Item #: SCP-3333

Object Class: Keter

Laconic Containment Procedures: The trapdoor must be kept closed and locked, with security guarding it at all times. A MTF will assist with the containment and security of the SCP.

Laconic Description: SCP-3333 is a spatial anomaly in a Mount Fremont fire lookout. When the trapdoor on the ceiling is opened, the trapdoor opens to an exact copy of the same lookout, only one story higher than the last one. Starting from the second story, aka the first copy, no organic life of any kind seems to exist in the world outside of the lookout.

The height of the lookout is proportionate to the amount of copies explored, and the stairs outside the lookout can always be accessed, through it will take an equally proportioned amount of time to descend. The weather outside can differ.

At the 527th level, the copies end and are replaced by a group of the same lookouts, connected horizontally to each other with walkways. It is eternally dark and sounds do not echo. Entities roam the area, and will attempt to impersonate any explorers by paralyzing them then sucking out all internal organs and bones, then fitting itself into the skin of the victim.

Additional Context: SCP-3333 was an entry in the SCP-3000 Contest, where it won 3rd place.

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