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Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is currently uncontained and poses a direct threat to the mental stability of a majority of Norway's population. A cover story identifying SCP-XXXX as an unusual algae bloom is to be disseminated to news outlets and related parties with an emphasis on a toxicity to human life to discourage the public from direct contact.

Specially-engineered amnestics are to be distributed biweekly over all major population centers to counteract SCP-XXXX's effects until further notice.


SCP-XXXX following its dispersal into the Atlantic ocean and subsequent increase in size, roughly outlined in red.

Description: SCP-XXXX denotes the ashen remains of a female cadaver originally discovered near Tromsø, Norway in June of 1971. SCP-XXXX emits a potent cognitohazard at all times that affects any human subject of entirely or partially Norwegian descent within 5 kilometers of any of its original mass that is entering or already in REM sleep.

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Incident XXXX.2: Following the attempted Neutralization ritual on February 28, 1980, reports of symptoms similar to exposure to SCP-XXXX began appearing in multiple population centers along the Atlantic coast in Norway. Satellite photography of the coast revealed what was initially thought to be an unusual algae bloom, which upon closer investigation was determined to be the ashen remains of SCP-XXXX.

It was discovered that during the later proceedings of the ritual, Supervisor Truman failed to consume any ale or mead in the manner required. As such, SCP-XXXX was not fully Neutralized. Soon after disposal into the Atlantic Ocean it utilized previously unknown anomalous abilities to enlarge its ashen form; its ash combined with seawater and microorganisms to produce a massive aquatic cloud as its new body. Estimates gauge its current size at over 700 kilometers in length, stretching from around Tromsø to Trondheim in the south.

New Containment Procedures are currently being drafted.

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