SCP-1782

Item #: SCP-1782

Laconic Containment Procedures: Guard its door and don't let anybody in. If you have to explore, use drones.

Laconic Description: It's an abandoned apartment in Ukraine that changes its shape, size, furniture, and other contents every night at the same time. Other than the (well-aged, worn-out) furniture, the stuff that shows up doesn't make much sense. Once it was an old man feeding himself to a bunch of kakapo; once it was a disembodied voice repeating "Shakes me, makes me lighter". Many of the manifestations kinda point either to the apartment's toilet, a hole at the bottom of one wall, or the concept of pregnancy.

Once, a weird guy with a TV camera appeared from in there and showed us that the toilet contained a mutilated fetus and that the hole in the wall contained something like a cross between a crying skeleton and a mini septic tank.

We tried to get a DNA sample from the fetus, but it yanked the researcher who tried it down the toilet.

Additional Context: The fetus would've been a reality bender, but its mother aborted it. It was not happy about her choice, so it turned her into a septic tank. All the weird shapeshifting is because the fetus is imposing its thoughts on the world, but the thoughts are mixed up through a half-formed brain.

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