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Item #: SCP-126

Object Class: Safe/Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-126 is to be kept within Containment Cell #87816 at all times. Release or escape of SCP-126 will result in the immediate launch of Evacuation Procedure 44-S9, and the termination of accomplice(s). Only Level 3 personnel are permitted to enter Containment Cell #87816. Staff planning future personal contact with SCP-126 must go through mental training to avoid permanent emotional attachment.

(Notice: For information regarding Evacuation Procedure 44-S9, please see Document 44-S9)

Description: SCP-126 bears no true physical appearance: for all intents and purposes, SCP-126 is an utterly invisible entity of unknown origins consisting only of a female voice. SCP-126 is sentient, with the ability to speak various human languages (and a number of unknown languages). SCP-126 has held multiple full-length conversations with personnel who have entered Containment Cell #87816 for extended research.

She was found in a modern day, occupied house in [DATA EXPUNGED] that was described as haunted by the residents. After a series of agreements made with SCP-126, the entity deliberately decided to stay in Site-19. Although SCP-126 cannot be seen, footsteps can be heard clearly when she decides to move.

Personnel that have held conversations with SCP-126 have commonly become extremely emotionally attached to her, talking as if they have known her for years. In a few notable cases, staff emotions have grown extreme enough to the point of love, regardless of gender or sexual preferences. These cases have resulted in multiple attempts to release SCP-126. Research has found emotional extremes are inevitable without proper mental therapy. Those who fall in love with SCP-126 have all died of starvation due to refusal to perform any action other than communication with SCP-126.

Personality traits of SCP-126 include:

  • Arachnophobia
  • Strong desire to help where and when it is needed
  • Attraction to men who are intelligent and humorous
  • Attachment to children

Although lacking any observable physical form, SCP-126 has not demonstrated the ability to pass through physical objects or barriers. SCP-126 appears to require no nourishment to survive.

Document 44-S9:

[Evacuation Procedure 44-S9 has been made specifically for SCP-126]

If SCP-126 is released or escapes from Containment Cell #87816, personnel within vicinity must:
1. Keep hands over ears to avoid hearing the voice of SCP-126.
2. Continue with caution as not to accidentally make physical contact with SCP-126.
3. Follow designated route to Sector 12, Sound Compressed Room 33.
4. Have one staff member lock the door of Sound Compressed Room 33.
5. Wait until authorized security personnel reports the safe containment of SCP-126.
Any personnel not following the above procedures in the event of SCP-126’s escape must be immediately terminated to avoid further attempts at release.

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