Item #: SCP-6674


Site 901

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: In order to prevent the triggering of its cognitohazard effects, the true nature of SCP-6674 is to remain unknown to the Foundation's personnel. It is a consensus among the majority of the researchers that this is the most efficient way to prevent the anomaly from spreading itself, as currently, it appears to remain under control.

Any individuals who are possibly related to SCP-6674 occurrences, or to SCP-6674's victims, are to be captured for observation for a period of 30 days and treated with amnestics prior to being released. Moreover, they are not to be exposed to images, writings, and personal objects of possible victims of SCP-6674 under any circumstances.

One security guard is to monitor the surroundings of Site-901 at all times, in order to prevent invasions by civilians, and explorations within the facility are currently prohibited.

As of 22/03/2007 investigations related to SCP-6674 are suspended indefinitely.

Description: SCP-6674 is the designation of an anomaly that caused the disappearance of an uncertain number of individuals between the years 2004 and 2007, including a number of the Foundation's personnel (see Discovery section for details.)

The most prominent connection between SCP-6674's victims is that in none of the cases, close relatives or friends of these individuals are able to remember their former existences, claiming that they never met the subjects. The origins of SCP-6674 remain unknown.

Discovery: The Foundation became aware of SCP-6674's existence in March of 2012 when a logistics specialist from Site-19 noticed within the Foundation's database a register regarding a facility designated as "Site-901", located in Virginia, which apparently was formerly a Foundation facility focused on investigating specific cases of civilian disappearances, although none of the other researchers from Site-19, including the Site Director, were able to recognize or remember said Site's existence.

Immediately after the discovery, a team of Agents aided by members of MTF Epsilon-11 ("Nine-Tailed Fox") was deployed to investigate the location. Within 3 days of investigations, the team found out that Site-901 was created and started functioning in 2005 after the Foundation became aware of uncommon disappearance cases in the city of Roanoke.

The team also retrieved a number of personal documents of Site 901's personnel, however, no registers regarding these individuals were found within the Foundation's database, and their existences were never able to be confirmed.

Moreover, a transcript of an interview conducted with an individual who apparently was a victim of SCP-6674 was discovered on the personal computer of Site-901's Director. As no memetic effects were observed upon reading, the aforementioned interview was deemed safe to be included in this document, for informational purposes.

Addendum 1: By order of the O5 Council, further investigation of Site-901 was prohibited on the 4th day after its initial discovery, as it was deemed by most of the Council members as too risky. However, future exploration might be considered if further occurrences of SCP-6674 are registered. The number of individuals who might be affected by SCP-6674 currently is unknown.