SCP-XXXX
rating: +2+x

Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Keter
Site Responsible: QUERAC-Site-41
Director: Dmitri Agricola
Research Head: Anastasia Hudnall
Assigned Task Force: ATF T-5
Level 3/XXXX
Access Granted

river

SCP-XXXX marine access point.


Special Containment Procedures: Applied Task Force Thompson-5 ("Voyageurs") has been formed to manage SCP-XXXX containment operations. This team is divided into a research sector (ATF-T5R-Bravo) and a security force (ATF-T5S-Echo). ATF-T5R-Bravo is overseen by the Site-41 Research Superintendent1, while the commanding officer of ATF-T5S-Echo2 is appointed by the Site-41 Director of Task Force Operations. Both branches report directly to the USCB-4540 Regional Director.

All non-Foundation boat traffic is to be rerouted to the Kennebec River, under pretense of geological surveying and unsafe boating conditions. Any vessel that refuses to comply with the perimeter guard will be boarded and its crew amnesticized.


Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous waterway that manifests at the mouth of the Androscoggin River in Topsham, Maine.

Measured at 4770 kilometers 4065


Addendum XXXX.1 - Historical Information

SCP-XXXX is known to have existed since at least the mid- to late-18th century. It is believed to have been first discovered by American explorer Meriwether Lewis during an unsanctioned expedition in 1809. ███

Before Lewis could disseminate information regarding the anomaly, he was assassinated by the Order of the Silent Rose.3 All relevant documents are in Foundation possession, and the public historical consensus of Lewis's suicide has been maintained.

SCP-XXXX came under Foundation jurisdiction in 1963


Addendum XXXX.2 - Exploration Logs


Collected Documentation

I came across a fur trader who gave me some interesting information. According to this man, there exists further North an old Indian route, a heretofore undiscovered channel leading West beyond the current British claims.

Having already prepared for a lengthy excursion into the wilderness, I elected to proceed for the North with the utmost urgency.

I pray this bulletin reaches you well.