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Special Containment Procedures

Four static monitoring stations have been set up surrounding SCP-CN-2755. Personnel stationed at these stations are to monitor the state of the object at all times, and are to transfer all obtained information into Site-CN-82-α's Deep Storage Database. Personnel are to keep in mind the following:

  • Except where required for testing, personnel are not to interfere with the standard biological needs of the sub-objects.
  • Except where required for testing, personnel are not to capture the sub-objects.
  • Any civilian fishing boats, shipping vessels, etc. entering the area are to be driven out. Hunting is to be prevented strictly.
  • If the object is observed to change, immediately upload and analyze observed data.

To prevent theories about the area from sprouting, the Foundation will use media control to ensure the public believes that the area is closed off for works.

As of 1987/4/9, SCP-CN-2755 has not presented any anomalies. As of 2021/9/7, SCP-CN-2755 has not shown any anomalous properties. It is theorized that the object has been neutralized; the reason for such is pending investigation. The above containment procedures have been temporarily archived.


Bottle-nosed dolphin observed within the anomaly


Anomalous properties discovered on 1934/8/2, containment responsibilities were delegated to Site-CN-82-α. More effective containment procedures were determined on 1934/8/7, after which SCP-CN-2755 was successfully contained. Object is located in the northern part of the Irish Sea, with a volume of [REDACTED] km3 and an area of [REDACTED] km2, [REDACTED]% of the Irish Sea's total surface area.

SCP-CN-2855 is thought to be a region of ocean/space with anomalous effects, which primarily comprise the following:

  • The manifestation of organisms within the object does not follow any pattern; the sub-objects within SCP-CN-2855 appear with little warning. In addition, the sub-objects do not follow any discernible pattern in their external appearance; currently, at least 34 species not native to the Irish Sea have been generated by the object.
  • Organisms manifesting within the area very rarely leave it; however, this does not mean that the sub-objects do not leave SCP-CN-2755. Rather, observation has shown that 89% of all sub-objects will leave SCP-CN-2755 after being generated. However, upon leaving the area of effect, their bodies will slowly transform into a column of bubbles and float to the surface. Despite this, it is still possible for other organisms to capture or eat the sub-objects within the area of effect.
  • The position of the object within consensus reality is fixed. As such, the object does not move due to ocean currents outside its area is effect, but it is still possible to retrieve the most basic liquid samples from the area and remove them from the area of effect. However, placing these samples into other areas of ocean is thought to be unable to replicate the anomaly as the sample will immediately begin flowing back towards the main anomaly. A fully isolated copy of the anomaly has been made at Site-CN-82-β.
  • No evaporation occurs in the highest. As such, no related weather effects occur in the area. As such, no rain, mists, or storms have been recorded within SCP-CN-2755.

The origin of SCP-CN-2755 is unknown. The earliest record dates to the beginning of the 16th century. For relevant information, see Addendum A.

On 1987/4/9, an oil tanker ignored the monitoring station's warning, deliberately entered the anomaly and caused a severe oil spill. Half of the object's surface was subsequently covered with oil. Following this, the object ceased to produce anomalous effects. As such, the anomaly ceased to generate sub-objects. However, SCP-CN-2755 continued to be unaffected by its surroundings, leading to the oil spill being contained within the object. Object has been temporarily archived and reclassified "Neutralized".

Addendum A

The following content is taken from My Life as a Sailor, the record of a sailor at the beginning of the 16th century.

That was a storm. By God, I should not have promised Peter I would join this whaling expedition! Peter raised his eyebrow, and from that I could tell he, too, was taken aback by the storm.

This was not the first storm of my career, but by God, it was the strongest and most violent I had ever seen! I put down the spyglass and wiped the sweat from my brow - though I knew not whether it was really sweat or rain - and saw that storm coming closer!
"Hard left!" Peter bellowed, "Raise the sails! We're getting out of here!"

Peter put a hand on my quaking shoulder to calm me down, but I was fearing for my life. I could see his pale face, and that was enough to send me feeling to the ground with a yelp. He helped me up and brought me below deck. I remember little of what happened next, only that when Peter came down once again into the quarters to fetch me, I could still see that storm far away, but…

"We need not fear. There are no storms here." His face had regained colour, and that reassured me as to our safety. "I've been here before. The winds and waves are always calm here."

Indeed, the storm stopped and turned to the side, as if to avoid this area. The wind was gentle, and there was not a single drop of rain. I calmly sighed and took in this hard-to-come-by peace in full.

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