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SCP-XXX pictured before containment.

Item #: SCP-XXX

Object class: Euclid Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXX is to be within a 6m by 6m by 4m room within Containment Site ██. Every week, all stationed guards must switch with a second rotation at weekly intervals. All research groups must have some form of training or experience in psychology before entry. The room is to be lined with heavy soundproofing to avoid disturbing nearby staff.

Description: SCP-XXX is a 3.7m by 3.7m by 3m cuboid of moderately cracked concrete, containing the cadaver of a female [DATA REDACTED]. All damage the concrete sustains is permanent. The cadaver within SCP-XXX has undergone Active Decay. The only anomalous feature of note is that there is an entity designated SCP-XXX-01 that has been estimated to be the voice of the corpse within SCP-XXX.

SCP-XXX-1 is initially unresponsive towards questions concerning its past and will become angry whenever interrogation continues. SCP-XXX-1 has repeatedly attempted to persuade researchers into damaging XXX. Due to the nature and history of XXX, all personnel must report for psychological re-evaluation as SCP-XXX-1 has had a notable effect on the morale of researchers and test subjects who have spoken with it. Testing to see if this effect is telepathic is ongoing. After Interview XXX-03 SCP-XXX-01 has been unresponsive to foundation personnel. SCP-XXX is not to be disturbed.

SCP-XXX was discovered in a basement of a house in ████████, England after reports of screaming my local neighbors. All previous owners of the house are either missing or dead with an exception of ███████ █████, who was alive at the time of recovery for the SCP. ███████ █████ was most notable for [DATA REDACTED], and was taken into D-class for questioning regarding the origins of SCP-XXX.

Addendum XXX-03: Although SCP-XXX-01 is unresponsive, it still reacts to stimuli. Most notably is incident SCP-XXX Termination Attempt 01, where SCP-XXX-01 responded during incineration, prompting recovery of the subject.

Interview log XXX-01:

Interviewed: SCP-XXX

Interviewer: Dr. ██████

Foreword: Dr. ██████ has hypothesised that due to the assumed age of SCP-XXX-1 being between [DATA REDACTED], therapy for the approximate age may work. This is his first encounter with SCP-XXX.

Dr. ██████: Greetings, SCP-XXX-1. You know why I am here, don't you?

SCP-XXX-1: Can you help me?

Dr. ██████: I am not allowed tell you that. You do know why I am here, right?

[SCP-XXX-1 is unresponsive for several minutes.]

Dr. ██████: [Dr. ██████ sighs and writes down a note.] Where are you from?

SCP-XXX-1: [SCP-XXX-1 pauses for several seconds.] I don't know…

Dr. ██████: Okay then. What do you want?

SCP-XXX-1: I want out! It's dark in here, and it smells bad!

Dr. ██████: What does it smell like?

SCP-XXX-1: It smells really bad, like something died! Please let me out of here…

Dr. ██████: I cannot do that.

SCP-XXX-1: Yes you can, please let me out…

Dr. ██████: …I have that in consideration.

SCP-XXX-1: Oh god, somebody help me out of here!

Dr. ██████: Please calm down. We cannot talk to you when you are acting up.

SCP-XXX-1: How would you feel if you were in here? Let! Me! Out!

[Unintelligible.]

[SCP-XXX-1 screams.]

<End Log>
Closing Statement: Dr. ██████ seems to have forgotten Standard SCP Interrogation Protocol temporarily. This is unusual compared to his previous work. Testing for telepathic activity between SCP-XXX and D-class is authorised.

Segment of Interview log XXX-03:

Dr. █████: We cannot let you out. This is the way it has to be, I am afraid.

SCP-XXX-1: Please, I have a family!

Dr. █████: You have been here for over ██ years. Whatever family you may have had has been long gone.

Addendum XXX-01: After Interview XXX-01-05, SCP-XXX has become totally unresponsive to all foundation staff. Containment procedures updated accordingly.

Addendum XXX-02: We can just lock it away now, Requesting classification to Safe from euclid. -Dr. █████

Request Granted. -O5-█.