SCP-5364
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3/5364 LEVEL 3/5364
CLASSIFIED
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Item #: SCP-5364
Neutralized

Special Containment Procedures: The residence which receives SCP-5364's transmissions has been purchased by a Foundation front company and Provisional Site-322 has been established within the home. Due to SCP-5364's size and distance from Earth, it poses no threat to the world and/or normalcy.


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SCP-5364-1

Description: SCP-5364 is a 70-millimeter film projector currently orbiting Pluto at a speed of 1.5 km/s. SCP-5364 has been orbiting Pluto for at least 40 years; No alteration in the orbit has been noted.

SCP-5364 will broadcast encrypted messages, videos, and images to a home in the residential neighborhood of Bella Vista, Philadelphia, PA on the following dates:

  • February 14th
  • April 29th
  • August 4th

SCP-5364-1 is a 1959 model 'Philco' Black and White television which is capable of decrypting and displaying the transmissions on its screen.

Items recovered within Provisional Site-322 include the following:

  • A single golden wedding band; a stamp reading 'G+M 1948' was found along the interior of the band.
  • An empty cigar box; a monogram reading GMJ is printed on the outer leather cover.
  • A framed photograph of a man at around 20 years of age in an American WWII uniform.

A search into the prior owners of the property has not uncovered anything conclusive.


Addendum One — Recovered Transmissions



Addendum Two — Neutralization


On December 14, 2015 at 6:08 PM, what turned out to be SCP-5364's final broadcast was received:

SEE YOU SOON, MARTHA

Death records at this time found that Alzheimer's patient Martha Jeina had passed away at 6:03 PM. The Foundation began a subsequent investigation of SCP-5364 on February 16th, 2016; the item was discovered to be accompanied by a second projector secured to its right side.

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