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Item #: SCP-TBD

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-TBD is to be kept in standard class-c housing modified class-c housing with extra shelving for books on site – 72. Staff members are to limit visits to two and a half hours to avoid any arguments. SCP-TBD is to be provided with one new book every 2 months to keep him compliant. Any testing of SCP-TBD’s anomalous abilities is to be carried out by MTF Xi – 8 “Cartographers”, due to prior incidents with less experienced staff (see Interview 2). SCP-TBD has asked to be referred to as Dave by staff. This request is to be fulfilled at the discretion of individual personnel members.

Description: SCP-TBD is a man of undetermined age who possess mannequin white skin and lacks any notable features, including eyes, a mouth, ears, hair, freckles, naval, etc. Instead, SCP-TBD seems to have (undetermined due to anomalous properties) minor concave or convex structures where prominent features such as eyes and a mouth1 would be located on his body. He speaks with a slight British accent, claiming his mother was from Norwich.

SCP-TBD seems to posses a minor anti-memetic attribute with many subjects who have interacted with SCP-TBD having found extreme difficulty in describing him beyond a man with a blank face, being unable to recall clothing, height, or any other features. SCP-TBD also has notable persuasive skills, but these have been deemed non-anomalous.

SCP-TBD seems to have an extensive knowledge of history including the relative whereabouts of several missing or previously missing objects including the previously lost RMS Titanic, the Irish crown jewels, and Atlantis. Testing has shown that SCP-TBD can reliably locate less significant lost objects such as socks or watches with extreme ease. The time required to find an object varies with the shortest being 30 seconds for a set of keys hidden by staff and the longest being 4 months for a P.O.I. known for the illegal distribution of anomalous objects. It is currently unknown how an object is deemed "significant", but it has been hypothesized to be based on SCP-TBD's interest in the object. This has proved to be problematic due to SCP-TBD's extreme enthusiasm in matters relating to history and mysteries. Testing for more significant lost objects is ongoing.

Addendum 1: SCP-TBD seems to not mind and actually enjoys when expressions are drawn on him and often (comically) acts out said expressions.

Addendum 2: From henceforth, all expeditions in search of lost objects are to be executed and overseen by MTF Xi - 8 to avoid loss of time and personnel.