SCP-ES-197 2

Site-88’s old location.

Item #: SCP-ES-197

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Guards stationed at the Site-88 reconstruction zone have been informed of SCP-ES-197’s presence, and have been instructed to shoot or tranquilize the subject on sight.

Description: SCP-ES-197 is Researcher Elliot Sarmiento, who was registered as deceased in an incident involving SCP-ES-112 on July 26, 2003, and currently manifests at the old location of Site-88 since October 5, 2007.

The subject wakes up every morning at 6:55:09 in an extremely panicked state due to their lack of knowledge of their surroundings and their previous experiences with armed guards. SCP-ES-197 will cease all vital functions at 10:32:03 PM, local time, but will manifest the next if they were terminated before that time.

When approaching SCP-ES-197, they normally respond apprehensively, and immediately attack any threat they perceive. SCP-ES-197 has expressed their belief that the Foundation has deliberately manifested an anomaly on him, and has threatened to desert the Foundation, and join the Global Occult Coalition. Despite receiving classified details about researcher Elliot’s death, SCP-ES-197 refuses to cooperate, and remains hostile to the Foundation.

Addendum: Since April 3, 2009, SCP-ES-197 has stopped resisting, and remains immobile at their manifestation spot. Furthermore, SCP-ES-197 has rejects all attempts of communication, usually remaining silent for several hours.

Addendum 0.02: SCP-ES-197’s research team has predicted two possible scenarios for July 26, 2009, at 10:32:03 PM. The scenarios are the following:

  • SCP-ES-197’s neutralization.
  • The looping of the cycle followed by SCP-ES-197. The possibility that the subject retains the memories of their time at Site-88 have been speculated, but are believed to be of no importance.


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