Orright, so I ran an idea a couple of months ago and admittedly it sucked, pretty bad, I went back to try and fix it, but every fix just made it more complicated and less terrifying. So here's to attempt number two, this time I'm just gonna give a simple synopsis;
The SCP is an old SCP identity badge, the laminate is dog-eared at the corners and it appears to have burnt in some areas, due to discolouration the name and date of the badge is barely visible, except that the badge was commissioned some time ago (Possibly during some major, related event, I'm still doing research on that)
The badge when affixed to a persons item of clothing (I don't know whether to limit it just to the lapel or any other location typically associated with a clip badge) said person undergoes spasms and becomes unresponsive until the badge is removed, once removed the subject becomes again responsive but distinctly mentally scarred by the incident, showing signs of post traumatic stress disorder, subjects are unwilling to discuss their experience and under proper conditions can return to a state similar to their previous condition.
The badge itself, once having been removed, begins emitting low-level, non-lethal doses of radiation dissipating after a short period of time (I'm thinking the longer the badge stays on the person the greater the effects, the badge emits greater doses over a longer period and the subject is so traumatised they are unable to properly recover)
So, is it good enough? What could I make better without making clumsy?