SCP-5227
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3/5227 LEVEL 3/5227
CLASSIFIED
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Item #: SCP-5227
neutralized

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Antuco, Chile, during SCP-5227.


SPECIAL CONTAINMENT PROCEDURES: SCP-5227 is considered neutralized. Access to the Foundation observation post in Antuco is restricted to Foundation personnel with 5/5227 clearance.

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Foliage in Antuco.

DESCRIPTION: SCP-5227 was an anomalous weather formation centered around Antuco, an abandoned Chilean village, and lasted from June 8th to 10th, 1976. SCP-5227 manifested as a fog descending on Antuco and completely covered the village, drastically reducing visibility and communications. The anomaly was originally identified as such due to its observational anomaly and rapid formation— weather sensors at Facility 57, 23km from Antuco, depicted SCP-5227 as a static blur during its three-minute formation (1:07AM - 1:10AM local time). Attempts to hail the Foundation observation post in Antuco through radio resulted in failure. Further testing confirmed SCP-5227 had the anomalous capability to block radio transmissions.

A 3-man expedition from MTF PI-3 "Garcas Oligarcas" was planned to ascertain the status of Antuco. Several hours before departure, another agent was added to the expedition. The thick forest surrounding Antuco and the exceedingly low visibility made vehicular and aerial travel infeasible. The team departed Facility 57 on foot at T+6 hours.


ADDENDUM 5227.1

EXPEDITION LOGS — 6.8.1976



ADDENDUM 5227.2

EXPEDITION LOGS — 6.9.1976



ADDENDUM 5227.3

EXPEDITION LOGS — 6.10.1976



ADDENDUM 5227.3

SEALED TO CLEARANCE 5/5227



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