Divine Hunger
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Item #: SCP-P

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Media outlets are to be suppressed and mentions of SCP-P removed.

Monotheistic houses of worship are to be monitored for signs of SCP-P infection. Individuals affected by SCP-P are to be detained and transported to Offsite Containment Facility 37. Those affected but not infected by SCP-P are to be amnesticized and released.

Description: SCP-P is a disease randomly affecting individual religious leaders of monotheistic religions. Individuals infected by SCP-P (referred to as SCP-P-A) become prone to bouts of extreme rage and aggression, ultimately leading SCP-P-A to attack another individual. It is unknown how SCP-P spreads, as normal methods of transmission (sharing of fluid, breathing affected air, etc) do not spread SCP-P.

SCP-P prevents the individual from contracting any of the diseases normally associated from contact with any human fluids or flesh, even if the they would normally transfer a disease.

SCP-P-A is able to eat an apparently unlimited amount of the person in an incredibly short amount of time, including the bones. No physiological changes have ever been noted in SCP-P-A. 100% of all attacks lead to the attempted consumption of the victim, with 87% of these attacks resulting in consumption of human flesh.

If SCP-P-1 is unable to consume human remains for a prolonged period of time, they will experience symptoms consistent with malnutrition (fatigue, dizziness, etc). If SCP-P-A continues to go without human flesh, they will eventually expire of heart failure. Autopsies have reveal no decrease in muscle mass or actual cause for heart failure.

Addendum-P-1: SCP-P was first encountered in 1967 affecting the Southern United States. An abnormal amount of cannibalism cases were encountered by police departments at the time, at which point the Foundation took over operations. Initial encounters were relatively rare, low in severity, and constrained to the Southern United States. However, since 1988, encounters have been steadily increasing in frequency, severity, and have spread to the rest of the United States.


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