in color. All personnel of level-two or above are to wear suits of similar design, but white, when interacting with the specimen. The specimen has specified bathing and grooming procedures, as listed below.

SCP-XXXX is required to remove its suit while bathing as long as two level-1 guards stay within the room to ensure that the specimen will not attempt escape. Bathing is required to be done on a daily basis.

SCP-XXXX is required to remove its suit when its hair is being cut, or its nails are being trimmed. Grooming of the fashion is to be performed by D-Class personnel wearing green suits of the same design as SCP-XXXX's. Cutting of the specimen's hair is to be done on a monthly basis. Cutting of specimen's nails is to be done on a weekly basis.

If the bare skin of a member of personnel comes into contact with SCP-XXXX's bare skin or hair, the member of personnel is to be terminated, and their body incinerated. While interaction with SCP-XXXX requires a suit to prevent the anomaly from taking affect, it is perfectly fine for an individual affected by the specimen's anomaly to be touch with bare skin.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a Caucasian female of Irish descent, born on 11/06/████. Its anomaly reportedly began occurring on 05/30/████, approximately 15 years after its birth. SCP-XXXX has been observed to have shown signs of depression since arrival at the Foundation.

SCP-XXXX is capable of causing rashes in humans that spread from the point of original skin on skin/hair on skin contact to the bloodstream in approximately 5-10 minutes, after which blood cells begin to enlarge and clump together, causing heart attacks in subjects. The Foundation is currently unsure of how SCP-XXXX causes these rashes.

Addendum SCP-XXXX: WIP