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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-11 is to be kept in a standard humanoid containment chamber. In the event of SCP-XXXX-1's death SCP-XXXX is to be removed and bonded to a new SCP-XXXX-1, selected from the D-class population.

In exchange for its continued cooperation with Foundation efforts SCP-XXXX has been granted several privileges. Requests may be approved or denied at the discretion of the current containment team.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a black sock puppet with two orange buttons stitched to it acting as eyes and several pieces of orange string acting as hair. When not in contact with a human being SCP-XXXX displays no anomalous properties, and testing reveals its properties to be consistent with that of a regular sock.

When a human being, hereafter referred to as SCP-XXXX-1, makes contact with SCP-XXXX it becomes animate and attempts to place itself over SCP-XXXX-1's wrist. If it succeeds, SCP-XXXX-1 loses motor control and sensation in their hand.

SCP-XXXX then gains total control of SCP-XXXX-1's hand, using it to "move" it's mouth up and down while vocalising. Despite lacking a digestive system SCP-XXXX is able to consume food, and claims to enjoy doing so. It has been theorised that SCP-XXXX-1 acts as a power source for SCP-XXXX, however this has not been conclusively proven.

SCP-XXXX cannot be removed by conventional means until the termination of SCP-XXXX-1, at which point it becomes inanimate again and can be removed with ease.

SCP-XXXX was recovered from the body of the author Armand Milton, who was found dead in his apartment in Marseille. His cause of death was determined to be a heart attack, currently believed to be unrelated to SCP-XXXX.

Addendum XXXX-01: Incident Log XXXX-01
The following documents have been deemed important to the understanding of incident XXXX-01. For the full list of unabridged interviews please see Document-XXXX-01.

Interview XXXX-02

Interview XXXX-12

Incident-XXXX-01

Interview XXXX-13

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Item #: SCP-4000

Object Class: Neutralized

Special Containment Procedures:

Description: SCP-4000 is a temporal event that connects the dates 05/09/1901 and 05/09/2017. In both years the event occurs inside 1078 Broadway, Buffalo. In 1901, this property was John Nowak's Saloon and in 2017 it is a family home. When the event occurs the contents of room 8 of the saloon and the master bedroom of the home are switched, including organic matter.

As thaumic-temporal scanners detected the anomaly prior to SCP-4000's actual occurrence the Foundation were able to purchase the property in 2017 to ensure the master bedroom was empty and secure the objects from 1901. Contents carried into the room are as follows:

  • one bed
  • one simple travelling bag
  • one table
  • one chair
  • Leon Czolgosz2

Leon Czolgosz, designated SCP-4000-1, is a human being from 1901 who shows no anomalous properties aside from the temporal displacement. Finding a way to return SCP-4000-1 to 1901 in order to prevent a major timeline shift has been deemed a top priority.

Addendum 4000-01: Interview


Addendum 4000-02: On 07/09/2017 SCP-████ breached containment and caused a power failure across Site-53. Because of this, SCP-4000-1 was able to exit its containment chamber and confront Agent Ford. The relevant sections of Agent Ford's debriefing transcript are shown below:

That's when SCP-4000-1 came at me. It said some shit in Polish and ran straight for me, I had no choice but to fire. I thought I'd killed it.

I saw it again- 4000-1 that is. That's where the headshot came from, the second attack. Yeah, it attacked me again. Right outside its containment cell. Jumped me. I had to put it down for good.

Following the death of SCP-4000-1 an emergency vote was cast and Project 4000-3, headed by Researcher Jackson, was deemed the most viable response. Researcher Jackson aims to complete Project 4000-3 by 04/10/2017.

Addendum 4000-03: Project 4000-3 interview

On 09/10/2017 Agent Mason Ford agreed to participate in Project 4000-3. Agent Ford, along with the contents of room 8, was sent to 1901. As William McKinley was shot on the 6th of September it is assumed that Agent Ford was successful in completing Project-4000-3. At the request of Researcher Jackson, Agent Ford has been posthumously awarded the Foundation star.