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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid Keter

Special Containment Procedures: Foundation webcrawlers are to locate and remove any content relating to or clearly referencing SCP-XXXX. Due to the position of SCP-XXXX, it is impossible to contain, besides online or physical content that is distributed where the Foundation can reach. SCP-XXXX is assumed impossible to contain due to its inconsistent movements, however, attempts to contain SCP-XXXX will still be made after SCP-XXXX has remained stationary for a minimum of █ weeks.

Accounts & online aliases found to be distributing material that includes clear references to, or imagery of SCP-XXXX are to be immediately suspended. Persons distributing SCP-XXXX related content are to be captured and issued Class-A amnestics immediately.

Persons affected by SCP-XXXX are to be captured and issued appropriate amnestics immediately.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a completely white humanoid that lacks any facial details, and a transparent gradient that affects its legs, rendering its feet invisible. SCP-XXXX has only been found was first discovered standing in a forested area in [REDACTED]. Initially discovered by an amateur UFOlogist named ██████ ████████, SCP-XXXX was first reported by ██████ to a Foundation front organisation posing as a community of UFOlogists. Once SCP-XXXX was confirmed to exist, ██████ ████████ was immediately given Class-A amnestics.

SCP-XXXX induces the desire to spread information surrounding itself once first seen by a person 10 minutes after viewing it, regardless of the medium it is viewed in. After at least 18 hours have passed after initial viewing of SCP-XXXX, affected persons will quickly begin to believe that they, like SCP-XXXX, have no face, and that their body is slowly fading away from the feet up. Affected individuals in early stages of SCP-XXXX-1 are said to be "unhinged, but probably not dangerous". Affected individuals become increasingly agitated and aggressive, until they eventually reach the final stage of SCP-XXXX-1, where they believe that they no longer exist, and refuse to communicate or follow instructions. These individuals are not dangerous, but have total disregard for their own safety and surroundings. The duration of SCP-XXXX-1 is inconsistent, and vary greatly between individuals. No factors are believed to affect the duration of SCP-XXXX-1.

Non-human species do not seem to be affected by SCP-XXXX-1, however, individuals affected by SCP-XXXX-1 will interact with non-human species the same way they would with humans. Several incidents have taken place, resulting in [DATA EXPUNGED] of numerous household pets and wild animals after these animals displayed a lack of interest in SCP-XXXX.

Individuals who have reached the final stage of SCP-XXXX-1 are to be immediately captured, studied for a maximum of 12 hours, issued Class-C amnestics, and released to a Foundation front organisation posing as a care facility. Individuals held within any care facility for SCP-XXXX-1 treatment are to be released after 3 days.

Individuals affected by SCP-XXXX-1 are docile towards each other, and often act as if they are close to each other, even if subjects have never seen each other in the past.

Individuals in the early stages of SCP-XXXX-1 are shown to be able to carry out any task they were prior to exposure, however, after 18 hours after initial exposure, individuals affected by SCP-XXXX-1 will experience a rapid decline in brain function.

The following addenda are theories relating to the functions, abilities, and existence of SCP-XXXX.

The following addendum is an interview, and is not related to the theories above.