Item #: SCP-4020

Object Class: Euclid

Laconic Containment Procedures: Keep him in a copy of Dr. Lecroy's apartment and keep an eye on him. Try to rehabilitate him to the point of communication, too.

Laconic Description: SCP-4020 is an immortal, invulnerable man covered in scars that suffers from severe psychological trauma to the point where he simply screams non-stop. His DNA tested as a match for Dr. Lecroy (later designated SCP-4020-A), a researcher who is alive and stationed at Site-41. He has not been told about SCP-4020. As scar-based experiments show, SCP-4020 is definitely a future iteration of Lecroy, somehow temporally displaced into the past.

SCP-4020 was buried alive in a cave in an undisclosed location roughly 4 million years ago. The walls of the cave had been inscribed with very rudimentary Containment Procedures and a Description of an unidentified arachnid, assumedly by SCP-4020 before he was buried and went insane. A second message written by SCP-4020 is discovered in the cave that mentions several censored events that cause the Foundation to worry about data breaches and a pending apocalypse.

The restoration of SCP-4020's mind is set as top priority, and new security measures are put in place.

Additional Context: SCP-4020 was an entry in the SCP-4000 Contest, where it won 53rd place.

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License