SCP-3326
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Following the acquisition of more accurate information, this document has been discovered to be subject to severe data corruption. As such, this file has been placed under the purview of RAISA until further notice. Taking the aforementioned information into account, it is suggested that you refrain from continuing and standby for updates regarding this file. Thank you.

— Maria Jones, Director, RAISA


farmhouse

Fig 1.1. The exterior of the farmhouse containing SCP-3326. Note that the image was created1 prior to the manifestation of any anomalous properties.

Item #: SCP-3326

Object Class: Euclid Neutralized

Special Containment Procedures: Following the events of Incident-3326.Ω, SCP-3326 has been presumed neutralized. All objects originally produced by the anomaly are to be maintained in the same manner as they were prior to the neutralization of SCP-3326.

A specialized investigation team has been established with the intent of locating the individual responsible for Incident-3326.Ω; however, due to a lack of information regarding the figure's physical characteristics, attempts at gaining such details are currently the main priority.

The demolition of the structure formerly containing SCP-3326 has been authorized via the use of explosive charges. Currently, the demolition of the building is scheduled for March 26, 2009, in accordance with the orders of Dr. Laura Brookes, the current head of the SCP-3326 project. Please note that due to events unrelated to SCP-3326 or otherwise, such actions may be delayed/rescheduled to a later date.

At this time, no further containment procedures have been deemed necessary.

Description: SCP-3326 designates the basement-level of an abandoned farmhouse located in Kastor, Idaho. Matter within the space, both organic and inorganic3, may be subject to spontaneous transmutation into complex manmade objects. It should be noted that all other areas within the house have displayed no anomalous qualities.

Objects produced by SCP-3326 often appear makeshift or ramshackle in nature, though always maintain their ability to function in a manner that the specific object would be most commonly used for. Analysis performed by the SCP-3326 research team via Kant Counters has concluded that the transmutation process is not based on reality manipulation and more-so on the rapid rearrangement of atoms. A list of notable items recovered from SCP-3326 is as follows:

Object Description Date of Recovery
A 0.5 meter roll of bandages. No anomalous properties recorded. 11/1/08.
An unmarked bottle containing 12 morphine capsules. No anomalous properties recorded. 11/9/08.
A single piece of 8.5 X 11 printer paper. Unknown. The object was unintentionally destroyed by Dr. Laura Brookes who was dispatched to collect the item. It is as of yet unknown if the paper contained any legible writing. 11/18/08.
A device similar in appearance and function to a mobile phone. Object displayed significant anomalous qualities. When attempting to dial any phone number, a loud shriek similar to that of a woman's will become audible. At this point, no significance to this property has been determined. [DATA LOST]
A small metal canister covered in an unidentified paper-like material. The item possessed noticeable anomalous properties. The item would accelerate to 0.25 KMH at erratic intervals. Several moments later the item ceased all movement and the paper was torn away via an unseen force. Multiple scratches were visible on the object's surface before it was removed from SCP-3326. No further anomalies were reported. The object contained an unknown semi-liquid substance possessing a high nutritional value. [DATA LOST]

Discovery: SCP-3326 was unintentionally discovered by two locals living 1918 kilometers4 0.25 kilometers from the house containing the aforementioned anomaly. They had frequently passed by the house during trips to the nearest town. On the date of 11/01/08, the couple had noticed various degrees of vandalism afflicted on the previously mentioned structure.

The interior of the structure was found to be littered with copious amounts of bottles and other assorted debris which led the locals to believe that a large gathering may have occurred within the house recently.

The pair reported the findings to local law enforcement who performed a full investigation of the premises. No DNA was recovered from the scene and during exploration of the basement, two officers witnessed SCP-3326's anomalous properties. Specifically, the arrangement of cyramic tiles, inscribed with the phonetic alphabet and arranged in multiple abstract patterns which as of this writing have not been translated.

Following this event, the unit overseeing the investigation alerted the Unusual Incidents Unit, which due to financial difficulties, turned over the property into the Foundation's custody. All individuals who had witnessed SCP-3326 or were otherwise informed of the incident were administered Class-B amnestics and released.

Soon thereafter, the area was isolated for proper containment and research.

Addendum-3326.Α: On November 19, 2008, Dr. Laura Brookes requested a meeting with Lance Hawthorn, a RAISA liaison regarding SCP-3326's description being updated following the discovery of new information. Dr. Brookes' research has concluded that SCP-3326 does not actually transmute matter, but rather modifies how humans are able to perceive it.

This was discovered via the noticeable presence of gamma-theta5 waves within the anomaly. No further details were discussed.

Addendum-3326.Β: On the date of November 21, 2008, during routine recovery of an object6 that was produced by SCP-3326, due to a leave of absence by Dr. Laura Brookes, Researcher William Carter was dispatched for retrieval. Upon entry into SCP-3326, the previously mentioned researcher claimed to see a discrepancy in the far wall of the room.

As the object in question was retrieved swiftly, Command granted Researcher Carter permission to investigate the wall further. Upon closer inspection, it was discovered that the portion of the wall in question was in fact a removable panel. Due to the worn nature of the panel and the fact that it was already partially removed via an unknown force, it was fully forced out with ease.

Behind the panel is located a small antechamber containing the following:

  • A crate containing:
      • A pamphlet appearing to have been used as a party invitation addressed to an unknown individual.7
      • Several partially decayed rags believed to have contained chloroform; though no DNA was recovered to detail whether the item was used to incapacitate an individual.
      • A thaumaturgically enhanced 9mm handgun which upon testing has shown incapable of hitting any target; though analysis has shown that random empty pockets of space will be created in the bullet's path. It should be noted that upon recovery, a single bullet was absent from its clip.

Incident-3326.Ω: In the night following the events described in Addendum-3326.Β, a security breach occurred starting at 21:00 according to CCTV footage recovered from the scene. For the purpose of record-keeping, a full transcription of the event is as follows:

In the following morning, research personnel discovered no anomalous properties present including the suspension of dust particles within the area now previously designated SCP-3326. On another note, several experimental devices including a prototype for a portable SRA were found missing. An investigation team is currently being established as of this writing with research ongoing to determine the cause of the sudden removal of SCP-3326's anomalous properties.

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I guess I can change the smaller things. Why not tell you everything?
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This will probably kill what's left of me; But at this point, am I actually really alive or just conscious?
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That still doesn't make it better.
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Addendum-3326.Γ: In the days following Incident-3326.Ω, Dr. Laura Brookes failed to report to her post for several days. A search of the doctor's home yielded no results, though a large amount of dust from the home was found to have accumulated in a peculiar fashion within the master bedroom.

Until such a time where Dr. Brookes can be located, a supplementary research head has been selected for the time being.

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Cognitohazard detected. File locked.8


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