Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Contaiment Procedures: SCP-XXXX has to be contained in Site 17 in a standard humanoid contaiment cell covered in tempered glass.
Everytime SCP-XXXX has to be transported, It needs to be inside a 3[m] x 3[m] x 3[m] cube made out of tempered glass 10 cm thick. 3[kg] of solid matter must be delivered to
the object every day, to prevent SCP-XXXX from going to "Hunger" state.

Description: SCP-XXXX apears to be a normal, human teenager around 13 years old with blonde hair and white irises. The object refers to itself as "Casper Glass".

Anomalous effects of SCP-XXXX are shown when SCP-XXXX touches an inanimate object that isn't made of glass. When it happens, the object will slowly change into glass. However, when SCP-XXXX touches a living organism, a living organism will start to [DATE EXPLUGED] rapidly. After about 3 minutes the organism will be completely [DATA EXPLUGED] resulting in death. The process will proceed as long, as SCP-XXXX will continue phisical contact with an object. The process is described as "Incredibly painful" by the victims of SCP-XXXX. If the process is stoped, the changed part will still be attached to victim, but they won't have control over them. SCP-XXX doesn't have to drink, or eat. Instead, SCP-XXXX shows "Hunger" for changing object into glass, though object shows preference in humans.

If SCP-XXXX won't change anything into glass in 2 days or more, It's behaviour will drastically change. Object will start to create entities out of glass alone, (Known as SCP-XXXX-1) which are exact copies of SCP-XXXX, completely obedient to SCP-XXXX. Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 show, despite being made of glass, very high strength and durability. The "Hunger" of SCP-XXXX ends, after SCP-XXXX succesfully [DATA EXPLUGED] 20-35 people.

SCP-XXXX was captured in ██████, Poland on ██/██/20██. Object was surrounded by ██ people "Changed" by It. Also, everything in the distace of 15 meters from SCP-XXX was changed into
glass. Object was extremely cooperative, while capturing, and shown no knowledge of what happened before finding it.