SCP-3518 - Irremovable Menhir

SCP-XXXX (on the left) with other Kerlescan menhirs, before incident XXXX

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: A simple 10m-radius security quarantine is to be established around SCP-XXXX and the surrounding standing stones, in the legal context of ongoing restoration of the site. A team of two Foundation agents is to be infiltrated at all times in the local headquarters of the CMN1, and prevent any trespassing in the perimeter. The use of amnestics should not be necessary.

UPDATE ██/██/1987: Following incident XXXX, the security perimeter is to be reinforced, the disinformation campaign about the fragility of the site intensified and trespassing forbidden. The use of lethal force is not authorised.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an irremovable standing stone (also referred to as a "menhir" in the local dialect) part of the Kerlescan alignments located 5km away from the village of Carnac, France. The standing stone is 2.56m tall and 1.30m wide, and composed of granit (collected samples show no anomalous properties). Its total mass is estimated to be around 6.4 metric tons. Despite its irremovability, SCP-XXXX is completely similar to the other Kerlescan menhirs by its size, location, appearance and composition. It is believed to have been erected at the same era as the other non-anomalous menhirs (approx. 4th millennium BC), and to come from the same stone quarry.

SCP-XXXX has been brought to the attention of the Foundation following an accident during the restoration of the site in 1951 by the french National Monuments Centre, when a backhoe accidentally hit it and its anomalous property was discovered. Amnestics were distributed to the staff who witnessed the event, and a front company of the Foundation is now in charge of the restoration, establishing the curent containment procedures.

Addendum 1: Test campaign

During the first decade following the discovery, experimentation on SCP-XXXX was not conclusive. But the creation of the Parallel Cosmology Department in 1963 led to the establishment of a test campaign on SCP-XXXX, one of the most ambitious in the history of the Foundation.

Addendum XXXX-2: Incident XXXX