Still in the ideas faze (though I did go ahead and number it, really just because I wanted a number), I had an idea, transcribed as follows:
The SCP appears to be a normal filing cabinet, painted white, with 3 drawers. The middle drawer is empty, but anomylous properties manifest within the top and bottom drawers. The top drawer is apparently 37 times the length of the filing cabinet itself, containing 36 retractable shelves labelled A-Z and 0-9, each of these shelves is the same length and width as the filing cabinet they emerged from (38cm by38 cm), but tall enough to house an additional 33 drawers, labelled with the same symbol as the cabinet they are attached to and and an extra alphanumeric symbol in alphabetical order. Each drawer of this set seems to open infinitely and contains an as of yet undetermined number of files regarding subjects begining with the alphanumeric symbol printed on the cabinet and continuing with the symbol printed on the drawer. The subjects covered are widely varied in nature, but range from methods of brutal tortures (I'm considering writing in a clause that some aspects of 110-Montauk came from this file) to a list of exploitable psychological aspects of various people and creatures, notable entries include [DATA EXPUNGED]
The bottom drawer's contents seem to shift with each opening, though the most repeated pattern is an agressive, mobile pile of various pieces of office equipment. Said masses of office equipment tend to attack any person who opens the lower draw by propelling themselves at the victim, latching on, and pulling them into the drawer which quickly closes behind them, regardless of the force used to keep it open.
Critique, ideas, suggestions?