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SCP-3963

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This file is currently pending a rewrite as of Incident-SCP-3963-1 (attached).

Item Number: SCP-3963

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Item is to be stored in Containment Locker #963, and is to be handled solely through the use of machines outside of testing. Only D-Class may interact with SCP-3963 directly.

Description: SCP-3963 is a pendant consisting of a 2-ply laid rope made from a currently-unidentified plant fiber and a translucent emerald-green piece of jadeite, cut into the form of a spiral; presumed to be intended as a piece of jewelry. Humans who come into contact with or otherwise handle SCP-3963, even with the aid of protective garments or tools, disappear instantaneously.

Humans who vanish in this fashion appear in SCP-3963-A, though they are still able to be heard and spoken to by those in SCP-3963's vicinity. Communication in this fashion can only be achieved with the last subject that comes into contact with SCP-3963.

SCP-3963-A is a fully-organic locale, presumed to be extradimensional. Subject have reported a variety of environments, making mapping of the region difficult. Subjects typically complain of a sharp pain at a random location in their body upon manifesting in SCP-3963-A.

The object was discovered by civilian archaeologists, at a dig site thirty meters South of the Temple of Kukulcan, in Yucatan, Mexico. Two members of the dig were lost exploring a newly-uncovered chamber, with the remaining parties reporting their absence and subsequent ethereal communications to local authorities; Agents Went and Castillo were dispatched to investigate. The anomalous properties of the object were discovered once Agent Castillo made contact with SCP-3963, which was later recovered with the use of an explosives ordinance disposal robot. The surviving members of the dig were made to sign non-disclosure agreements, with one Professor Diaz electing instead to become inducted as a level one Foundation employee; and a suitable cover story involving a cave-in was disseminated to the public.

Agent Castillo was able to divulge little information regarding SCP-3963-A, describing the area in which he was in as foul-smelling and wet. He also complained of difficulty in breathing since his arrival. The Agent was instructed to remain still and await retrieval, and replied that he was also stuck in unknown foreign matter, and could not free himself. Initial testing took place to discern the nature of SCP-3963, and to determine the possibility of recovering Agent Castillo and the lost civilians.

Testing Log:

Test 1:

Subject: D-963-Z

Summary: All audio/video and GPS devices ceased transmitting upon the subject's disappearance, along with three meters of cable attached to the subject's harness. Subject complained of abdominal pain upon manifestation within SCP-3963-A. She reported appearing in a large, "fleshy", ovoid-shaped chamber; which extended upwards past the what could be illuminated by her flashlight. The chamber was described as soft to the touch. The subject experienced difficulty traversing the terrain due to a rhythmic expansion and contraction of the area. Subject claimed to be alone, and incapable of finding an exit.

D-963-Z was instructed to climb the walls of the area to find a means of escape. Thirty minutes into her ascent, subject began shouting expletives, and relayed to the team that she had lost her grip. Subject was heard screaming for twelve seconds before stopping abruptly - after this point only muffled vocalizations could be heard.

Notes: Communications from Agent Castillo were noted to become absent upon D-963-Z's interaction with SCP-3963.

Test 2:

Subject: D-963-Y

Summary: Subject was heard gagging and vomiting for several minutes before she could compose herself. Subject reported appearing face-down in a wet shaft, barely large enough to move in. She could not reach her flashlight to see, but described the area as having a foul stench. Test aborted after twenty minutes of failed effort from the subject in freeing herself.

Notes: As with the previous test, vocalizations from the previous entrant ceased when the current subject disappeared. Description revised.

Test 3:

Subject: D-963-X

Summary: N/A. Subject seemingly made an attempt to speak, but produced an incoherent mumble before falling silent.

Test 4:

Subject: D-963-W

Summary: Subject screamed upon entering SCP-3963-A, and repeatedly begged for assistance. Subject claimed that he was being held aloft in a tight cavity that fully inhibited movement. Subject reportedly experienced difficulty in breathing, and ceased responding after two minutes - presumably expiring due to compressive asphyxia.

Test 5:

Subject: D-963-V

Summary: N/A.

Notes: Test terminated due to budget concerns and gross waste of D-Class personnel.


Incident Log:

During transport of SCP-3963, its rope snapped, and the object fell to the ground - shattering upon impact. Instantaneously, a middle-aged male appeared. He was wearing a highly-stylized pati and feathered headdress typical of Mayan royalty. The man appeared confused, and balked at his surroundings for approximately thirty seconds. He began to scream, and tore at his clothing.

A large bulge began to form on his chest. Researcher Patel approached the individual to offer his assistance. The bulge swelled rapidly and ruptured in a violent manner - the force of which destroyed the individual's upper body, killing him and knocking R. Patel to the ground.

A young woman, covered head-to-toe in bile and blood, was seen to be ejected from the wound. She managed to climb to her feet with assistance from R. Patel, whom she thanked repeatedly in Spanish. As R. Patel contacted medical personnel, the woman doubled-over. Her stomach rapidly became engorged and ruptured - killing her, showering R. Patel in viscera and knocking him to the ground, and producing the corpse of an unidentified male who exhibited corrosive burns over the entirety of his body.

As the corpse lay on the ground, its lower-back swelled and burst, producing Agent Castillo, who appeared shaken. His lower-body was noted to be caked in fecal matter. Agent Castillo recognized R. Patel, and pleaded for his assistance. The Agent crawled on all fours towards R. Patel, who crawled away, attempting to distance himself from the Agent. The Agent began to hyperventilate, and clutched his chest - out from which exploded D-963-Z.

D-963-Z's trajectory through the air caused her to land on top of R. Patel, who was unable to free himself before the D-Class's abdomen swelled between the two personnel, exploded, and produced D-963-Y; who inadvertently kicked R. Patel in the face upon her sudden appearance. R. Patel managed to stand and distance himself from the D-Class - who swore loudly and swore vengeance upon the personnel who had signed her up for testing with SCP-3963. She brandished the flashlight that had been assigned to her on her exploration as a weapon, and approached R. Patel in a threatening manner, prior to the corpse of D-963-X exploding from her genital area - killing her instantly.

D-963-X's head rapidly swelled and produced the corpse of D-963-W, who appeared to have bits of brain-matter about his person.

Security and medical personnel arrived at this time. Personnel kept their distance from D-963-W's corpse, before Director Adelaide informed them via intercom that D-963-W was the last subject to have been exposed to SCP-3963, and that the danger had subsided. As cleanup operations began, D-963-W's corpse underwent changes similar to his predecessors. The subject's body exploded, producing a humanoid creature. It stood at approximately 5 meters tall, and was covered in a jet-black keratinous substance. It possessed claws, a pair of large, curled horns, and a pair of webbed wings.

This creature shrieked at personnel upon manifesting, and lashed out with its claws in an aggressive manner. It darted across the room, knocking R. Patel out of its way and fracturing two of his ribs. It fell to its knees at the remains of SCP-3963, and swiftly began scooping the constituent pieces together into a pile, screaming the entire time and exhibiting panic. After twelve seconds of unsuccessfully piecing SCP-3963 back together; the entity let out a loud, sustained shriek, and spontaneously combusted, leaving only a pile of ashes on the floor.

Due to his proximity to the creature during its combustion, R. Patel's eyebrows were singed off.
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