Log of Unexplained Locations

Foreword: This page is to be devoted to the documentation of low threat anomalous locations which have been discovered by the SCP Foundation over the years. Although all locations listed in this document warrant securing and cover-up measures, none of them are closely enough tied to an underlying anomalous cause or considered a high enough containment or research priority to warrant full Special Containment Procedure documentation. This list may be used as a resource should knowledge of these locations become useful or necessary in the future.
– Doctor ██████ █████, Head of Containment, Site ██

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Unexplained Location UE-731552 (edit)
Location Description: An irregular area ~2.3km in diameter, from where two suns are visible in the sky.
Date of Containment: 1998-██-██
Location: Kharan Desert, Pakistan
Security Protocol: Cordoning of region, explained by nuclear testing.


Unexplained Location UE-689840 (edit)
Location Description: A 2.23 meter by 2.23 meter square area of ground. Once a human has stood on this area for 5 or more minutes, all humans encountering the subject for the next 120 hours will experience the olfactory hallucination that the subject smells of strawberries.
Date of Containment: ████-██-██
Location: Plant City, Florida
Security Protocol: A strawberry field is planted over the area and is sustained by the Foundation front company "Strawberry and Cantaloupe Plantations."


Unexplained Location UE-270592 (edit)
Location Description: The interior of an ████ brand wardrobe. This space has been revealed to be approximately 2500x bigger than would be expected given its exterior dimensions, and is inhabited by a number of species of saprophytic molds, believed to subsist on the wooden paneling bordering the area. This paneling is presumed to be of unlimited thickness, as borings have provided no reliable limit to its depth.
Date of Containment: 2017-03-██
Location: Determined to exist solely in extradimensional space. Wardrobe entrance relocated to Site-34.
Security Protocol: Due to the pathogenic nature of many fungi inside, entrance is restricted to personnel equipped with Mark-III respiration equipment. Currently used to hold non-perishable equipment.


Unexplained Location UE-194656 (edit)
Location Description: A set of approximately 78 stars in unknown locations that form a constellation that resembles the Foundation's main symbol (A large circle, with three distinct arrows pointing to the center). Despite this, the Founder and O5 Command has stated on multiple occasions that they designed the symbol before discovering this constellation.
Date of Containment: 2015-02-23
Location: Directly south of the Gemini constellation.
Security Protocol: Due to the extremely abstract nature of its depiction, no attempts have been made to attempt to contain the constellation.


Unexplained Location UE-118720 (edit)
Location Description: An empty, cement schoolyard where every other year small-scale natural disasters occur. Disasters do not appear to be tangible, and have included a sandstorm and tornado.
Date of Containment: 2017-06-21
Location: ██████████ Elementary School, ██, US
Security Protocol: School has been purchased by Foundation. Due to be torn down and blocked off from public under guise of a violation of code involving proximity to power lines. Children and teachers amnesticized.


Unexplained Location UE-405888 (edit)
Location Description: An island in the South Pacific Ocean, independent of other island chains. Highest elevation 2054 m, area 12.5 km2. Known to have regular volcanic eruptions, but the resulting flow is a water solution of sodium acetate, carbon dioxide, and FD&C Red 40. A sound similar to that of a child's laughter can be heard during eruption events.
Date of Containment: ████-██-██
Location: ██°██' S, ███°██' E
Security Protocol: Area stricken from maps and patrolled to prevent people from approaching. Due to the remoteness of the anomaly, further action is unneeded.


Unexplained Location UE-750272 (edit)
Location Description: An approximately circular area of land, with a diameter measuring ~4.5 km. The area will appear on any digital geographic modelling system as a real-time representation of an inhabited village, with a confirmed population in excess of 2000 individual members. All inhabitants seem to be fully sentient, but unaware of the nature of their existence.
Date of Containment: ████-██-██
Location: Herefordshire, England
Security Protocol: The area around the location is to be heavily monitored, and the area itself has been designated as landfill and waste processing. All major digital maps have been altered to avoid rendering the location.


Unexplained Location UE-177008 (edit)
Location Description: A wooden shed in the middle of a field in ████, Iowa. Anything entering the door of the shed is transported to a hallway in the basement level of Site-35.
Date of Containment: 1999-06-14
Location: ████, Iowa
Security Protocol: 5 meter area around the shed barricaded with barbed-wire fence. Signs posted containing memetic amnestic agents to prevent unauthorized access. Site-35 personnel have been notified of the possible threat to security and additional security measures have been installed on-site.


Unexplained Location UE-193584 (edit)
Location Description: An underground mine (about 2 kilometers deep) where it is constantly raining. The mine does not flood.
Date of Containment: ████-██-██
Location: Arizona, through the edge of Utah.
Security Protocol: All entrances blocked off, signs that state "Dangerous! Mines still active!"


Unexplained Location UE-655616 (edit)
Location Description: Kydatogorsk is a nonexistant town in the Ural mountains. It appears in encyclopedias and travelogues, and under questioning the authors recall writing the descriptions but not researching or visiting the area. It is shown on geological and topographic maps, but not satellite images.
Date of Containment: Partial containment since 1976
Location: Documents of the region
Security Protocol: Agents placed in publishing companies. Anti-memetic strategies under consideration.
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