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Item #: SCP-3705

Object Class: Neutralized

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-3705's cape and the cassette tapes found at the site of SCP-3705's neutralization are to be contained in standard containment lockers.

Description: SCP-3705 was an approximately 1.8 meter tall, animate scarecrow composed of wood and straw. SCP-3705 was outfitted with a straw hat, a white shirt, and a cape worn around its neck. SCP-3705's cape was green and had a floral pattern design on it. SCP-3705 possessed burn marks on its body and clothing. SCP-3705's clothing also possessed 14 holes of various sizes. SCP-3705 was capable of sight and hearing despite having possessed no discernible organs or mechanisms that enabled these senses.

Eight legs composed of wood were attached to SCP-3705's torso, measuring approximately 1.25 meters. SCP-3705's legs possessed one joint located at the midsection of each leg. Each joint appeared to have been created through damage to each leg, as each leg appeared to have been forcefully bent from a previously straight structure into its jointed structure. At the end of each leg was a hole of unknown depth. Dimensions of the holes varied from each other. SCP-3705 was capable of expelling water from each of these holes. It is unknown how the water SCP-3705 expelled was acquired.

On 3/27/2004, SCP-3705 was discovered by the Foundation when SCP-3705's appearance was reported by undercover operatives working as helicopter pilots for local news stations at a forest fire located at [REDACTED]. MTF Epsilon-14 ("Into the Fire") was deployed to contain SCP-3705. SCP-3705 ignited and was disintegrated before MTF Epsilon-14 reached SCP-3705's location.

During further inspection after the fire was extinguished, a cardboard box was found at the area of SCP-3705's neutralization. Within the box were 17 video cassette tapes and the cape worn by SCP-3705. The cassette tapes contained videos showing footage of various events involving SCP-3705. A title for each cassette tape was written on a piece of masking tape attached to each cassette tape.

The following message was found written on the inside of the cape with black ink.

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