SCP-5353
rating: -17+x

Item #: SCP-5353

Object Class: Explained

Disclaimer: SCP-5353 is an electronic cell phone, resembling a 5th Generation IPod Touch created by Apple. It was originally found buried in the remains of a broken down house in █████, Massachusetts in 19██ and was brought to Site-15. Due to cell phones not being invented until 1973, and this type of cell phone not being announced until 2012; this one was considered anomalous. It wasn’t until 2013 that SCP-5353 was considered explained and taken out of Site-15. Though the device itself has been explained, how it was found in 19██ is still unknown. The following is the old document for SCP-5353.

Object Class: Euclid Neutralized

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-5353 is to be kept in a standard containment locker at all times of the day. Researchers are allowed into SCP-5353’s locker through 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM, as SCP-5353 starts to produce a loud ringing noise at that time, which effects are unknown. Researchers are allowed to enter SCP-5353’s locker at any time due to SCP-5353 no longer producing this noise. No other personnel are permitted to enter SCP-5353’s locker unless given permission by the Site Director.

Description: SCP-5353 is a small electronical device which can produce an image using light when a certain sequence of buttons is pressed and a code is entered. A glass case covers the front of the device, which when touched changes the image it shows. The main image it shows is of a blurry forest with brightly colored boxes. On some of these boxes are familiar items like wrenches and gears, but most of them are unidentifiable. Around 4:00 PM, the device produces a noise whose effects are unknown. Many tests have been done to see what this noise does, but none of them have come up with conclusive answers. SCP-5353 has stopped showing light and has stopped making any noise.

Addendum: SCP-5353 has stopped showing light and has stopped making any noise. Research pending.

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