God I love SCP, what great fiction. I actually began mapping a series of maps (a campaign) centered around the SCP Series, a while back.
SCP-115 made me laugh.
Oh yeah! I love these.
I remember this from my Super-Creepy Unexplained Broadcasts Megathread.
Some of my favourites were the coffee vending machine that dispenses any liquid it's told to, and another one about a large, strange alien creature that must be looked at, but i believe it's already been mentioned in this thread.
Also the ones on Cain and Able are awesome.
I read through all these a couple months ago. I was insanely bored.
Not really that scary, but interesting reads nonetheless.
If it makes you feel better, nothing happens. He just keeps going down a really dark stairwell.
"Addendum [SCP-294ad]: Researcher produced request consisting solely of the phrase, "Surprise me." Device produced a opaque cup containing normal water, later determined to have been superheated to about 200 degrees Celsius. Upon receiving vibration from transport, the contents of the cup turned into steam, violently spraying boiling water in a 2-meter radius. Researcher reported a quantifiable level of surprise at the occurrence."
The [DATA EXPUNGED] sections are like one big Informational blueballs
The Things Dr Bright Is Not Allowed To Do At the Foundation
108) Dr. Bright is not allowed to upload visual memetic kill agents to
4chan 7chanany imageboard.
108.1) Well, okay, maybe to 4chan. It'd be doing the gene pool a service.
This is the best In my opinion, longest SCP story and boy is it a read I loved every second of it.
SCP-093 'Blue' Test
SCP-093 'Green' Test
SCP-093 'Violet' Test
SCP-093 'Yellow' Test
SCP-093 'Red' Test
read the tests they are the true story
the critical tomatoes is a fucking great one
Item: One mature SCP-504 tomato
Subject: A portable computer playing a pre-recorded engineering joke.
Transcript: "2009 is going to be a complex year. We already know the real part; we still have to find the imaginary part".
Result: Supersonic blast detected; computer was completely vaporized by the tomato's kinetic energy. Sensor readings indicate an approximate speed of 3500 km/h (2174 mph).