Item #: SCP-3662

Object Class: Safe

Laconic Special Containment Procedures: Secure it in a locked box. Nobody is permitted to touch it outside of testing.

Laconic Description: SCP-B is a small clockwork device with a set of anomalies. Upon touching SCP-B, the subject will rapidly fall unconscious, and their 'soul' will be stored inside SCP-B. The next person that touches the object will adopt the consciousness stored inside SCP-B, causing them to believe that they are the last person to touch the object. Their originall consciousness will be transferred to SCP-B.

A consciousnesses stored inside SCP-B will be damaged depending on how long it was stored there.


Additional Context: A consciousness identifying as Laura was trapped within SCP-B for nearly a decade. She has lost all use of both legs and her left arm, not to mention going blind and being incapable of speech. She can write, though, and is interviewed. Her testimony, backed up by a newspaper clipping, tells the story of Laura, Mr Light, and his chronically ill daughter Emily.

Emily had Hemophilia, and will either die or live a very hard life. Unable to bear the thought, Light used SCP-B to extract Laura's soul and carried her body back home. He then used SCP-B to switch the two girl's minds. Emily now has a body.

A normal, healthy, Hemophilia free body.

Laura is left inside SCP-B, and Light returns Emily(in Laura's body) two weeks later, spinning a story about rescuing her from kidnappers. 'Laura' never acts the same again, but that is attributed to her 'ordeal' with the kidnappers. Years later, the Foundation discovers SCP-B and extracts Laura from it.

SCP-3662 was made by Team Bird (BE-Class "Migration" End-of-Consciousness Scenario) for the Doomsday Contest 2018.

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