You Can't Top Pigs with Pigs
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Item #: SCP-4X OlI/4X
Object Class: Safe Classified

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fig 1.1. Still frame from SCP-4X, Configuration 2A, Monitor 2, View 3 at 22:38:32.

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-4X, along with the building in which it resides, has been purchased from GoI-952 ("Olney Ironworks"). No further containment measures are deemed necessary.

On the order of Director Drummond, the current legacy systems are to remain in place until such a time when replacement becomes necessary.

Description: SCP-4X is the surveillance room of the former Olney Ironworks Southeast Houston manufacturing center. Prior to Incident G952-AE-Tennenbacher, SCP-4X displayed no anomalous properties.

Surveillance equipment inside SCP-4X plays a continuous 3 hour and 36 minute loop of the events of Incident G952-AE-Tennenbacher1. This includes all systems installed following the Incident, allowing for perspectives impossible through the original hardware.2

While playbacks of SCP-4X remain largely consistent, minute divergences have been recorded. Divergences appear most frequently following the installation of new equipment within the manufacturing center. Despite this, the full scope of Incident G952-AE-Tennenbacher has yet to be prevented on-record.

Subjects depicted in SCP-4X's playbacks correspond to employees present at the time of the event. The Foundation has been unable to locate these subjects for questioning See Interview transcripts.


Playback Log (Control Configuration): The following is a rough timeline of Incident G952-AE-Tennenbacher, based on the hardware configuration originally present within the manufacturing center.

[Begin Log]

[20:24:36] Footage begins as a man3 manning a casting station drops what looks to be a necklace or circular chain into a mold full of molten metal. Lopez reacts with either frustration or apprehension, before taking leave from his station.

Around the same time, another man4 inside of a break room answers his cell phone. The call appears to last around six minutes, during which time Navarro nods, pacing around the break room.

[20:27:18] A trapdoor in the vehicle bay5 is jostled by an unseen figure.

[20:28:00] Mr. Lopez confront his manager6 on an unknown issue.

[20:37:15] Employees in the break room visibly startle, before turning to look at the overhead ventilation.

[20:38:27] Mr. Lopez, having returned to work, suddenly stops to look to a nearby industrial furnace, from which emerges what appears to be a domestic pig.

[End Log]


Notable Deviations:


History: SCP-4X and two other anomalous recordings were discovered inside a concealed storage chamber in the basement of the Chattanooga Film Society headquarters. Besides the circumstances of their acquisition, no verifiable connection was found between the three artifacts, and each received a distinct SCP designation.

Item Tracker
Kirk Lonwood HS senior pranks

Each entry 1oaK. WATCH FOR IMITATIONS! Copies do not have SFX!!!

??. 1966
Super 8 cartridge. Half of the collectors we've talked to swear it exists, other half swear it's a hoax. No credible evidence of owners/locations. Not worth chasing a myth of a myth, but keep an eye out anyway.

1. 1976
Betamax cassette. The holy grail.

  • Library archive?
    • Unlikely. They don't just go around collecting every major artifact like it's Legends of the Hidden Temple. Bookies hate paramedia anyway

2. 1986 SUCK IT ALBUQUERQUE
VHS-C cassette.

  • AFC confirmed to have copy. Location of original is unknown.

3. 1996
MiniDV cassette.

  • Copy sold in MCD auction 2003?
    • Inside source says it sold to Siegfried Munchen in Hamburg dec 17th. FIND HIM!!
    • Found him, rich fucking dumbass didn't even know it was a copy

4. 2006
MiniDV cassette.

  • Presumably kept in a private collection. Lot of people were fighting over this one; unsure which one of them ended up with it.

5. 2016
Format unknown. Everyone and their grandma was waiting on this one. Too many rumors, too little time. KEEP AFC MISINFORMATION GOING

6+. 20X6
Spoilers!