SCP-5480
rating: -11+x

Item #: SCP-5480

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-5480 is to be handled by staff knowledgeable in various jobs needed for running a bank such as bank tellers, loan officers, investment bankers, and a bank manager. SCP-5480 is open to the public so as to not raise suspicion among the general populous but must be carefully monitored at all times. Any individual effected by SCP-5480 should be given Class-A amnestics.

Description: SCP-5480 appears to be a standard issue bank owned by American banking company Chase Bank. Little is known about SCP-5480's origins only that banking records for it go back to the 1860s. SCP-5480 is different from others of its kind by having 5 white boxes with the words “ticket collection” written on them outside of SCP-5480 now classified as SCP-5480-1.

SCP-5480's anomalous ability manifests whenever an individual deposits an amount of money over $10,000 in the time span of 30 days. SCP-5480's anomalous property only activates when given United States standard currency (United States Dollar). This will cause exactly half of the amount deposited to be misplaced and replaced with a small paper ticket now classified as SCP-5480-2. Each ticket is labeled with a different letter designation that is affected by the amount deposited. If instances of SCP-5480-2 are placed inside SCP-5480-1 a mental anomaly will play in the individual's mind. All individuals who experienced SCP-5480 have stated that it was a message from a deceased family member that the individual was close to. Depending on the ticket the anomaly can last from 5 minutes to up to 1 hour.

























































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