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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Any access to SCP-XXXX must be approved by staff with level 2 security clearance or higher. Any and all testing must be strictly recorded by third-party personnel. All encounters with SCP-XXXX must be documented so as to keep track of the designations of SCP-XXXX-1 and SCP-XXXX-2. Any attempts to utilize SCP-XXXX for unauthorized purposes are to be reported to site management for safety reasons. SCP-XXXX is to be stored in its accompanying Ray-Ban sunglasses case in a standard containment locker.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a pair of gold-colored Ray-Ban Aviator Classic sunglasses made between the date of the design in 1937 and the late 20th century. It lacks any features that would be considered abnormal to the design. The lenses are of the G-15 style and are made out of the standard glass type used by the manufacturer, while the rims are composed of manufacturer-standard metal wire plated with brass. The frame measures approximately 4.96 inches wide and the temples measure approximately 5.1 inches long. The sunglasses were acquired along with a case of the same brand and manufacturer. The case, designated SCP-XXXX-0, has not (to date) displayed any anomalous properties and is to be used for storing the object.

SCP-XXXX’s anomalous properties are observed when a human subject, henceforth temporarily designated SCP-XXXX-1, wears the object. In every documented case, approximately twenty-one to twenty-five seconds will pass before the subject feels an intense pain near the back of the cerebrum. SCP-XXXX-1’s eyesight will then fail instantly, achieving levels that would be classified as clinical blindness. At this point, removal of the sunglasses will not reverse the effect.

If SCP-XXXX is removed from SCP-XXXX-1 and is then worn by another subject, hereby temporarily designated SCP-XXXX-2, the latter will experience, after an interval of twenty-one to twenty-five seconds, extreme nausea followed by what is described as a “visual shift”, wherein SCP-XXXX-2’s eyesight is completely replaced by the visual information that would normally be sent by SCP-XXXX-1’s eyes through the optic nerve, essentially forcing SCP-XXXX-2 to see through SCP-XXXX-1’s eyes. Disorientation and confusion usually follows as visual cues can no longer be counted upon for SCP-XXXX-2’s balance and coordination.

The “visual shift” which consists of SCP-XXXX-1’s vision loss and SCP-XXXX-2’s vision replacement lasts for as long as SCP-XXXX-2 wears the object. Upon removal of the object from SCP-XXXX-2’s face, all effects are essentially reset, as SCP-XXXX-1’s vision is instantly restored and SCP-XXXX-2 begins to receive visual information from their eyes as normal. At this point, both subjects are cleared of designation and SCP-XXXX can be restored to containment with no further consequence. No long-term physical effects have been observed after contact with SCP-XXXX.

See Addendum 01 for further notes.

Acquisition: SCP-XXXX was acquired in the municipality of ███████ through a business transaction between a pawnbroker and an undercover Foundation agent who was sent to investigate a series of unusual incidents pertaining to a family of antiques dealers. The late father of the family was reported to have suffered from a sudden and inexplicable onset of blindness, and his only son was suddenly and coincidentally struck blind shortly after his father’s death. The son was not reported to have any health, genetic, or environmental problems that could have caused the affliction. No longer able to continue the family business, a small number of antiquities were sold to the pawnbroker, and Agent █████ was sent on a low-priority task to acquire the belongings for study. The items were successfully acquired, and all transaction records were covertly deleted, with no other procedures taken.

Revised Special Containment Procedures: Following Incident XXXX-A, SCP-XXXX is now to be stored in an electronically locked steel box with a padded interior. High-resolution cameras are to be installed in all four corners of the containment cell's ceiling. Additional testing will be required to study possible memetic effects of SCP-XXXX. Any attempt to covertly use SCP-XXXX as a psychological weapon or as a form of on-site espionage or sabotage will result in reassignment of personnel.