Log of Unexplained Locations

Foreword: This page is to be devoted to the documentation of low threat anomalous locations which have been discovered by the SCP Foundation over the years. Although all locations listed in this document warrant securing and cover-up measures, none of them are closely enough tied to an underlying anomalous cause or considered a high enough containment or research priority to warrant full Special Containment Procedure documentation. This list may be used as a resource should knowledge of these locations become useful or necessary in the future.
– Doctor ██████ █████, Head of Containment, Site ██

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Unexplained Location UE-623552 (edit)
Location Description: Conference room A-265 of Duke Energy Convention Center. Whenever anyone inside the room perceives textual, auditory, or visual representations of any element of any projects that British animator James Baxter participated in, they will point at it and repeat the words "JAAAAAMES BAXTER" for 2 minutes. (If the item in question is an article of clothing, the person wearing the clothing will be unaffected.)
Date of Containment: 2012-██-██
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Security Protocol: The room has been sealed off. All persons beleived to have entered the room have been interviewed and, if necessary, amnesticized.


Unexplained Location UE-413392 (edit)
Location Description: The Lemuria Restaurant and Wine Bar. Necessary to complete the Great Journey. Any documentation of this phenomenon is always in a promotional tone, and have sentences sprinkled in about how we must finish the Great Journey.
Date of Containment: ████-██-██
Location: Bonifacio Global City, Philippines
Security Protocol: None, because we do not want to anger the people walking the path and they must complete the Great Journey.
Note: GLORY TO LEMURIA!!! - Dr. Felteich
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