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Item#: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a standard humanoid containment cell at Site-57, located in [REDACTED], Spain.
SCP-XXXX is currently allowed Class 1 (full/non-restricted) free-roaming and socialization privileges due to its continued good behavior and cooperation with Foundation personnel. Per Class 1 protocols, SCP-XXXX is not authorized to access to non-approved areas of Site-57 and must be accompanied by approved personnel every time it exits its private quarters. Approved personnel may interact with SCP-XXXX under protocol guidelines, and may refer to SCP-XXXX by its real name. SCP-XXXX is authorized to interact with approved Safe and Euclid humanoids, and these interactions must be supervised by available personnel.
A tracking device has been attached to SCP-XXXX's person and it must not be removed.
SCP-XXXX's containment chamber contains a computer with an Internet connection (via a proxy which strictly limits what information can be uploaded, and to where).

Description: SCP-XXXX (known as Ariel Malumbres Ferreira1prior to containment) is a 1,67 meters tall Caucasian female with green eyes and long red hair, aged 26 at the time of recovery, who speaks with a strong Galician accent. The subject is fluent in Spanish, English, French, and Galician.
Subject is a Type III reality bender with full control of its powers. Despite the potential use the subject could apply to its powers, subject rarely uses them, and when it does so is always when the subject sees a person who is under a distressful situation, and it feels the "moral" compulsion to help them.
Subject has a deep interest in mythology, philosophy, and spirituality, and declares itself a fierce follower of druidism.

Addendum-XXXX-1: Recovery: SCP-XXXX came to the Foundation voluntarily in ██/██/2019 after being chased by the Global Occult Coalition.

Addendum-XXXX-2: Interview XXXX-A:
Interviewed: SCP-XXXX

Interviewer: Dr. Mercedes Posada

Foreword: This interview was done 3 days after the subject's recovery in [REDACTED], Spain.

<Begin Log>

SCP-XXXX: Hello.

Dr. Posada: Hello, Ariel. I have some questions for you, didn't mind to answer them now?

SCP-XXXX: This is a free country. Proceed.

Dr. Posada: Well. Why don't we start with your incident with the Global Occult Coalition? How they knew about your existence and how they tracked you?

SCP-XXXX: The Global Occult Coalition? What-Oh! You mean the guys that tried to kill me? Yeah…those sons of bitches…

Subject remains silent, visibly uncomfortable

Dr. Posada: We can stop the interview if you are distressed. We can continue it when you feel better.

SCP-XXXX: No, no…It is not necessary. Is just…it all came back at once. What did you ask me?

Dr. Posada: The Global Occult Coalition. How they knew about you and how they tracked you.

SCP-XXXX: Right. (sighs) At first, I didn't know, but then I realized…it wasn't so difficult to know. I mean…everywhere I was there often was a strange happening: dead pets that came back to life, families in risk of being evicted getting all their debts paid with money that came out of nowhere, homeless people obtaining homes and jobs, sterile couples having biological children…even people in near-death situations with few or no chances to survive getting healed miraculously. And I was always there.

Dr. Posada: Quite an impressive list.

SCP-XXXX: Oh, that's only the tip of the iceberg. Back to the point, my pursuers only had to interview the witnesses. Someone must have said my name and they investigated on the web. Like many people, I had the bright idea of put all my personal information-even my location-in all my social media. Damn social media. (smiles) They're brainwashing our society.

Dr. Posada: (chuckles) I couldn't agree more with you. Could you tell me about your experience while being chased?

SCP-XXXX: Okay. One evening I was in my house when those damn bastards burst through my door. When I turned around I was surrounded by three men armed to the teeth. After teleporting myself ou of the house and taking my car, I take out all my money from my bank account and I started traveling through Galicia. I went by the less used roads, rested in my car, and bought food, drink, and other stuff in vending machines and flea markets. Sometimes there were kind people that opened the doors of their houses to me and offered me food and shelter. (subject remains silent for a few seconds) This hell continued for one month non-stop.

Dr. Posada: How did you discovered the existence of the Foundation?

SCP-XXXX: I met one of your undercover agents2. We spoke, I told him my situation, and he offered to bring me to the Foundation: the organization he was working for. At first I hesitated; logically, I thought he was one of my chasers, but finally, he convinced me. We agreed a date and a location, and I followed all of his instructions. And that's how I came to you.

Dr. Posada: Can you elaborate on when and how did you discover your powers?

SCP-XXXX: I'm not sure…as far I know I had and used them since I was 3. At Christmas, I always got the gifts I wanted; if I desired something, it happened, whenever I was playing with friends things get really weird…there are plenty of those incidents.

Dr. Posada: Could you give me some examples, please?

SCP-XXXX: Of course. Many of them happened while I was playing with my friends. (chuckles) My friends told their parents things like "We travelled to a magical world!", "We have killed a giant dragon, it was so cool!", "Mommy, after saving her from an ogre, the Fairy Queen is going to do a celebration in my honor. And you are invited!" and similar. I also told mine about our "trips". At first they didn't believe us; they said we had overactive imaginations, and some parents told mine that I was a bad influence on their children. But they started to freak out when we started to bring back physical things from our trips. (subject remains silent for a few seconds) Yep, I should have told Ricardo to not bring home that creature. But the most bone-chilling incident happened when I was 9 years old. It was so shocking, that my mother went hysterical and needed psychological treatment for months. Our dog died, and we decided to bury her in our garden. It was a very hard moment for all of us. We loved Luna; she was one more of the family. So, a week after her death, my parents had to go to visit a friend. My older sister, Leonor, and my little sister, Margarita, stayed with me at home. Our parents came back at night, and when they noticed that I wasn't at home they asked my sisters where I was. They said that I was at the garden, and the four went to the garden. There they saw me near Luna's grave, which was open, hugging her body. I exhumed Luna's body with my hands, so I was covered in dirt. When my parents approached me, I wake up…and Luna did so. The next thing I remember is my mother fainting.

Dr. Posada: How did your family react?

SCP-XXXX: Very bad. My parents were Catholics to the core and very conservative, and they attempted to instill us their beliefs and values. When happened Luna's incident my father thought I was possessed by a demon and the next day he called an exorcist for me. After my exorcism, my father thought I was clear but he always was watching me. Unfortunately, my mother always called me "witch", "demon" and "monster" and mistreated me, and my sisters refused to talk even to stay near me.

Dr. Posada: The records say that you stayed with your parents until you were 12, when you were sent to a boarding school. Could you elaborate on the causes of this event?

Subject remains silent

Dr. Posada: Ariel?

SCP-XXXX: You may also know that this event happened shortly after the disappearance of my two sisters.

Dr. Posada: (nods) You were involved. What happened?

SCP-XXXX: (takes a deep breath) I-I didn't… (subject looks distressed, and starts sobbing) It wasn't my fault! I-I only wanted to make a trip to the woods a-a-and then… (subject starts crying)

Dr. Posada gets up from her chair and heads to the side of SCP-XXXX, trying to comfort it

<End Log>

Closing Statement: The interview was ended and delayed by orders of Dr. Posada. Further investigation of SCP-XXXX's past pending approval.

Addendum-XXXX-3: Interview XXXX-B:
Interviewed: SCP-XXXX

Interviewer: Dr. Mercedes Posada

Foreword: This interview was done one week after the previous interview.

<Begin Log>

Dr. Posada: Hello, Ariel. Do you feel better?

SCP-XXXX: Yes, thanks for asking.

Dr. Posada: That’s good. We have to continue the previous interview.

SCP-XXXX: Okay.

Dr. Posada: Please, elaborate in what happened at that forest-

SCP-XXXX: Change to another question, doctor.

Dr. Posada: I know it can be difficult, but we need an answer.

SCP-XXXX: Sorry, but no. I will never tell what happened that day. If you continue to insist I will leave the interview.

Dr. Posada: Okay. (sounds of papers moving) Can we speak about your experience at the boarding school?

SCP-XXXX: Yeah. As I expected, it was a religious boarding school only for girls. The teachers were nuns and they didn’t hesitate in give corporal punishments to students whenever they wanted. That place make me grew more ashamed of myself and my powers, and transformed me into a cold and lonely person. To be honest, I still enjoy the loneliness.

Dr. Posada: When did you use again your powers?

SCP-XXXX: I didn’t use them again until I was 14, at the boarding school.

Dr. Posada: What made you use them at the boarding school?

SCP-XXXX: (sighs) I’m not proud of it, and I think this would creep you; but whatever. There were many bullies at that boarding school, but the most prominent was girl one year older than me whose name I don’t want to remember. I was her favorite target, and her pranks and insults were usually religious-themed. One day she made a fool of me in public, and that night I decided to use my powers against her. I make her go to a hell-like dimension created by myself and being tortured by demon-like creatures, also created by myself. She disappeared that night, and didn’t come back until 2 years later. She was found in the basement in a catatonic state. She didn’t eat nor drink and didn’t react to any stimuli, and at night she started to scream and cry, asking for help and begging. Three weeks later she took her own life.

Dr. Posada: Did you use them again?

SCP-XXXX: Unfortunately, yes. I literally haunted that place. Strange shadows and spectral figures haunted people, things disappeared or moved themselves, laughs, footsteps and whispers were heard, and any other paranormal stuff you could imagine happened at the boarding school. I made bad things to people in that place, doctor; things that, although I’m not proud of them, I don’t regret.

Dr. Posada: (nods) I know. There are reports of paranormal events, strange disappearances and deaths, suicides and people refusing to came back to that place. But don´t worry, we know you are a good person, and that was only a phase in your powers’ development. When you started to use your powers for the good of others?

SCP-XXXX: Three years after getting out of the boarding school, when I was 21. I was living in a rented country house, and one day I discovered that the owners’ four-years-old son was terminally ill from cancer and wasn’t going to survive. It was heartbreaking, and I felt I had to do something in exchange of their kindness, and then I came to the conclusion that I could use my powers to cure him. At first I was reluctant to use them, for all what happened to me because of them, but finally I decided to cure him. (smiles) When they came to me, crying, to tell me that their son was cured and could live, I felt…I felt well with myself for first time in years. I felt that I finally discovered my path in life, and that my powers weren’t a bad thing and I could use them for the good of others. (pauses) If there is something I have learned is that life doesn’t have a meaning, we have to discover our path in life and then we will put a meaning to our life. Because life has a different meaning for each person.

Dr. Posada: That’s very profound.

SCP-XXXX: (shrugs) I’m very philosophical.

Dr. Posada: Last answer. What is your opinion on the Foundation?

SCP-XXXX: (remains silent for a few seconds) For SCPs like me is a jail; you are always controlled, if you are lucky you can have some privileges, and for the outside world you are officially disappeared or dead. And for the personnel, is a torture. There are terrible things in the world, and you have to fight them. They challenge the natural and physical laws that you have learned since a child, some even logic. You can’t tell this to your family or friends, what happens at the Foundation remains at the Foundation. You are forced to do terrible things to save others, things that are immoral and inhuman many times. You try to convince yourselves that you are doing the right thing, because things aren’t only white and black. And I agree, because I know that you are forced to do these things for a good reason: protect people from the dark side of reality. (pauses) But do the ends justify the means?

<End Log>