This is an expansion of an idea I suggested on the chat, where it got one enthusiastic endorsement and one suggestion that it might be too similar to the movie Jeepers Creepers (which I don't really see, although I could be persuaded if other people see it.) Since everybody talks about how they aren't afraid to rip into bad ideas, I'm cautiously optimistic.
The SCP is a vaguely humanoid creature that the foundation picked up while it was terrorizing an anonymous suburban neighbourhood. Its appearance is inspired by Max Schreck's make-up in the movie Nosferatu- about four feet tall, with chalk white skin, sharp incisors, pointed ears, and long fingers. But the most obvious anomaly is that it has no eyes, just blank indentations above it's cheekbones. The creature's m.o. is to enter homes at night by climbing up the outsides like a monkey and entering victims bedrooms via the windows, at which point it puts its mouth to their eyes and sucks them out of the sockets. The creature may have no eyes of its own, but it "sees" by clairvoyance, and every time it eats something's eye its "vision" improves. If prevented from eating eyes, its vision gradually disappears, and it displays fear of the dark and blindness.
The SCP is not motivated entirely by this fear, but also by the desire to see something specific with its powers. It seems afraid of whatever it wants to see, but can't quite describe what it fears, or explain its own origins. As a secondary oddity, it tends to speak in quotations (this is supposed to emphasize its visual nature - it tends to recite what it reads). This contributes to the communication barrier. The entity calls itself Ishmael I. Idlewild (playing on "all eyes") but this name is clearly fake and cobbled together from literary references.
So: your thoughts? Do we already have too many SCPs that target the eyes? Is the whole "talks in quotes" thing one quirk too many? Is it, in fact, too similar to Jeepers Creepers? Any other issues? Questions, comments, pies in the face?