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SCP-455 There's nothing about rooms rearranging themselves, but it's described as having interior dimensions and layout that don't match the exterior. Emphasis mine: SCP-455 is a large cargo ship currently run aground on the southern coast of Chile. Most of its structure is underwater and badly damaged, with rust coating 85 to 90 percent of all surfaces. ...


11

As other users have stated, it's true that most SCP articles won't have sufficient canon to answer hardly any additional questions (which is sort of the point of SCP). However, a corollary article to SCP-682 includes a list of experiments designed to destroy SCP-682. One of the experiments pits SCP-682 against SCP-173. While the account of the ...


7

In the Discussion section of the site it is mentioned that the last note of the page is a reference to homeless people and the election of Rudolph "Rudy" Giuliani: The following is also handwritten, but appears to be a formal letter: Your offer is accepted. The payment will be transferred upon completion of the project. Those miserable reprobates are ...


7

It clearly states in the description that The reddish brown substance on the floor is a combination of feces and blood. Origin of these materials is unknown. So there you go. It's unknown.


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As KHW says, it's highly unlikely that there is (or ever will be) a canon answer to your question. The SCP (Secure, Contain, Protect) website contains a series of single page Flash-Fiction stories, usually with some kind of photo-manipulated picture as an illustration. Although some of the "inmates" and objects contained within are the subject of fan-...


5

There are different items in the story of SCP-3848 that show a difference in morality or at least personal behavior. One instance of SCP-3848 in Wisconsin, for example, led to everyone forgetting the existence of canines, causing people to become fearful of dogs and unable to care for their own pets. Their reaction to all dog breeds, even friendly ones, ...


4

It could be Lord Blackwood in the Land of the Unclean. Matches the post apocalyptic setting, the flying monsters (the titular Unclean) and the militaristic elements. The Third Testament appears to have been written in the seventeenth century; and as I had not the time or inclination to read it in full, I referred to a history book about what is referred to ...


4

Valorum is correct in that SCP does not have a set canon most of the authors agree on certain broad facts when they refer to some of the same items and the reality anchors are one such item but the only real agreement is that they anchor reality somehow However SCPs themselves are usually only going to mention the item without explaining it the SCP format ...


3

Aha! SCP-5236! It's in the INQ-5236 section! For example: E5-2: Senior Researcher Corbett's negative reply to the black moon indicates falsehood and deception. Poetic analysis suggests a deliberate lie on Corbett's part, with knowledge of wrongdoing.


3

If you look at the next line in the SCP wiki it states: Documented speeds have varied from thirty-five (35) km/h to ███ km/h, and seems to depend on distance from SCP-096-1. At this point, no known material or method can impede SCP-096's progress. The actual position of SCP-096-1 does not seem to affect SCP-096's response; it seems to have an innate sense ...


3

Well, Scranton Reality Anchors (SRA’s) are typically constructed from the dead remains of a reality bender, according to S.C.P.-4231 (The Montauk house) however as previously stated there is no set cannon in the SCP universe and it should be treated thusly.


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