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Title: Drowned Souls Fit in This Hole

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All personnel that read this file will automatically become part of Containment Team 3NNN. Members of O5 Command, site directors, Level 4 researchers, and other important personnel must not read below this warning to avoid risks associated with Containment Team 3NNN. To prevent the spread of such risks, do not alert other subjects to the existence of this file.

Do not investigate the deaths of Containment Team 3NNN personnel.


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Item #: SCP-3NNN

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: Variable. Personnel will learn their procedures open entering SCP-3NNN-B and will complete them.

New members of Containment Team 3NNN must identify themselves in the Containment Team 3NNN Personnel Dossier and will update their status on a daily basis, as well as writing reports on experiences in SCP-3NNN-B. It is recommended that personnel keep track of their time since exiting SCP-3NNN-A, as to know when they will enter SCP-3NNN-B and make adequate preparations. Personnel that fail to update will be considered deceased until further notice. For the best chances of survival, researchers should operate in groups of two or more persons while in the dimension.

The Head Researchers of Containment Team 3NNN will continue their investigation into the anomaly. No other personnel need to be involved in the investigation.

Description: SCP-3NNN is an unknown infohazardous anomaly, suspected to be or to have been an object. Subjects exposed to information regarding SCP-3NNN will experience a localized reality shift (designated SCP-3NNN-A) every 25 hours after exposure, which forms a short lived wormhole that transports them to SCP-3NNN-B, an extradimensional space.

The reality of SCP-3NNN-B appears to be unstable, granting subjects within it significant reality bending abilities.1 Details consistent across the experiences of all subjects within it is that it resembles a Foundation containment site, flooded and located at the bottom of an ocean. A number of entities have been encountered within this region, tentatively designated SCP-3NNN-C. The only coloration present is with shades of purple, though some SCP-3NNN-C instances possess different coloration.

After 8 hours subjects will enter an SCP-3NNN-A instance and exit SCP-3NNN-B, manifesting in the same position they previously occupied. Alterations that occurred to subjects in SCP-3NNN-B may be present after exiting.

It has been determined by Containment Team 3NNN that actions performed by researchers in SCP-3NNN-B constitute as the containment for SCP-3NNN. The actions required are variable, though a majority involve interactions with SCP-3NNN-C instances and the retrieval of anomalous objects. How containment is exactly achieved is under investigation by Head Researchers.

Discovery: It is unknown when SCP-3NNN was discovered. Although Foundation databases reference an anomaly known as SCP-3NNN as having existed as early as 1999, a majority of all files are heavily corrupted or missing. No current members of Containment Team 3NNN know when the team was first formed, and none know any members that joined before the year 20142 The oldest recovered documentation on SCP-3NNN is the following, created on 31-August-2008:

Item #: SCP-3NNN

Containment Class: Keter

Threat Level: Red

Anomaly Class: Existent

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-3NNN will be stored in a Physicality Dampening Safe at Site-91, monitored by at least one member of Containment Team 3NNN at any given time. Water with a salinity of 35,000 ppm will be continually circulated in and out of the safe, with specialized filtration systems removing all unreal detritus SCP-3NNN produces.

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Description: SCP-3NNN is neutralized.

No records of a Site-91 have been found. Although Physicality Dampening Safes were a proposed piece of technology for the containment of reality hazards, they were never constructed due to high costs and potential design flaws that could not be corrected without compromising the machine's functions. This information has been intentionally left in the current file iteration in the event that it becomes relevant or is relevant to current containment procedures.

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