I'm real... right?

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is held in a standard Low-Risk humanoid containment chamber at Site-34, with standard media and exercise privileges. SCP-XXXX is to be interviewed once a day at noon for socialization purposes.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a 24 year-old human woman named Sarah Bishop. According to its testimony, it was born and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina, with its parents Henry and Maria Bishop, and a 12 year old brother named Daniel Bishop. In January of 2019, it moved to Washington, DC. SCP-XXXX's memory is self-consistent.

However, all of SCP-XXXX's history is completely unverifiable. No mention of SCP-XXXX or a family called the Bishops (as described by SCP-XXXX) have ever been found to have once lived in Greensboro, or anywhere else within a hundred mile radius. Similarly, friends, intermediate relatives, past employers and employees described by SCP-XXXX have not been able to be located either.

In short, while SCP-XXXX has been able to correctly identify the current president, various current political/global issues and geographical makeup of areas it claimed to live in, no account of its personal history has been found to be true, or exist at all.

Discovery: SCP-XXXX was discovered on 21/03/2019, when it attempted to enter the headquarters of the Department of Homeland Security, under the impression that it was arriving for an interview with a Mr Boltzmann for an internship position with the Office of Intelligence & Analysis.

Security checks found that no such interview was scheduled, and more importantly, there was no one employed by the name of Mr Boltzmann at the office. Records also found that SCP-XXXX had never filed an application, and was asked to leave by security.

SCP-XXXX then returned home to its apartment in the Metro Area, where it was said to have lived with its two roommates Calvin Nguyen and Bethany Holloway1 only to find it occupied by another family, leading to an argument that resulted in SCP-XXXX calling the Metropolitan Police. Upon the verification of the Wilsons having lived in the apartment for six years, SCP-XXXX was arrested for disturbance of the peace.

During processing, authorities found that no information provided by it could be verified. SCP-XXXX's driver's license, social security card, credit and debit cards and insurance cards, while matching standards at the time, were all determined to have no actual corresponding account or variations thereof. At this point, embedded informants within the police department alerted the Foundation to the possibility of an anomaly, and SCP-XXXX was transferred to Foundation custody.


Addendum XXXX.1: Initial Interview

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Interviewer: Lucia Reinette-Hartle

Interviewed: SCP-XXXX

<BEGIN LOG>

Hartle: Hello Sarah, I'm Doctor Lucia Reinette-Hartle, but you can call me Lucia. I work for the Foundation. Has anyone explained to you what that is yet?

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