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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: A perimeter fence is to be established 5m from the area of effect of SCP-XXXX-2 to prevent entry from civilians, motion sensors have been installed to alert Foundation personnel of unauthorized entry. Class-A amnestics can be used if intruders have entered the perimeter.

Description: SCP-XXXX-1 is a large, pre-world-war era wooden house located in the Białowieża forest, in the Podlaskie region of Poland. It appears to be heavily overgrown, but it posesses possibly anomalous strength against natural phenomena. Wood samples, although most appears rotten or otherwise decayed holds approximately 27% better than similar samples of wood.

SCP-XXXX-2A is a phenomena which affects a 20m radius around SCP-XXXX-1. It causes any human entering the affected area to feel somewhat happier and content, no anomalous or unusual dopamine release has been noted, nor any other anomalous or unusual brain activity.

SCP-XXXX-2B is another phenomena affecting the same area as SCP-XXXX-2A, increasing in intensity the longer the subject in question remains within SCP-XXXX-2's vicinity or the closer they get to SCP-XXXX-1. SCP-XXXX-2B causes short but violent episodes of symptoms similar to chronic mental depression. These usually increase in length and intensity the longer the subject remains within SCP-XXXX-2's radius. Short visual hallucinations can also occur with prolonged exposure. These hallucinations usually include a family of 2 children, male and female, and a husband and wife, identified as the Leslaski family. The Leslaski family lived in SCP-XXXX-1 from 19██ to 19██. SCP-XXXX-2B affects males and parents of at least two children more intensely than other recorded subjects. SCP-XXXX-2B can also increase in intensity when certain objects are viewed or touched by subjects entering SCP-XXXX-1 (See Addendum XXXX-B).

Addendum XXXX-A:

Addendum XXXX-B:

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