I was going to join the foundation, but I never got around to it. Here's an entry I was writing, if you want.
Security Containment Procedure:
SCP-____ is to be kept in a small cell room and seated on a 4-legged steel chair bolted to the floor. The suit's wrists are to be bound to the chair arms with steel bands, and the box is to be situated a meter away. SCP-___-2's heart-rate is to be observed through a remote monitor; any signs of an increase are to be met immediately with a ____ decibel shock. A microphone unit is installed within the helmet to record anything SCP-____-2 chooses to say.
All testing is to take place in SCP-____'s cell. Chemical testing on SCP-____'s contents may only be allowed if previously tested in a similar manner on Class-D personal and found non-lethal. Any interviews with SCP-___-2 are perfectly acceptable, provided that the interviewer does not mention the National Aeronautics and Space Association, rockets, [DATA EXPUNGED], or Mars.
SCP-____ is a 6 foot tall pressurized, atmospheric suit. The item is composed of plates of various steel alloys, with the limbs covered in sheathes of a rubber-like polymer. A plexiglass bubble serves as the visor of the helmet unit, and contains a flight helmet and breath mask of the type generally used in 1956. Two rubber hoses connect respectively to the chest and back of the SCP-___. Closer examination of the synthetic parts of the suit reveal chips of meteorite of Martian origin. Sounds of mechanical activity can be clearly heard from within SCP-___, but the suit's leadlined interior prevented X-ray examination. The rubber hoses connect the suit to a 3 meter tall steel box. The item sits in a wooden chasis that rests upon 4 small stilts, and is considered part of SCP-___. The box is leadlined as well. Different materials circulate through the piping; the hose on the front of the suit passes oxygen and other respiratory gasses to the breathmask, while the rear hose transports liquid rich in nutrients, presumably to the digestive system of suit's occupant. Temperatures within the suit may vary between -12 degrees C and -9 degrees C.
SCP-___ houses the man SCP-___-2. SCP-___-2 is a 5'6" young old caucasian male of poor physical and mental condition. His physical features after the augmenting process are difficult to discern, as he will die if extracted for examination, and the helmet obscures many of them. SCP-___-2 legs are broken because of [DATA EXPUNGED], and he is therefore confined to a sitting position. SCP-___-2's bones and muscles have atrophied, and samples taken of his blood reveal signs of radiation poisoning and traces of antifreeze. The person shows limited signs of upper body movement, and often remains still unless spoken too. The man's heartrate is abnormally slow (30 beats per minute) and only raises by 10 beats per minute when he becomes aggressive. SCP-___'s voice is often noted to be raspy and low by people talking to him, and he speaks in a broken mix of Russian, English, and [DATA EXPUNGED]. Unusually, SCP-____-2 appears not to have aged at all, despite it being 55 years since he first entered SCP-____. Further research on this quality is pending.
Interview with SCP-___-2
Interviewer: Hello, ____-2. We, the foundation, would like to learn more about your former life before entering your suit.
Interviewer: Please, we know you can speak more English than that. Do not waste our time.
[SCP-___-2 remains silent at this]
Interviewer: We really just want to help you, ___-2.
SCP-___-2: раненый. Hurts. Water. Please.
Interviewer: We're sorry, ___-2, but-
[SCP-___-2 interrupts her]
SCP-___-2: It hurts! Crippled! Murder! ловушка!
Interviewer: Slow down, ___-2. We cannot administer a solution without knowing your problems. Firstů What was your job before entering service?
SCP-___-2: I teach. I teach and children watch.
Interviewer: Interesting. Could you tell us more about your employers?
SCP-___-2: I before speak good English and Russian. Now feel worse. Dying. Ill.
Interviewer: Yes, yes, and your employers?
SCP-___-2: They speak good lie. He tell me about money. Not about this.
Interviewer: And your first flight, what happened there?
[SCP-___-2's hearbeat raises 8 beats. Electroshock is applied.]
SCP-___-2: Why can't I die? It's because of him! It's because of the Red Planet! It's about [DATA EXPUNGED]!
[Interviewer leaves ]
edited 29th Apr '11 8:55:08 AM by Scardoll