Idea from Puppy

Classification: Safe

Containment: SCP-XXX is to be kept in a locked box. SCP-XXX Is never to be removed except for testing. Instances of SCP-XXX-1 Are to be kept in Psych ward [Black boxes] until they are deemed by foundation psychiatrists to be fit to leave (or terminated normally if they are class D).

Description: SCP-XXX appears to be an ordinary bowling pin. Some individuals who view the object will be effected by its properties. Those individuals are reclassified as SCP-XXX-1.

Instances of SCP-XXX-1 Will report the existence a fictitious individual that they claim viewed the object with them and disappeared upon seeing it. They will claim to possess memories of this individual and their relations with others and themselves. Those individuals claimed to have relationships with the fictitious individual are usually real but sometimes fictional.

Instances of SCP-XXX-1 Will often look for pictures, birth certificates, records etc. they claim prove the existence the individual they claim was "erased" by SCP-XXX. In every case, the records of this person do not exist and photographs do not contain them.

Testing Log:

Test: Agent D- was instructed to look at the object
Result: No Abnormalities detected.

Test: Agent D- was instructed to look at the object
Result: Claimed that the foundation had ordered another individual to go in with him. And that the other individual had disappeared.

Interview Log:

Agent *: So tell me, who did you see?

SCP-XXX-1: Another D, named Anthony, put away for raping his son. You guys sent us in to see what would happen if two(2) people saw it.

Agent *: We have no record of such a person nor does anyone know of the child you describe. And no such test has ever been conducted.

SCP-XXX-1: Yes it has, and probably dozens of times, but every time one vanishes along with every trace of them. All as if they never existed. (Subject becomes hysterical at this point and is terminated).

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