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Item #: SCP-039-PIG

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-039-PIG is currently housed in the medical wing. SCP-039-PIG's vitals and brain waves are to be constantly monitored for any songs and humanitarian aid is to be sent to the areas affected.

Description: SCP-039-PIG is a female humanoid that is visibly nineteen years old, however it has not aged in Foundation custody. At all times, SCP-039-PIG is unconscious however it is possible to communicate with it. SCP-039-PIG is able to hear speech and understand it. The only known method of receiving SCP-039-PIG's replies is by analyzing its brain wave patterns. These brain waves can be transcribed into incomplete sentences with broken grammar as well as lyrics and sheet-music for pre-existing songs. These songs are all related to the vocaloid artist Hatsune Miku1

When SCP-039-PIG thinks of these songs, an event occurs in the world similar to the themes of the song. SCP-039-PIG seems to not understand this effect its thoughts have and it is impossible to influence its thoughts to create good outcomes.

SCP-039-PIG is convinced that it is Hatsune Miku and will refuse to respond to anyone that does not call it Hatsune Miku. Despite this, SCP-039-PIG bears no resemblance to the artist as SCP-039-PIG has shoulder-length black hair, tanned skin, and has a height of five (5) feet and two (2) inches.

SCP-039-PIG has tested positive for several negatively connotative cognitive disorders. These include, but are not limited to:

  • PTSD
  • Manic-Depressive Illness
  • Attunement Disorder
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder
  • Depersonalization
  • Acute Stress Disorder

SCP-039-PIG's cognitive disorders appear to be a result of its anomalous state.

Addendum: Incident Log 039-PIG-4

Date Data Effects Notes

SCP-039-PIG thought of the song "Rolling Girl"

The amount of student suicides increased throughout the United States After it was discovered that this was caused by SCP-039-PIG, a researcher interviewed it in an attempt to influence its thoughts. For more information, see Interview 039-PIG-3

SCP-039-PIG thought of the song "Gomenne Gomenne"

Korean authorities reported the apprehension of a man and his son who sexually abused his daughter. The previous interview seems to have had no effect on SCP-039-PIG's subconscious. Further testing is required.

SCP-039-PIG thought of the song "Drop Pop Candy"

Popular romantic vacation spots across the United States were overbooked within an hour. SCP-039-PIG has the ability to change the world for the better as well as destroy it. Some method of controlling its thoughts is absolutely necessary.

Addendum: Interview 039-PIG-3

Interviewed: SCP-039-PIG

Interviewer: Researcher ██████
Date: 09/28/19██

Foreword: After SCP-039-PIG caused mass suicides, Researcher ██████ was sent in an attempt to influence SCP-039-PIG's thoughts

Note: Due to the nature of communicating with SCP-039-PIG many of its sentences are incomprehensible and impossible to be fully understood. Words within brackets are guessed based on context.

<Begin Log>
Researcher ██████: Hello Miku. What made you think of that song today?

SCP-039-PIG: Didn't…. ? (Incomprehensible) What?

Researcher ██████: You thought of the song Rolling Girl.

SCP-039-PIG: Don't. [understand]

Researcher ██████: Can you not control your thoughts?

SCP-039-PIG: Sorry…Sorry…Sorry…Sorry…Sorry…Sorry…Sorry…Sorry…

Researcher ██████: Can you try to think of a happier song?

SCP-039-PIG: [I'll] try.

<End Log>

Closing Statement: Despite SCP-039-PIG's attempts it seems it is unable to influence what song it thinks of.

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