I noticed that there seems to be a bit of a double standard when it comes to what people ask for in an SCP. On the one hand, it's an oft-repeated piece of advice that the writer's focus should always be on the story of the SCP, not on the effects. On the other hand, it's equally common for someone to say that they downvoted because the effects weren't interesting enough, even if the story was nice.
That's what inspired this piece. The anomalous effects are fairly unremarkable, comparatively speaking, but you get the guy's life story and learn all the creative uses he found for his abilities throughout the years.
Also of note: even though Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting has grown into a full-blown GoI, it was originally envisioned as a limited set of interconnected articles. Folks are still welcome to contribute as they like, but as far as my stuff goes, this is number 5 of 7 in the series. There will be two more after this, and then I'll be done with the Circus.
If you want more Herman Fuller, check out the awesome stuff that that Those Other Guys put together for the GoI contest! I'm a big fan of their additions to the Circus mythos, and careful observers will observe a nod to one of their tales in this piece.