A real chatter box
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Item #: SCP-1994

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-1994 is to be kept in a standard containment cell along a d-class personal with a two-way intercom and digital recording device that is on at all times. scp 1994's slider is to positioned at v when not used for testing.

Description: SCP-1994 is a late 1940's-early 1950's style radio connected to a record player of the same timeframe.
scp 1994 has three dials on it's side labeled tuning, volume, an unlabeled third dial, a three position slider labeled r, t, and v, a power button, a retractable 6 ft antenna and a red button labeled "kill". When activated, scp 1994 begins to play like an ordinary radio, except it appears to pick up radio stations from the past or play modern radio stations like they would sound in that time era. The unamed dial appears to control the year it picks up broadcasts, the earliest year it can recieve
is 1920 dispite there being no radio stations present at that time, when tuned to this station voices and giggling can be heard. the latest year it picks up is the current one, which is 20██. scp 1994 only picks up radio stations when the slider is set to r. When the slider is set is set to t
The "voice" of 1994 appears to be that of a post-adolescent female. Voice pattern has returned no known matches.

History: SCP-1994 came to foundation in 19, when numerous calls from an apartment building in ████████████,Co complaining of hearing a voice in the basement were intercepted by local Subject was obtained and brought in without complication. Locals were convinced it was a prank involving a tape recorder, no amnesiacs were administered.


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