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Item #: SCP-2632

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-2632 is to be contained in a standard humanoid containment cell on floor 7 of Site-88. SCP-2632 may not physically interact with any Foundation staff directly except while being restrained.

Description: SCP-2632 is a human individual that possesses unusual longevity, and is unable to be harmed by any available means. SCP-2632's aging appears to have arrested completely during its time in Foundation custody.

SCP-2632 displays physical characteristics which are consistent with a 68-year-old male. Historical records indicate that SCP-26321 was born in 1810, in the Republic of West Florida. Observational evidence of SCP-2632, these historical records, and claims made by SCP-2632 itself indicate that the event which produced its anomalous effects occurred in 1878.

SCP-2632 possesses no further anomalous properties, and displays symptoms consistent with a diagnosis of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis. While additional permanent damage to SCP-2632's neurological condition appears to have been prevented by its anomalous properties, SCP-2632's behavior is consistent with an individual possessing a moderate state of neurological decay.

SCP-2632 was recovered in 2003 following a botched execution attempt in the US state of Washington. SCP-2632 was convicted in 1994 of the killing of Jonathan Garret, and sentenced to death. SCP-2632 refused to choose his execution method, and by state law was to be hanged in January of 2003. Due to SCP-2632's anomalous properties, this penalty was ineffective. Agents embedded in the Washington State Department of Corrections were able to recover SCP-2632 following this attempt.

The following interview was the fourth conducted.2

Date: February 5th, 2003.
Interviewer: Dr. William Hoskins, SCP-2632 Project Head
Subject: SCP-2632
Location: Site-88, Section C.

Dr. Hoskins was instructed to create a rapport with the subject to induce cooperation. Those portions of the interview have been edited out for brevity.

SCP-2632: To be perfectly honest, I was hoping for life in prison.

Dr. Hoskins: Why?

SCP-2632 pauses for several seconds.

SCP-2632: I haven't told you how I got this way yet.

Dr. Hoskins: No. Would you like to?

SCP-2632: That's been something I've needed to get off my chest for a while.

Dr. Hoskins: Well, I'm not going anywhere, and neither are you. Let's talk.

SCP-2632: Every time I've told someone about it, I've ended up killing them.

SCP-2632 taps on the glass partition separating him from Dr. Hoskins.

SCP-2632: Don't think that's going to matter so much anymore though. You ever been to Crossroads, Wyoming?

Dr. Hoskins: No, I haven't.

SCP-2632: Beautiful little town. At least it used to be. Moved out there with my wife and little brother in 1867.

Dr. Hoskins: Who were they?

SCP-2632: Bethany Manfred and Jacob Manfred. My brother was a fucking coward, stayed out of the war. My wife's father and brothers died during Sherman's March. Her momma had died a few years back. She didn't have anywhere to go, so I picked her up.

Dr. Hoskins: And you went to Crossroads?

SCP-2632: Yeah. Jacob was going to help me set up an undertaker's business. Greedy son of a bitch had a good idea. We were burying a man every week.

Dr. Hoskins: And then?

SCP-2632: I started to get it into my head that we could do something about all the death and destruction. I promise you it was noble at first. Met an Indian in the saloon. I thought he was just talking crazy but once I sobered him up he told me about a ritual. He said he couldn't die. That got me fucking interested.

Dr. Hoskins: What happened to the Indian?

SCP-2632: That's complicated. See, he told me about how he and four of his friends had enacted the ritual. Turned out there was one catch: people who'd participated could hurt each other. It was the only way you could die.

Dr. Hoskins: Okay, then what had happened to the others?

SCP-2632: He'd gotten paranoid and that was that. The little son of a bitch had killed 'em. All of 'em.

Dr. Hoskins: Right. So then you enacted the ritual as well?

SCP-2632: After a time. Took me a bit to get all the things together I needed. But the way the shakes was getting worse, I was trying to hurry.

Dr. Hoskins: And then?

SCP-2632: Then I made the dumbest mistake I've made in a long, long life. I brought my brother and my wife in on the thing.

Dr. Hoskins: So you all performed the ritual?

SCP-2632: I did most of the hard work, there were some unsavory bits I don't think either of them could've stomached. But when it was over we all knew our whole world was different.

Dr. Hoskins: What happened to your brother and your wife?

SCP-2632: She was 24 when we finished. He was 36. I was 68. My body barely worked any more, even if it wouldn't ever get worse. Exactly what you think happened is what happened.

Dr. Hoskins: They began an affair?

SCP-2632: Right under my goddamned nose. I hadn't told them about the catch, so they didn't know that I could hurt them if I wanted to.

Dr. Hoskins: And did you?

SCP-2632: Not at first.

Dr. Hoskins: But you did eventually?

SCP-2632: What I did was take some of the children's bones I'd used in the ritual and planted them in Jacob's house. Then I paid the Sheriff a lot of money to go do his job and search the place.

Dr. Hoskins: What happened to your brother after that?

SCP-2632: Sheriff arrested him. The trial was short enough, sentenced him to hang the next week. I pretended like I was on his side. Told him I'd give him a bit of morphine so he could fake being dead.

Dr. Hoskins: And did you?

SCP-2632: Yeah. I laughed at the hanging. I was worried someone'd notice. Could barely keep his head up. He was still sleeping afterwards when I carted him out to the hole in the ground I'd dug. Seven feet straight down.

Dr. Hoskins: You buried him?

SCP-2632: I did.

Dr. Hoskins: What did your wife do?

SCP-2632: She wasn't happy. Showed up at the grave as I was dumping him in. Told me everything, said when he woke up they'd be leaving town for good.

Dr. Hoskins: What did you do?

SCP-2632: I smashed her in the back of the head with the shovel and threw her in the hole.

Dr. Hoskins: You buried them both?

SCP-2632: Yeah. Her dead and him sleeping. He didn't wake up before I was done.

Dr. Hoskins: What happened after that?

SCP-2632: I left town myself. Nothing tying me down.

Dr. Hoskins: Were you ever worried that your brother would wake up and dig his way out?

SCP-2632: Dirt has weight. He was stuck down there at the bottom for 120 years.

Dr. Hoskins: 120? You said you moved to Crossroads in 1867?

SCP-2632: Yeah. See, I been all over the world, but I always come back to Crossroads every once in a while. Some people might call it guilt, but honestly I just needed to know that the one man who could hurt me was still in the ground.

Dr. Hoskins: And he isn't?

SCP-2632: No. He isn't.

Dr. Hoskins: What do you mean?

SCP-2632: Back in '92 I made another pilgrimage out there. They were building a shopping center over the old graveyard. Big ol' machines went in and dug the whole area up.

Dr. Hoskins: Did they find your brother?

SCP-2632: They must've because he found me. Never saw him. Fucking coward caught me from behind. I ain't been hurt like that in a long fucking time. I ran and ran. I still don't know why he let me go.

Dr. Hoskins: What did you do after that?

SCP-2632: I went home and panicked. Figured the one sure way to avoid my fate was to sit in prison. So I headed out to Mount Rainier, killed a camper in Paradise, and sat next to the body until a hiker found me.

Dr. Hoskins: Right.

SCP-2632: If I'd been smart I'd have picked a state with no death penalty at all. But I fucked that up too.

Dr. Hoskins: Are you still worried about him coming for you?

SCP-2632: Not now, I don't think there's any way he could even know I'm here.

Dr. Hoskins: Why do you think he wants to come for you?

SCP-2632: I mean, are you serious?

Dr. Hoskins: Sure. Just for the record.

SCP-2632: Can you imagine not being able to move, not being able to breathe, and not being able to scream for 120 years?

Dr. Hoskins: Wouldn't that have driven him insane?

SCP-2632: Sure. I bet he went insane a few times down there. And right back to sane again. There's nothing I can say to change his mind. Probably not even angry anymore. He knows what I did and why I did it and he won't stop until I'm hurt just as bad as he was.

Dr. Hoskins: Alright. Thank you for your time. I imagine we'll have more questions for you tomorrow.

SCP-2632: Fine by me.

Incident 2632-63:

Following several recorded interviews, Dr. Hoskins began to hold informal interviews with SCP-2632 in order to ascertain the specifics of the ritual which produced its anomalous abilities, and the eventual fate of the individual who first informed him of the ritual itself. These interviews were unsuccessful in their stated goals. On November 12th, 2015, following 12 years of successful containment, SCP-2632 killed Dr. Hoskins during an unguarded interview.

No future interviews are to take place without a barrier separating SCP-2632 from Foundation staff. Research staff are to be accompanied by security personnel at all times when in the presence of SCP-2632.

Dr. Elizabeth Lane, SCP-2632 Project Head.

Incident 2632-65:

Following the death of Dr. Hoskins, a new project head was selected. Dr. Elizabeth Lane, the current SCP-2632 project head, was scheduled to interview SCP-2632 on December 18th. When she entered the interview chamber along with Agent Bill Cassidy, SCP-2632 began to suffer from what appeared to be a mental break.

SCP-2632 was unable to answer any questions coherently, and appeared to be unusually preoccupied with Agent Cassidy's presence. In order to facilitate a calming of the subject, Agent Cassidy will no longer be utilized as security for the SCP-2632 project.

Dr. Elizabeth Lane, SCP-2632 Project Head.

Due to SCP-2632's uncooperative nature, mental state, the danger it may pose to Foundation personnel, and the anomalous properties it possesses, it has been determined that the following actions are to be performed on December 20th, 2016, by order of the SCP-2632 project head.

The SCP-2632 project is to be reclassified as inactive.

SCP-2632 will be restrained, and placed on a steel platform. Exploiting SCP-2632's damage-resistant properties, a press will move a block of lead approximately SCP-2632's size downward until it molds into SCP-2632's shape. This press will keep SCP-2632 immobile until the reactivation of the SCP-2632 project.

SCP-2632's current project members will be reassigned to active projects, and SCP-2632's containment procedures are to be updated with these changes.

Dr. Elizabeth Lane, SCP-2632 Project Head.

The above proposed changes are tentatively approved. Dr. Lane, I would like to speak to you in the next few days. I have some concerns with regards to your utilizing Agent Cassidy's containment expertise in this matter. Please come and see me at your earliest convenience.

Dr. Cimmerian, Site-88 Ethics Committee Liaison.

On June 8th 2016, The Ethics Committee approved a proposal relating to SCP-2632 by Dr. Cimmerian. The task was completed on August 24th, 2016. The results of that project are listed below.

A search was made to determine the veracity of the SCP-2632's statements regarding its relatives. The burial site SCP-2632 described was found and the body inside was exhumed. The remains were buried under approximately half a meter of soil, though it was clearly apparent that at least one previous occupant had either been removed or extricated itself from the burial site.

The following is a facial reconstruction of the recovered remains.


Genetic identification indicates that this individual is strongly related to SCP-2632's still-living descendants. Due to the sex of the individual in question, it is believed to be the remains of Jacob Manfred. The current whereabouts of Bethany Manfred are still unknown.

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