SCP-4507
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Item #: SCP-4507

Object Class: Euclid

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SCP-4507 after 90 minutes of traversal.

Special Containment Procedures: The entrance to SCP-4507 has been cordoned off from public access. A small shopfront at the entrance has been converted into a makeshift security station, where two Foundation agents have been embedded as convenience store clerks.

Should non-authorised personnel gain access to SCP-4507, MTF Lambda-5 ("White Rabbits") is to be called in for search-and-rescue operations. UPDATE: Members of the task force are to be screened and selected based on the number of surviving family members. Individuals with deceased next-of-kin, separated spouses or who generally exhibit symptoms of social anxiety are to be excluded.

Description: SCP-4507 is an alleyway located in Akihabara, Tokyo, measuring 1 meter wide and surrounded by high-rise concrete buildings. Within the alley are sewage pipes, air-conditioning units and doorways that are either locked or open to brick-and-mortar walls. Satellite imagery confirms the distance between the alleyway's entry-point and exit at 152 meters.

If two or more individuals enter SCP-4507, they emerge approximately 5 minutes later at the center of ███████-████ Street, with no anomalous activity recorded. However, if an individual enters SCP-4507 alone, he/she will be unable to locate the exit, no matter how much time is spent in traversal.

Discovery: Foundation agents were called in to investigate the area after a high concentration of missing-persons cases was reported.


Launched April 07 2016 | Confirmation of initial anomaly | Loss of D-class personnel


Record of individuals suspected of entering SCP-4507 | Current whereabouts unknown by local authorities


Dr. Mori reported missing | Audio-logs recovered from personal computer, within SCP-4507


Primary Objective: Remand Dr. Mori for dereliction of duty | Secondary Objective: Terminate D-9456 on sight


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