Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-A instances are to be fully covered with black canvas at all times. The canvas must not touch the image face of an SCP-XXXX-A instance. The canvas is to be secured to the ground with steel cable. Cable integrity is to be checked every 2 days by on site staff. Security staff working on SCP-XXXX are to impersonate local law enforcement and patrol roads leading to SCP-XXXX-A instances. New instances of SCP-XXXX-A are to be monitored for by MTF (something something) and reported to Dr. (something) upon identification. Should a new instance of SCP-XXXX-A appear in an urban center or another populated area, protocol Delta 45 (Deep Cleaning) will be enacted to reduce the damaging effects of SCP-XXXX-A.
Any person affected by a SCP-XXXX-A instance's cognitohazardous effects are to be administered Class-C amnestics immediately following exposure.
[SCP-XXXX-B is a legal document. I need to work out how to contain a legal document.]

Description: SCP-XXXX-A is a collection of 15 billboards located in Sherman county, Texas. Each object meets the certifications for a poster class billboard, with the only deviation between objects being the image displayed on the front of each. There is no record of the billboards construction, with most residents of the area having no recollection of any construction taking place before the object's appearance.

SCP-XXXX-A instances are each constructed from an unidentifiable alloy with immeasurably high durability. All attempts to secure a sample of the alloy have failed, as it is completely immune damage from all standard industrial tools. Each SCP-XXXX-A instance cannot be moved1, and further testing on how it maintains its position relative to earth is currently ongoing.

All instances of SCP-XXXX-A have a unique cognitohazardous image displayed on the front of the objects. Each image has a primary cognitohazard that all instances share, and a secondary cognitohazard unique to each instance2. Any attempt to change these images has resulted in failure, as the images appear to be constructed from the same material as the rest of SCP-XXXX-A instances. Attempting to apply any type of covering directly to the image portion of SCP-XXXX-A will result in the covering becoming 100% transparent3. Removing the covering reverses the transparency effect, however it takes between 24-48 hours for the effects to fully wear off on the affected material.

SCP-XXXX-A's primary cognitohazard effect occurs when a human being capable of voting in Sherman county, Texas, observes an image on one of the objects. The subject, now classified as SCP-XXXX-1, will begin to express the desire to vote in "the upcoming mayoral election" and will repeat the phrase "I think I'm going to vote for Mr. ████ ████████, he seems like an upstanding fellow" without prompt. Any attempt to change the topic to something other than the Stratford election will cause discomfort in SCP-XXXX-1, who will invariably divert the conversation back to the election and Mr. ████ ████████. SCP-XXXX-1 behavior will become increasingly erratic, resulting in aggression towards foundation interviewers and an increasing desperation to leave containment4.

50% of SCP-XXXX-1 instances have attempted to breach containment. When interviewed, SCP-XXXX-1 instances stated that the escape attempts were to vote in "the upcoming election5". SCP-XXXX-1 instances will invariably expire 2 weeks after exposure to SCP-XXXX-A. Autopsies on SCP-XXXX-1 instances has revealed large tumours in areas of the brain related to critical thinking and memory, as well as smaller tumours appearing in the spinal cord and areas related to automatic bodily functions. Seizures caused by the tumours are usually the cause of death for SCP-XXXX-1 instances, however some SCP-XXXX-1 instances have expired due to failed escape attempts.

SCP-XXXX-B is an official budget report filed in the Stratford city hall detailing the planned spending for April of 20██. The document consists of 10 different invoices for various infrastructure and city planning needs, as well as a handwritten addendum to the end of the document. The document is resistant to stress and damage, having a tensile strength and fracture toughness analogous to industrial grade steel. Any damage sustained by the document will regenerate over a period of 1-3 hours, depending on severity of the damage dealt to the document. All anomalous effects of SCP-XXXX are assumed to originate from the addendum to the document, due to its contents and unusually high hume levels. Prolonged visual contact with the document causes migraines in most subjects, however this effect in not transferred to photographs of the document.

Level 4 security clearance is required to view the documents comprising SCP-XXXX-B. Any unauthorised access to documentation relating to SCP-XXXX-B will result in immediate administration of Class-B amnestics.

Addendum XXXX.1: Along with the primary cognitohazardous effect, each SCP-XXXX-A instance has a unique secondary effect at least tangentially related to the image displayed on the instance.

[a good old table with each billboards individual effect]

Addendum XXXX.2: Interview logs with SCP-XXXX-1 instances. Non informative and redundant logs have been redacted for brevity. For full logs, contact site-19 administration.

Addendum XXXX.3: When first discovered on September █ 20██ SCP-XXXX-B had an additional note attached to the documentation. It is currently unknown who left the note, and investigations into the identity of this individual are currently ongoing. The individual is labeled as POI.9367 until further information is obtained about their identity. Level 4 security access is required to view the note as well as current information regarding the investigation into POI.9367's identity.