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Item #: SCP-2647

Object Class: Euclid (pending Keter)

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-2647 is impossible to fully contain, but efforts should be particularly focused on blocking online advertisements and encouraging the adoption of digital media over that of newspapers and phonebooks. All analog instances of SCP-2647-A are to be reported and forcibly redacted as inconspicuously as possible.

All discovered SCP-2647-B instances are to be maintained in isolation. (see Addendum-2647-1) withheld with non-fatal force, if necessary, and made to call the provided SCP-2647 number to end their policies.

Description: SCP-2647 is a company or entity which publicly goes by the name “Omega Life Insurance”. Advertisements for the company, designated SCP-2647-A, date back to 1957, first appearing in newspapers and phonebooks, and later online.1 800 numbers given by the advertisements invariably differ in each instance, and are not traceable to any addresses. Furthermore, the addresses provided by SCP-2647-A similarly differ, and do not appear to exist in any maps or directories.

If any sapient being calls the provided number, an automated voice on the other end will give the options of starting, changing, or ending an insurance policy. Policies range from a price of $1000 to $3000 per year, depending on the number of individuals covered, though all include an additional charge simply labeled "expenses".2 Once a call has been made or attempted, the advertisement will soon vanish from its location and be replaced with a new, non-anomalous advertisement. However, the number can be retained if written down beforehand, and will still allow for the user to contact SCP-2647.

Should the option of starting a policy be chosen and purchased, said individual and anyone he or she chooses to include (typically the individual’s immediate family) will become an instance of SCP-2647-B. SCP-2647-B possess and exert the following anomalous attributes:

  • A lack of biological aging beyond thirty years old. Instances above the age of thirty who start a policy will age in reverse over the specific amount of time between their current age and thirty. People who regularly interact with SCP-2647-B will suffer mild or severe premature aging, in proportion to the average amount of time spent interacting with SCP-2647-B.
  • Immunity to life-threatening diseases, both infectious and noninfectious.3 If an instance has such a disease at the time the policy is started, its symptoms will rapidly vanish within three days at most. Otherwise healthy individuals who regularly interact with SCP-2647-B will occasionally suffer fatal diseases associated with the age, genetics or health practices of SCP-2647-B.
  • Probability-defying luck in avoiding or surviving potentially fatal events, such as vehicular crashes, shootouts, and similar occurrences.4 In all cases, certain people who regularly interact with SCP-2647-B instances will experience fatal accidents at roughly the same time as those avoided or survived by SCP-2647-B.

Ending a policy will result in the cancellation of the above anomalous effects. Depending on a number of factors, the following phenomena will result:

  • The policy holder will rapidly and dramatically revert to his or her chronological age, often fatally, especially in the case of those who were already elderly at the time of becoming an SCP-2647-B instance. Non-fatal instances usually claim to find the experience traumatic, and require amnestics. The former instance’s peers will cease to suffer the effects of premature aging, and maintain remarkable health throughout the rest of their lives.
  • Diseases resulting from infection, genetics or poor healthcare incurred while the policy is active will usually (in 86% of all known cases) be suffered by the former SCP-2647-B instance, an experience which usually results in death if not treated. Peers suffering from terminal diseases will experience a rapid recovery if not already dead.
  • Those who avoided or survived life-threatening events while policy holders will suffer one or more accidents soon after ending the policy, which, in 75% of all known cases, will prove fatal in the initial accident. Random peers will experience extremely good luck in avoiding and surviving dangerous events.

As of 2017, 143 separate instances of SCP-2647-B have been apprehended by the Foundation.

Addendum-2647-1: Attempts at isolating SCP-2647-B instances has resulted in their anomalous properties being effected on any available security personnel in disproportionate levels, regardless of interaction. All instances must be forced to cancel their policies by necessity.

Case Log SCP-2647-Alpha

Foreword: All of the following are recent examples of SCP-2647-B who were forced to cancel their policies with retained phone numbers from SCP-2647-A. Compliance was obtained in all cases via shock collar, and all surviving instances were administered amnestics.

Date: 03/25/2005
Subject: Morton Reginald, policy holder since 1972, enacted at age 35. Reginald had since married and divorced twice, with two children from each marriage. None of his resulting family were covered by SCP-2647.
Results: Upon ending the call, Reginald collapsed and went into a fifteen-minute coma. While unconscious, Reginald’s skin became wrinkled and liver spotted, most of his hair fell out, and his heart briefly stopped, requiring the assistance of a defibrillator.
Notes: Afterward, a barmaid that Reginald was known to romance recovered from liver cancer, and Reginald’s second wife survived a mugging.

Date: 05/08/2005
Subject: Margaret Webb, policy holder since 1958, enacted at age 62. Webb was unmarried throughout the entirety of her time as an SCP-2647-B instance.
Results: Webb shrieked before dropping the phone and collapsed to the floor instantly. Over the course of the next two minutes, Webb convulsed as her teeth fell out, her hair turned from blonde to gray to white, and her skin became increasingly thinner. Eventually, Webb gasped “help” before finally dying. Forensic testing revealed that she had died of a heart attack at the biological age of 87, but had been dead for twenty-two years.
Notes: Webb’s lawyer, the fifth in her lifetime, missed a flight which later crashed, sparing no survivors.

Date: 10/15/2005
Subject: Dominick and Heather Maxwell, family policy holders since 1976, enacted at respective ages of 50 and 47. The Maxwells had two adolescent children, Robert and Janice, respectively aged 17 and 14 at the time the policy was started.
Results: Heather Maxwell went comatose and aged by thirty-nine years. Dominick Maxwell underwent a similar process but suddenly died midway through when an overhead ventilation shaft inexplicably loaded with concrete crashed through the ceiling on top of him, killing him instantly. Later investigation revealed that Maxwell had been staying at a hotel in 1998, which caught fire, only for Maxwell to avoid death via the discovery of a gas mask and rope ladder under the bed in his room. Both of Maxwell’s children claimed to feel “woozy” when the policy was ended, but suffered no ill effects.
Notes: Heather Maxwell’s sister, described by her doctors as “hours” from death by ovarian cancer, fully recovered after the policy was ended. An elderly friend of Dominick Maxwell later claimed to feel especially rejuvenated, and was described by others as looking and acting “decades” younger.

Date: 11/06/2005
Subject: Robert and Vivian Gomez, policy holders since 1974, enacted at respective ages of 65 and 60. Vincent Gomez, a son, was born in 1990.
Results: Both Gomezes collapsed and aged as in previous cases, but neither survived. Vincent Gomez panicked as he slowly aged in reverse, shrinking first into an infant, then into a fetus, then an embryo, before vanishing entirely.
Notes: The next-door neighbors of the Gomezes, a couple who were unable to conceive over the past seven years of their marriage, had twins nine months after the policy was ended.

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