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Item #: SCP-5781

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Site-119's interoffice mail service has been renovated to fully contain SCP-5781. A maximum of three security personnel, hereby referred to as "managers," are required to operate and maintain this facility between the hours of 11:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. Any other personnel, hereby referred to as "employees," may only access the reception area of this facility, which has been converted into Observation Room 13C.

Managers, while continually operating as an active security guard, have been tasked with the following duties:

  • Monitoring SCP-5781's onsite activities for signs of blatant vandalism or forgery, as well as any sudden emotional attachments to individual articles of mail.
  • Submitting detailed observation reports of SCP-5781's emotional status or behavior, which are to be evaluated weekly.
  • Preventing SCP-5781 and all SCP-5781-2 instances from exiting the facility.
  • Reprimanding SCP-5781 for malicious behavior or apparent self-mutilation of any digits or limbs.

Under no circumstances should SCP-5781 be authorized to send personal mail outside of its containment facility. In the unlikely event that this should occur, Foundation personnel are to consider this situation as an active security threat and are authorized to lockdown Site-119 until these articles of mail can be neutralized.

Description: SCP-5781 is a humanoid entity measuring 1.85 meters in height and approximately 88 kilograms in weight. SCP-5781 has only been observed wearing a USPS postal uniform, despite having access to other articles of clothing. A prominent feature of SCP-5781 includes its grey hair, suggesting the entity to be approximately 50+ years of age. SCP-5781's relative size indicates a roughly endomorphic body type; however, its exaggerated proportions and relative hyperactivity have made determining the physical properties of this entity difficult to ascertain. Although SCP-5781 appears physically similar to traditional humanoids, radiographic images of the entity report the absence of any reproductive or digestive systems. How SCP-5781 continues to function despite an absence of these systems remains unknown; however, recent observations of SCP-5781 interacting with SCP-5781-2 have concluded that the entity somehow retrieves its energy through these instances.

SCP-5781's anomalous properties manifest once it has determined a potential mate, hereby referred to as SCP-5781-1. Once SCP-5781-1 has been determined1, SCP-5781 will become fixated with the subject in a manner similar to an instinctual or otherwise predatory prey drive. Once SCP-5781 becomes fixated with the subject, it will attempt to conspicuously stalk SCP-5781-1 for a period between 1 week and 3 months.2 During this period, SCP-5781 will position itself nearby the subject's residence, observing SCP-5781-1 at a safe distance. SCP-5781 will also leave personalized notes or letters in the subject's mailbox, which have been designated as SCP-5781-23. SCP-5781-2 may also contain mutilated regions of SCP-5781, which has occurred in approximately 23% of these instances. At the time of writing, SCP-5781 still possesses all of its previously mutilated limbs, suggesting that SCP-5781 can somehow regenerate or heal these afflictions.

After the designated period, SCP-5781 will become hostile towards SCP-5781-1 instances unless stopped by external forces such as distance4, physical obstruction, or standard Foundation containment protocols. In the observed 26 cases, only 3 were not harmed by the entity. Once this task has been performed, SCP-5781 will become docile until it can determine another potential mate.


Addendum 5781-1: Prior to SCP-5781's integration into Foundation custody, personnel were originally alerted of the anomaly's existence following the publication of an article from β–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆ, which was titled, "My Postman is an Animal." Further investigation into this article revealed the identity of SCP-5781-1F, otherwise known as Alice β–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆ, who had survived an encounter with SCP-5781. SCP-5781-1F was later brought into Site-119 for questioning. The recorded transcript of this interview has been added below.

Once SCP-5781 was successfully contained, Doctor Collins requested an interview with the anomaly, which was granted 4 days after it's integration into Foundation custody.

Addendum 5781-2: On 04/18/β–ˆβ–ˆ, security personnel observing SCP-5781's containment reported an instance of SCP-5781-2 that was circulating within the interoffice facility. This instance was later apprehended after SCP-5781 was reprimanded for its actions. After a detailed analysis, this instance was later added to SCP-5781's documentation in order to inform Foundation personnel of future SCP-5781-2 documents.

Dr. Devin Collins has since been removed from SCP-5781's continued documentation, with William Stevenson acting as its new Lead Researcher.

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