This Knife is Fake.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is locked within a opaque container and stored in a standard anomalous storage locker. Access to SCP-XXXX requires level 3 approval, and all testing is to be submitted for approval beforehand.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a theoretical object. When held by a person, SCP-XXXX is perceived as a knife approximately 4 inches in length that varys between appearances. Aside from its wielder, all methods of observation will show that SCP-XXXX does not exist. SCP-XXXX has no weight, mass, gravitational pull, or hume differential that can be measured.

Any alterations attempted with SCP-XXXX to the user's environment are imperceivable to outside observers. However, such alterations are able to be acted upon by the user.

SCP-XXXX was recovered from the posession of a Francis O'Leary, who turned himself into the Seattle Police Department for the murder of his exwife, despite police contacts confirming that Melissa Hartle was still alive. Embedded operatives within the department contacted O'Leary, who gave them SCP-XXXX1.

Test 1
Experiment: D-2343 was told to slice a sheet of paper in half.
Observation: D-2343 was able to pick up the paper, but reportly only holding half of it. Outside assistance was seen as the other half following it.

Test 2
Experiment: D-2343 was instructed to cut a hole in a hanging sheet and step through it.
Observation: D-2343 was seen to have phased through the sheet to the other side. Attempts to follow him were unsucessful.
Notes: I could see some field application coming out of this. Pity it's restricted to a knife, and the anomalous properties make it tricky to replicate.

Test 3
Exeperiment: D-2343 was given a rabbit2 (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and instructed to kill it.
Observation: D-2343 appeared to have a pleased expression on his face, laughing while manipulating objects with his other hand. The rabbit appeared unharmed, and was removed shortly after.

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