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SCP-X depicted in the painting "Far Away Thoughts" By Sophie Gengembre Anderson

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-X is to be kept in a standard humanoid containment chamber. SCP-X is allowed to request for items once a month, which can be accepted or denied by personnel of Level-3 security clearance or higher.

Description: SCP-X is an adolescent human female of french origin. SCP-X's anomalous properties manifest in its capability to produce unlimited telomerase1. It has been determined that SCP-X's anomalous abilities manifested when it was thirteen-years-old.

Discovery: SCP-X was discovered on October 7th, 2019 in ██████, Washington. ██████ Wells, an art student was tasked to tour SCP-X's class around campus. Upon meeting SCP-X, she recognized SCP-X's likeness from a Sophie Gengembre Anderson painting titled "Far Away Thoughts". Ms. Wells posted a photograph comparison of SCP-X to the painting on the social media platform Instagram, which was quickly noticed by the Foundation.

Addendum 1: SCP-X Interview

Interviewed: SCP-X

Interviewer: Dr. Hart

Foreword: The following is a transcript of the first interview conducted with SCP-X.

<Begin Log>

Dr. Hart: Good afternoon, SCP-X. How are you today?

SCP-X: Hello, Mister-Doctor. I feel fine.

Dr. Hart: That's good to hear. I'm going to be asking you some questions today.

SCP-X: About what?

Dr. Hart: I was hoping to learn more about the origin of your anomalous abilities, could you explain all you know?

SCP-X: Anomalous?

Dr. Hart: Your immortality.

SCP-X: Oh, uh… It's not a story I enjoy revisiting. [looks around]

Dr. Hart: Your cooperation may result in some extra benefits on your end.

SCP-X: I'm not looking for things. I just don't want to talk about this. I will say one thing, I wasn't born this way, and I know that for sure.

<End Log>

Closing Statement: SCP-X refused to answer any more questions. SCP-X was granted a therapy session with Dr. Hart and was given access to paper and crayons in an attempt to gain its cooperation.

Addendum 2: SCP-X Interview-2

Interviewed: SCP-X

Interviewer: Dr. Hart


<Begin Log>

Dr. Hart: Good evening, SCP-X.

SCP-X: Hello Mister-Doctor.

Dr. Hart: I'm going to pick up where we were last time. You mentioned that you're positive you were not born immortal. Could you expand on that?

SCP-X: I don't like talking about it. I told you this.

Dr. Hart: You won't be asked about it again if you answer this time.

SCP-X: I could share a little, but don't press. I was kidnapped from my home. I woke up tied to a table with these people— about three men and one woman messing with some chemicals at a nearby table.

Dr. Hart: Did they experiment on you?

SCP-X: In short words, yes.

Dr. Hart: Do you know why? Was immortality their end goal?

SCP-X: Yes. They wanted me to be immortal. If I was, that meant that they could be. I became immortal, and they tried it themselves.

Dr. Hart: What happened then?

SCP-X: These growths started forming on them.

Dr. Hart: Do you know why it worked on you and not them?

SCP-X: No.

Dr. Hart: What happened after the growths started forming?

SCP-X: [shrugs]

Dr. Hart: I'm guessing you don't want to talk about it.

SCP-X: I've been telling you that the whole time.

<End Log>

Closing Statement: SCP-X was given meal choice for a week for its cooperation.

Addendum 3: SCP-X Interview-3




<Begin Log>




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