Infinite Icosahedron
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SCP-XXXX viewed from outside.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is contained in a standard 'Safe' item storage locker, any personnel with level 3 security clearance or lower without supervision from personnel with level 4 security clearance or higher is not to be allowed in SCP-XXXX's storage locker.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a hollow icosahedron standing on its point with edge lengths of 101cm. SCP-XXXX is made of what appears to be steel and 100cm long fluorescent lamps with no known power source. The icosahedron is viewed to be infinitely larger in the interior than the exterior and is entirely consisted of thousands of scaffolds. Once entering SCP-XXXX the area of entrance will no longer lead to the outside but instead to scaffolding, leaving the item that entered unable to leave. If the subject enters SCP-XXXX backwards looking at the area of entrance then it will not disappear unless the subject obstructs view of the exit. Once the exit it blocked, the subject can still be seen from the outside, onlookers have reported inability to enter SCP-XXXX whilest there is a subject inside looking towards the onlooker, It's like there was some super clear glass stopping us from entering, and then when he looked away from us █████ fell right in like there was never anything stopping him. - Agent ████.

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The only known corridor type path inside SCP-XXXX.

Addendum: Testing log for SCP-XXXX

  • Test One, 9/10/2018. Female subject fitted with altitude sensor, body camera and a radio transmitter enters SCP-XXXX without looking backwards, subject explores downwards 647m for 23 minutes before slipping, falling 26 metres and expiring. No other anomalies were discovered.
  • Test Two, 10/10/2018. Male subject fitted with altitude sensor, body camera and radio transmitter enters SCP-XXXX while looking backwards and then is instructed to turn away from the area of entrance. Subject explores upwards 3.6km until exspressing extreme exaustion and rests for 10 minutes. Subject is instructed to keep going up but clarifies that he doesn't know where up is anymore, subject starts moving in a random direction while the alititude sensor is not registering any change. Subjects camera and communication system are now out of reach. No other anomalies were discovered. It is unknown if he is still alive. The amount of time has surpassed the survivable limit. Subject is classified as expired.
  • Test Three, 11/10/2018. Male subject is fitted with altitude sensor, body camera, a long distance radio transmitter and backpack containing a hammock and 6 days worth of water and food. Summary: Subject traveled 34km downwards before expiring caused by dehydration. No other anomalies were discovered.
  • Test Four, 12/10/2018. A high capacity battery operated camera with an altitude sensor and a shock & fall resistant casing was sent into SCP-XXXX. Camera stopped transmitting video after 50km. No other anomalies were discovered.
  • Test Five, 14/11/2018. A camera attached to a "selfie stick" is sent into SCP-XXXX and removed multiple times, after entering one more time the camera is rotated to no longer face the area of entrance. After this the camera can no longer be rotated or retrieved, but only inserted more, footage lost.

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