Dr Soschi's Research Files
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An instance of SCP-XXXX-1, placed upon a wooden table.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:

SCP-XXXX should be kept in a small storage warehouse within Site-██. SCP-XXXX instances in Foundation custody must be suspended from the ceiling of a storage room by an elastic rope, measuring no less than 0.2 m, which must be checked for deformations daily and replaced when appropriate. SCP-XXXX instances must be suspended at least fifteen (15) cm above the ground to minimize the risk of containment failures.

Walls inside of the containment cell must be painted with black paint, capable of absorbing at least 90% of light. Only low-light LEDs are permitted in the cell for the duration of rope maintenance. The containment cell should not be located near any live wires, and no electronics are permitted within at least a 20 m radius from the centre of the cell. The cell must also be padded with sound-insulating material.

SCP-XXXX shall be only placed on any solid surface for testing purposes approved by Level 5/XXXX clearance personnel. Otherwise, SCP-XXXX-1 should under no circumstances make contact with the floor, and failure to do so could cause an XK-Class end-of-the-world scenario.

If any medium-scale SCP-XXXX incident occurs, Mobile Task Force Omnicron-14 ("Moon Mist") must be dispatched to recontain SCP-XXXX and restore the area to structural integrity. Any spilled SCP-XXXX-1 must be lifted and turned upright, and the cap must be re-sealed. The remaining SCP-XXXX liquid (designated SCP-XXXX-2) will seemingly evaporate, despite the varied boiling points in its ingredients. Any solid remains of SCP-XXXX-2 are deemed non-anomalous and must be disposed of in an appropriate manner by janitorial staff.

A functioning seismograph must be fitted in a nearby room in case of any incidents involving SCP-XXXX-1. If the Richter scale reading is less than 4 during an incident, ο-14 does not have to be dispatched, and instead, SCP-XXXX can be stabilized by the nearest personnel. Readings over 4 but under 6.1 must include ο-14's involvement in recontainment. Complete evacuation of all staff, equipment and anomalies of the site is required if these readings excel 6.1.


SCP-XXXX is a collective term for batches of 24 oz black cherry flavored Faygo brand drinks, designated SCP-XXXX-1 when referred to individually. Visually, they are not distinguishable from non-anomalous bottles, but exhibit anomalous properties when placed on a surface for longer than four (4) seconds. When the bottom of SCP-XXXX-1 makes contact with a solid surface for longer than the designated time, SCP-XXXX-1 will begin releasing energy, causing the contacted object and nearby surroundings to vibrate at seemingly random magnitudes on the Richter scale.

Energy from SCP-XXXX is released on an atomic level, exerting kinetic energy on any object that it is placed on. This leads to the vibration of particles and eventual change of state of the object. It is speculated that SCP-XXXX obeys the laws of energy conservation, as it draws energy from nearby surroundings, and then converts it to kinetic energy when it exhibits its anomalous effects. The longer SCP-XXXX-1 is placed upon a surface, more of this energy is seemingly created or converted from ambient energy sources. It takes SCP-XXXX-1 two (2) minutes to begin changing the atomic state of the surface it is placed on.

Incident-XXXX-1: During Incident-XXXX-1, an SCP-XXXX-1 instance was unintentionally spilled onto the floor by Junior Researcher M█████. Liquid from SCP-XXXX-1 began pouring endlessly until Junior Researcher M█████ lifted the bottle from the ground and resealed it. Despite this, SCP-XXXX-1 still appeared to be full. The fluid previously spilled from SCP-XXXX-1 dissipated. This evaporation is speculated to be caused by SCP-XXXX-1's anomalous ability to store energy.

During this incident, only the side of the SCP-XXXX-1 bottle made contact with the floor, which caused vibrations at much lower magnitudes compared to upright placement of SCP-XXXX-1. Regardless, SCP-XXXX must still be contained according to its containment procedures. Keeping SCP-XXXX-1 on its side is not an alternative method of SCP-XXXX containment in any way.

Addendum: An attempt to contain SCP-XXXX in liquid as an alternative to suspension by rope was made. SCP-XXXX-1 appears to sink to the bottom of the tank in every fluid, despite being only 24 oz (approximately 0.68 kg), even when weighed. When SCP-XXXX-1 was placed in denser liquids such as mercury (Hg), SCP-XXXX-1 still floated, and the whole tank appeared to vibrate. Suspense of SCP-XXXX by a rope appears to be the most effective containment procedure to prevent the anomalous vibrations of SCP-XXXX.

Test XXXX-A - ██/██/20██:

Subject: SCP-XXXX-1 was tested for any noticeable effects after ingestion of SCP-XXXX-2.
Procedure: The contents of SCP-XXXX-1 were poured into a cup. D-8762 was instructed to drink from the cup and report unusual occurrences.
Analysis: Ingestion of SCP-XXXX-2 is strictly prohibited. Not because it's good, and we're blocking you from the heavenly taste of Faygo - it's because you will die a gruesome death, and no one wants that, right? -Researcher ███████