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The only big idea I have at the moment is:

The Parapsychology Division: A division of researchers that studies anomalous paranormal and psychic phenomena.

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Item #: SCP-XXXX1

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: The area in which SCP-XXXX was discovered has been excavated and relocated to Site 19. A cover story has been circulated claiming that the field of sunflowers had been possessed by unholy spirits, which were successfully exorcised.

SCP-XXXX is indefinitely contained at Site 19. Further study is ongoing.

The owners of the former McCaig Farms have been taken into Foundation custody following the events of the recovery of SCP-XXXX. A cover story has been circulated in Onida claiming that the McCaigs chose to move voluntarily due to paranoia caused by the event.

The region of Sully County, South Dakota is to be monitored for any further anomalous activity resembling the events associated with SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a patch of 37 sunflowers found in the sunflower fields of McCaig Farms near Onida, South Dakota. All sunflowers contained within SCP-XXXX are genetically and visually identical to non-anomalous sunflowers.

SCP-XXXX's anomalous property manifests within a radius of approximately 10 meters from the outermost sunflowers in SCP-XXXX. Any life entering this radius will cause the sunflowers to begin to produce unassisted vocalizations with no discernible cause.

The content of these vocalizations is most commonly described as "unintelligible wailing," though utterances of intelligible words and phrases have been observed.

Recovery: SCP-XXXX was discovered following reports of residents of Onida, South Dakota hearing far-off screams at all hours of the day. Residents had begun to believe that the wailing was caused by ghosts. To the Foundation's knowledge, these rumors, along with the McCaig Family's strict stance on trespassing, withheld any curious residents from investigating the source of the screams.

On 02/04/████, MTF Mu-13 ("Ghostbusters") was sent into Onida, South Dakota under the guise of being paranormal investigators sent to investigate the truth behind the ghosts of Onida's sunflower fields. Residents pointed the Foundation towards McCaig Farms, where SCP-XXXX was identified and contained following significant struggle from the McCaig Family.

Addendum XXXX-1: After the events of SCP-XXXX's recovery, the McCaig Family were admitted into Foundation custody. A number of interviews were conducted by Senior Researchers Dr. Ephret Souljourn and Dr. Lysandra Souljourn, recorded below.

Followup: On 02/07/████ the Ethics Committee filed a request to completely exorcise the ghosts contained within the sunflowers associated with SCP-XXXX. This request was denied in favor of further study. However, the families of the missing persons who could be identified were contacted and provided with notices that they had died.

Stanley and Edith McCaig were submitted into police custody and tried for serial murder. The McCaig children were amnesticized and inserted into new families without issue.

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