SCP-5071
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rating: +29+x
2/5071 LEVEL 2/5071
CLASSIFIED
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Item #: SCP-5071
Safe
Assigned Site Site Director Research Head Assigned MTF
Site-122 Dr. Jordan Fitzsimmons Dr. Elizabeth Carver N/A

Special Containment Procedures:

SCP-5071-1 through SCP-5071-5 are currently being housed in a series of specially modified cryogenic containment chambers at Site-122 in order to prevent further decomposition.

Research into the processes by which the SCP-5071 instances were created is ongoing, though researchers have been advised to interact directly with the SCP-5071 instances as infrequently as possible.

SCP-5071-A is being held in Standard Anomalous Containment Locker 16 in the inert object storage wing of Site-122.

PoI-5071 remains at large as of 2020/06/13. Any information regarding the possible whereabouts of PoI-5071 should be immediately forwarded to Dr. Elizabeth Carver in the Anomalous Post-Mortem Pathology Department, or the current HMCL Supervisor.

Description:

SCP-5071 is the amalgamate designation for a collection of five cadavers (designated SCP-5071-1 through SCP-5071-5) discovered within an abandoned barn near Bramford, Ipswich. SCP-5071 instances have been mutilated in a variety of ways via anomalous means. It has been determined that these mutilations occurred post-mortem, and that each of the cadavers died as a result of violent, non-anomalous means.

The barn itself looked to have been lived in for several years, and was decorated as though it had seen use in the past as a combined artist's studio / living space. The front of the barn had been partially renovated to include a small cooking area, sleeping space, and seating area. The remainder of the space had been cleared and sectioned into work stations, each equipped with a variety of both mundane and anomalous supplies and tools. The SCP-5071 cadavers were found throughout the space as follows:

A heavily-damaged leather bound journal was found among the non-anomalous objects collected from the scene, and the torn pieces of parchment matched with corresponding places where pages had been torn out.

While the majority of the remaining pages were so extensively re-written and/or vandalized as to be illegible, there was one page that remained completely legible.

Disappear Spell



Need it to disappear? me


I wish i could have saved them. i would make the whole thing vanish.

or maybe it should be me.

i couldn't save them, i can bring them back i can make them pretty again i couldn't do any of that either.

i just wish i could disappear forever

Addendum:

Additional discovery into the identities of SCP-5071-1 through SCP-5071-5 positively identified them as the corpses of five persons of interest that were the subjects of a Foundation raid on a GoI-0267 ("Are We Cool Yet?") safehouse.

In November, 2018, Foundation sources uncovered the possible existence of extra band members belonging to the anomalous punk band PEOPLES CHOICE. The members' last known location was an abandoned farm house in Bramford, Ipswich that had been investigated after the SCP-4764 incident as a possible AWCY? safehouse.

MTF Delta-5 ("Front Runners") were deployed to recover the members by any means necessary. Due to the known hostility and threat posed by PEOPLES CHOICE, Delta-5 executed the raid with the authorization to utilize lethal force if the members did not cooperate.

When Delta-5 arrived, the members were performing a song by PEOPLES CHOICE. Despite repeated demands by the Delta-5 squad leader to cease the performance, the targets refused and the Delta-5 squad was forced to engage.

At this time an unknown sixth party, designated PoI-5071, intervened and the combined group was able to hold off Delta-5 for over three hours, with PoI-5071 utilizing an extensive array of thaumaturgic incantations in the conflict.

Despite the intervention of PoI-5071, all five targets were successfully eliminated, and PoI-5071 was forced to flee after sustaining multiple and severe injuries.

The cadavers of the targets were turned over to the local authorities for processing and burial under the cover story Gamma Two ("Industrial Accident"). Shortly afterwards, several corpses were reported missing from the Mid Suffolk administrative district morgue. It is now suspected that PoI-5071 is responsible for this, and the transportation of the cadavers to the location of discovery.

Several days after SCP-5071 was placed in containment, Site-122 received the following letter addressed to all five members.

I'm sorry.

nothing is working anymore

i just wanted to make you pretty again.

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