Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is kept in a large facility
that is disguised as a lithium production lake. It has been decommissioned due to high underground methane presence that poses an active explosive danger. Foundation agents are to be positioned in road entrances to the facility and at least one sniper should be present per km2. An electric fence is present around the perimeter of the facility. The one road that leads to the facility is to be guarded by armed foundation agents.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an abandoned oil platform located in the [REDACTED]. The object measures 500mx500m, the height is approximately 150m. The oil platform was in commision from 1959 to 1989. Anomalous properties manifested █ years later. SCP-XXXX periodically moves positions in the lake at 12:00pm. Cameras cut out 5 minutes before the event and return online at 12:05pm. This is information is not to be disclosed to site personnel. Personnel viewing the event can not recall it when asked and are seemingly distressed. Class-D amnestetics are to be administered to these personnel. SCP-XXXX-2, the liquid around the facility is gray and has similar consistency to slime it causes rapid mental deterioration to subjects in proximity. SCP-XXXX-1 is present inside of the oil platform and continues oil platform work as if the facility was never decommisioned.

Addendum SCP-XXXX-1:
SCP-XXXX-1 are semi-sentient humanoid creatures that inside of the SCP-XXXX. No attempts to contact or communicate with SCP-1 have been successful. Attempts to study SCP-XXXX-1 have lead to personnel involved developing severe mental illness and the project being cancelled by O5-9. No experiments are to be conducted on SCP-XXXX-1 without express permission from the site director. SCP-XXXX-1 has multiple times travelled onto the beach often causing a containment breach. Recontainment of SCP-XXXX-1 is to be handled by MTF Nu-7 "Hammer-down".

Addendum SCP-XXXX-2
SCP-XXXX-2 is the liquid substance that fills the lake at the site of SCP-XXXX, proximity leads to rapid mental deterioration and contact with the substance leads to skin corrosion and pain that can last for an unspecified amount of time all class-D personnel to come in contact with the substance have died from sleep deprivation. Studies of the substance suggest it's highly corrosive properties may not be caused by acidity as first thought. When tested objects placed in SCP-XXXX periodically change position at midnight, the possibility of using the substance commercially was proposed but declined due to the dangerous properties of SCP-XXXX-2

*Addendum SCP-XXXX-a**

Exploration log, SCP-XXXX
Begin log 4-11-2002
Four class-D personnel have been sent to explore the inside of SCP-XXXX, wearing biohazard suits. They are supplied with 4 head lamps, 2 head-mounted gopro brand cameras, 2 flashbang grenades and a single 6mm firearm.
CD-1: Airdrop successful.
Dr. Anderson: Good, activate your cameras.
Dr. Anderson: Okay proceed down that passageway on the left.
CD-4: Okay
Dr. Anderson: Activate your head lamps.
Dr. Anderson: Can you read those signs on the wall?
CD-1: Extractor and… I can't read that.
Dr. Anderson: Okay, proceed to the extractor.
CD-2: The walls are covered in the goo.
CD-1: Yeah, it's everywhere.
Dr. Anderson: I can't see anything from the cameras.
CD-3: That's a person!
CD-3: Hello? Can you hear me?
Dr. Anderson: No, don't!
D-2: It's unresponsive.
Dr. Anderson: okay, proceed to the extractor.
D-4: There's a cafeteria to the left.
Dr. Anderson: Proceed forward.
D-2: We're at a cross, there's two signs: Extractor and… I can't read that.
Dr. Anderson: Proceed down the extractor path.
Dr. Anderson: Video footage is starting to deteriorate.
D-3: Audio seems fine.
Dr. Anderson: We can playback once you return.
D-1: Got that.
D-1: That's another person.
Dr. Anderson: Don't attempt to make contact, understood?
D-4: Yes.
D-2: Oh my god, it's looking at us.
D-3: Freeze!
D-2: Okay, it's looking away now.
D-1: Dr. can we return?
Dr. Anderson: No.
D-4: F*ck this, we've nearly died and we can't go back.
Dr. Anderson: How do you know it's violent?
D-4: I can assume that's the case since you care about it.
Dr. Anderson: Just continue!
D-4: I'm staying here.
Dr. Anderson: So be it, when you return you will be terminated.
D-4: Fine, I'll go!
D-2: There's another cafeteria.
D-3: And over there, is another crossroad!
Dr. Anderson: What does the sign say?
D-1: [SIGHS] Same as before.
D-2: Are we going in circles?
D-4: Impossible!
Dr. Anderson: Calm down, continue down the extractor route.
D-4: Oh my god. No, please.
Dr. Anderson: Please continue.
D-2: Another person?
D-3: And he's looking at us.
Dr. Anderson: Okay, you have permission to return.
D-4: Yes, please!
D-1: What's that noise?
D-2: He's running towards us!
D-4: What?
End log

The exploration log suggests that that non-standard space-time exists in SCP-XXXX, SCP-XXXX-1 continues normal oil platform work suggesting that it used to be a person.

Addendum SCP-XXXX-b:
This incident log contains a containment breach of SCP-XXXX-1
Incident log, mass SCP-XXXX-1 manifestation.

Begin log
SD-1: Jack of spades.
SD-2: King of hearts!
SD-3: 10 of spades.
SD-2: I win.
SD-1: Damn. This is boring.
SD-3: Let's go to the cafeteria after our shift.
SD-2: Which just started.
SD-1: Tough.
SD-2: Those things are swimming around in the lake.
SD-3: [IMMITATES SITE SECURITY DIRECTOR] "And any change to this behaviour is to be reported"
SD-2: Haha.
Announcement: Attention, SCPF personnel. A breach has occured at your unit. Proceed to the nearest breach shelter and await MTF response.
SD-3: What?
SD-1: How? The only creature SCP here is…
SD-2: Those creatures.
SD-1: Has Dean told you about them?
SD-2: No.
SD-1: They're semi-sentient and violent.
SD-3: They're coming onto the beach.
SD-2: Hurry up!
End log

Following the containment breach MTF contained the breach in 8 hours at the request of O5-9 the classification of the object was changed to keter

Addendum SCP-XXXX-c:
Experiment log: SCP-XXXX-2
Class-D personnel have retrieved a sample of SCP-XXXX-2 for experimentation in a lab environment.
After testing the: pH level of the substance, gas emmision, weight, density and chemical composition research staff have decided to test the effect on living tissue. As the pH is 7 or neutral it should not corrode skin by acidity but other factors could cause corrosion.

Begin log
Dr. Barsky: Okay, D-1, enter the containment area of SCP-XXXX.
D-1: I'm in.
Dr. Barsky: Okay, so I will ask you to perform a few tests on SCP-XXXX.
Dr. Barsky: First, is there anything you can smell from your current position?
D-1: Yes, but I can't describe it.
Dr. Barsky: That's not very helpful, but at least we know it has a distinct smell.
Dr. Barsky: Next, do you feel a headache, weakness, nausea or any unusual side effects?
D-1: No.
Dr. Barsky: Good, now I will ask you to touch the object.
D-1: Arghh!
D-1: It stings!
Dr. Barsky: Calm!
D-1: Help!
Dr. Barsky: I said calm down!
D-1: I can't it stings so much!
Dr. Barsky: We'll send SD to retrieve you.
D-1: Quick!
pause log
resume log
SD-2: Dr. Barsky, do we have permission to open the containment area?
Dr. Barsky: Yes
SD-1: 1, 2, 3!
SD-2: D-6545, proceed out of the containment area and face the wall.
D-1: Uhhh. Why?
SD-2: What do you mean!
SD-2: D-6545, proceed out of the containment area and face the wall.
D-1: Okay, okay. Calm down, uhhh. Jerry, Andrew, Mike?
SD-2: SD-5494.
SD-1: Take him to the medical block.
End log

Medical evaluation has shown D-6545 is suffering from cell necrosis of unknown causes and rapid mental deterioration. Subject died of sleep deprivation 6 days later.

[By order of O5-9 all testing on SCP-XXXX is to be ceased until further notice]