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Image of SCP-XXXX's cockpit inside Containment Hanger 4.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to remain locked within Hanger 4 at Site 15. Access to SCP-XXXX for testing is restricted to Level 3 clearance. Once a month SCP-XXXX is to have a crew of Level 0 accompanied by a Level 2 class personnel is to clean SCP-XXXX and occupants.
Addendum-01 Class D crews are to replace Level 0 personnel for bimonthly cleanings with check-ins set for 15-minute intervals. In the instance that a check-in is missed, all personnel are to exit SCP-XXXX immediately and wait in the designated area. SCP-XXXX is then to be searched by a team of 3 Class 2 personnel for missing member. Level 1 Biohazard procedure is in effect for anyone interacting with SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a Douglas C-54A commercial airplane, mark: ██████. SCP-XXXX is of standard construction and in working order. Engine no.2 does show evidence of a fire; anomalous burn patterns and charred remnants shows there was some kind of plastic material near the engine which had been burned away. Testing has revealed that the plastic is an organic rubber compound developed for adaptive adhesive. The polymer molecules despite their burnt state displayed a bizarre reaction to heat. See tester's notes for information. Inside SCP-XXXX is 9 individuals, who appear to be made entirely of plastic. Investigation and Experimentation files for each specimen are listed as SCP-XXXX-01 to SCP-XXXX-9. SCP-XXXX-01 to SCP-XXXX-9 (from now one referred to as the specimens) all seem to have the same affliction. The specimen's faces exhibit what can only be described as an open screaming mouth and bugged out eyes. Despite the bodies of the specimens being made out of plastic, each keeps an internal temperature of 37.0 °C. Please see experimentation logs for details on SCP-XXXX-01 autopsy and SCP-XXXX-02 - SCP-XXXX-09 specifications. Addendum-02 After Incident-XXXX-A a file has been added for SCP-XXXX-10

SCP-XXXX History: SCP-XXXX, designated as flight ██████ took off from Honolulu at 22:47 PST on March ██, 19██ on route to the Los Angeles International Airport. At 05:54 PST the pilot reported a fire on the engine and that the crew and passengers may be required to abandon SCP-XXXX, after which there was no further radio contact. Following this SCP-XXXX was discovered by park rangers in Kofa National park, there was no sign of a crash landing. Foundation Containment Teams were called in for procurement and media interference after local law enforcement discovered the anomalous state of the passengers. SCP-XXXX was moved subsequently to nearby Site 15 intact.

SCP-XXXX-01-SCP-XXXX-10 Examination Reports

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