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Item #: SCP-XXXX
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The entrance to SCP-XXXX.

Special Containment Procedures: The property on which SCP-XXXX is located has been purchased by the Foundation and cordoned off as a condemned building site. Access to SCP-XXXX itself is restricted to personnel possessing Level 3 Clearance and higher, or otherwise appropriate authorization.

Following Incident XXXX.1 an investigation into SCP-XXXX's origins, as well as the location of those responsible for its creation, has been established and is currently ongoing.

Description: SCP-XXXX denotes a facility accessible through a doorway located on the premises of the now-decommissioned foster care and social work office complex named "St. James' Home For Displaced Youth," located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Upon passing through this door, personnel will enter SCP-XXXX.

SCP-XXXX measures 3 kilometers long by 6 meters wide and six meters in height. Along the interior of the space are regularly incremented chambers inset into the walls, consisting of steel interiors equipped with internal lighting and a large window for viewing; these also serve as the only light source within the room. These tanks repeat down the entire length of SCP-XXXX and are stacked up to the ceiling. Personnel and audio recording equipment within SCP-XXXX will be unable detect auditory information of any kind, rendering the entirety of the structure completely silent. This effect is similarly present in the vicinity of the main access door.

Inside of each tank is a coffin-shaped mass of flesh, bone, and ossified tissue suspended in a pale, cloudy solution. Various electrodes, medical monitoring sensors, and a nutritional IV tubes attach to each instance and connect to a small port at the back of the chamber. All attempts to break viewing windows or scan through them to further study these objects have failed. Despite the absence of sound within SCP-XXXX, personnel in close proximity to instances for an extended period of time report auditory hallucinations of crying from somewhere within SCP-XXXX; these hallucinations increase in severity and volume the longer personnel remain in proximity to that instance.

These objects have been observed to periodically vanish from their tanks before being replaced by a new instance within an average span of twelve1 hours. New instances typically vary slightly in size and skin tone, and will occasionally exhibit small blemishes or patches of scar tissue on their exteriors.

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