Item #: SCP-2304
Object Class: Euclid Safe Our Home, only home, nest, for them to grow.
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-2304 is unable to be moved from its current location, and therefore is contained on-site. SCP-2304-1, -2, and -3 are to be monitored at all times by a team of 3 security personnel, rotated every 12 hours. SCP-2304-4 is to be housed in a medium dwelling located in the cranial section of SCP-2304, and is allowed the use of anti-depression medication.
A bottle of pre-approved alcohol is to be provided through anonymous means to SCP-2304-4 on a monthly basis. Under no circumstances are personnel to reveal the origin of these items to SCP-2304-4.
Description: SCP-2304 is a humanoid structure partially buried underground, located in ████████, Norway. SCP-2304's entrance is the only part of the structure that remains above ground. The entrance resembles a dilapidated silo, covered in graffiti styled to give the appearance of a facial profile. The door to the interior is made of metal, and has a peephole and knocker installed. Looking through the peephole will reveal the landscape behind the structure, even when the door is ajar. It isn't real, the inside, it never was.
The interior consists of disparate and haphazard architectural features, and is much larger than the exterior would suggest.
Taking the stairwell appearing to lead upwards results in the subject descending approximately 10 meters before reaching a junction of several hallways, branching off in horizontal, diagonal, and vertical directions. The corridors of SCP-2304 are comprised of metallic paneling, with occasional steam vents. Hallways and junctions have shown to exhibit similar properties to the sets of stairs, and contain a localized gravity field.
The sound of a faint heartbeat is audible throughout SCP-2304 at a rate of 96 bpm. The source is as of yet unknown.
SCP-2304-1 is a small chamber in the chest region of SCP-2304. External mapping reveals that the room is similar in structure to the breast of a human female. A single vent is present on the ceiling of SCP-2304-1, which constantly seeps liquid mercury. The sound of a music box is occasionally heard from SCP-2304-1. Instances of SCP-2304-3 have been known to gather around SCP-2304-1 in order to feed.
SCP-2304-2 is a large area located at a depth of about 90 m. The entry halls nearing SCP-2304-2 are noticeably more sporadic in shape, and have been recorded shifting and turning. SCP-2304-2 resembles the reproductive organs of an adult human female, with structural components resembling the cervix, uterus, and fallopian tubes present. A mass of electrical cables and biological flesh is present at the ceiling of SCP-2304-2, and a large glass pipe leads down from it to SCP-2304-3. Unintelligible grunts and groans are audible throughout SCP-2304-2.
SCP-2304-3 are various different creatures manufactured by SCP-2304-2, often taking the form of common household objects1. SCP-2304-3 are comprised of various metallic substances, and lack any internal organs. Specimens will feed using a small suction tube present on their "mouth". SCP-2304-3 show no signs of sapience, and will produce incoherent crying similar to that of a small child. Specimens are formed within SCP-2304-2 and will patrol the lower portions of SCP-2304 for intruders.
SCP-2304-4 is a humanoid male, composed entirely of a silicon-mercury composite. SCP-2304-4 is conversational when prompted, but prefers to be allowed to study alone. SCP-2304-4's technological knowledge is vastly different to current human technology, with highly developed knowledge of several fields of currently unproven science.
Addendum-1: An unmanned rover was tasked with mapping out SCP-2304, and catalogued SCP-2304-1, SCP-2304-2, and documented 43 instances of SCP-2304-3. Camera surveillance was set up throughout SCP-2304. Surveillance caught video of SCP-2304-4 holding the rover, taking it to the dwelling SCP-2304-4 resides in. SCP-2304-4 was recorded offering a glass of wine to the rover before damaging the device, assumed to be accidental.
Addendum-2: An official interview with SCP-2304-4 took place.
Addendum-3: An additional interview with SCP-2304-4.
SCP-2304-4 displayed signs of depression shortly after the interview ceased. It expressed desire to leave SCP-2304 and visit Paris, France, in hopes of experiencing love. Dr. Georges Luikj is awaiting review over the unprofessional conduct during interviews and the sharing of extraneous information with SCP-2304-4
Addendum-4: Following Dr. Luikj's discharge from the SCP-2304 team, a small strip of paper was found at the entrance to SCP-2304, presumed to have been slipped from beneath the door.
Take me with you
Addendum-5: SCP-2304's entrance was abruptly sealed, and communication was lost with most of the surveillance equipment within SCP-2304. Any attempts to re-enter SCP-2304 have so far been unsuccessful.