Relatively new here, but I have been working on this one for about a month or two before posting it a few days ago. Any constructive criticism or suggestions are welcome, hope you enjoy it :p.
Apart from minor tonal issues, this just isn't interesting. It's a generic magic item whose only hook is that it turns people into food, and gore is a cheap thrill. You also have a lot of French that isn't translated, and please don't tag your own articles if you don't know what you're doing.
To expand, the only tags that should be used are on the Tag Guide, and you don't need to tag your sandbox page anyway.
In regards to the tone, it doesn't suit that of a scientific document, which is essentially what an SCP article is. For example,
At the hour of 12:00 AM, D-42349 is instructed to open SCP-XXXX, is promised that there is a Ham sandwich inside that he may enjoy. Excited, D-42349 hurriedly rushes to the fridge and swings it open.
D-class don't need to be told that there's any sort of reward. Ham does not need to be capitalized. It's irrelevant how fast the D-class approached the fridge if it doesn't make a difference in terms of test protocol or results. (also, you'd swing the door of the fridge open, not the fridge itself)
A quick glance also picks up it's/its mixups and an incorrectly-placed rating module (should be at the top, not bottom, of the page). Also, I'm not sure how the Foundation would have determined a way to combat the "trance effect" (which is too vague to be interesting, sorry). Keep in mind that as the author, you know the entire story, but the Foundation needs to have discovered what it knows about the SCP through observation and experimentation.