SCP-XXXX - Home Is Where The Heart Is
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SCP-XXXX-1, snapshot recovered from exploration footage

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: All attempts to prevent broadcast of SCP-XXXX are terminated indefinitely and must not be attempted unless authorised by at least one member of the O5 council.

All persons directly affiliated with instances of SCP-XXXX-2 are to be located and administered Class-A amnesiacs. All evidence regarding the existence of these instances is to be disposed of.

Every broadcast of SCP-XXXX and their events is to be recorded. Investigations into the location of the studio from which SCP-XXXX is broadcast are ongoing.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a spatial anomaly found in the form of a street typical of a UK suburb, composed of standard housing and accommodation. The anomaly of SCP-XXXX is found in its extreme length, which exceed the physical space in which it inhabits or surrounds, going on for a seemingly infinite distance; the current maximum recorded distance stands at 26 miles. The entirety of SCP-XXXX is covered in a low mist, limiting visibility and increasing the chance of a subject becoming lost within SCP-XXXX, at which point it can begin fusion with the subject

Whilst roaring and pavements remain consistent throughout SCP-XXXX, housing units will change variably throughout, although established “sections” exists within the structure, which group together housing of similar design and origin location to uphold some coherence to the layout of SCP-XXXX. Each unit of housing corresponds exactly to the place of residence of any person who undergoes fusion with SCP-XXXX. At time of writing, approximately 3,000 individuals have been accounted for, with an unprecedented amount being left unidentified estimated to be somewhere in the region of 15,000. Around 2,700 identified individuals correspond to those reported missing between 1900-present.

Each housing unit found within SCP-XXXX, despite external and internal appearances and material properties, are found to be constructed of DNA and flesh samples of their corresponding victims.

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