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SCP-1093 The Lamp Man | Safe class | Humanoid / radioactive / light scp

SCP-1093 The Lamp Man | Safe class | Humanoid / radioactive / light scp

Item #: SCP-1093 Object Class: Safe Special Containment Procedures: SCP-1093 is
to be kept inside a sealed 5 meter by 5 meter containment cell. The cell is to be encased
in a 30 centimeter thick lining of lead. Personnel are prohibited from entering the containment
cell or making contact with SCP-1093 unless instructed by Level 4 personnel assigned to
the object. No staff are permitted to enter SCP-1093’s containment cell or make any contact
with SCP-1093 without first being suited in the proper radiological protection. SCP-1093
is to remain deactivated unless the designated staff have instructed its activation. Description: SCP-1093 is a Caucasian male,
1.68 meters in height and between 30 and 35 years old. The head of SCP-1093 is comprised
entirely of a bright light, measuring approximately 1600 lumens. SCP-1093 has no physical cranium
and there are no known sources for the light emitting from the head area of SCP-1093. The
light at SCP-1093’s head does not emanate any sort of heat. No causes for this abnormality
have been determined. SCP-1093 is highly radioactive, emitting radiation
levels ranging from 3500 rad to 4000 rad. It has not yet been determined what causes
SCP-1093 to emit these lethal doses of radiation. SCP-1093 itself does not appear to be affected
by this radiation and it will constantly emit radiation regardless of whether or not it
has been activated. On the back of SCP-1093, attached to the base
of the neck, is a switch labeled with “On” and “Off”, resembling that of a typical household
light-switch. Light only emits from SCP-1093 when the switch is activated. When deactivated,
SCP-1093 appears completely headless. When not activated through this switch, SCP-1093’s
upper body will remain limp. Upon activation, SCP-1093 will lift its upper body, standing
stiff and motionless until deactivation. Biological examination of SCP-1093 has shown
it to be, externally, a living and healthy human from the neck down. SCP-1093 displays
a stable heartbeat and steady, constant breathing. How SCP-1093 is capable of respiration is
unknown, as there are no visible openings to allow any form of inhalation or exhalation.
SCP-1093 does not appear to require food, drink, or sleep. All bodily functions immediately
cease upon deactivation. For information regarding the internal anatomy of SCP-1093 refer to
Surgical Report F224B-1093. When activated, SCP-1093 is entirely dormant.
SCP-1093 does not respond to any staff attempts at interaction and is completely unresponsive
to all external stimuli. In this state, SCP-1093 does not appear capable of speech and does
not display any evidence of sapience. Under these conditions, SCP-1093 will continually
stay stationary, locked into a single stiff, upright position until deactivation. Personnel who have been within the immediate
proximity of SCP-1093 have reported experiencing auditory hallucinations that promptly desist
upon exiting the chamber. Extended contact with SCP-1093 appears to cause these hallucinations
to persist for longer periods of time, typically spanning several days before abruptly ceasing.
In a number of cases the sounds have continued for excessive spans of time, which has caused
significant distress in the afflicted personnel, though the eventual sudden desistance has
remained in nearly all cases. The most commonly experienced sounds produced by SCP-1093 include
a high pitched ringing, a loud “drilling” sound, and a low pulsation similar to that
of a heartbeat. These auditory anomalies all appear to occur exclusively when SCP-1093
is activated and all seem to emanate from an indiscernible source. Surgical Report F224B-1093 Date: █/█/███
Specimen: SCP-1093 Surgical examination conducted under the supervision
of Dr. ████ SCP-1093 remained deactivated during the length
of the surgery. As of the writing of this report, no internal observation on SCP-1093
has been performed while it is in its active state. Radiological protection was worn by
all personnel engaged in the operation. Upon the first abdominal incision, when piercing
the dermis of the specimen, all agents in the immediate area reported a sudden, high-pitched
ringing emanating from an indiscernible source. The ringing continued until the incision was
completed and the abdomen of the specimen was fully opened. This ringing process repeated
for each subsequent incision made upon the subject. Once the internals were exposed no organs
or skeletal structures could be located. The entire interior of SCP-1093 appears to consist
solely of a pale white opalescent substance. The material has a gelatinous consistency
and is filled with many branching, red and blue vein-like protrusions. It seems to be
very durable and resistant to damage, as none of the tools used during the surgery were
capable of piercing or scratching it. This substance remains unidentified and no samples
were able to be extracted for testing. One abnormality of note is that when handling
the exterior portions of SCP-1093’s body, all agents could physically feel internal,
bone-like structures. The ribcage of SCP-1093 is visible when viewed externally, but no
skeleton appears to be present within the interior of SCP-1093. In addition, prior tests
have indicated the presence of several functioning internal organs within SCP-1093, but none
could be identified during the length of the examination. Further investigation of this
matter is requested. All incisions made upon the specimen healed
at a normal rate over the course of several months subsequent to the surgery with the
expected scarring.

38 comments found

  1. Nononononononononononono no no no no NOOO, THIS CAN'T BE, I USED TO HAVE NIGHTMARES ABOUT THIS F****R!!!

  2. can i just say i love how active you are. but as a headphones user i must say. god damn the constant change in volume of your posts is god damn painful at times.

  3. This guy is not safe anymore he is letter because he was part of scp (I forgot the number) and he cut open I class d and ripped his organs out

  4. I think scp 1093 should copyright sue scp 1472 the strip club for copyright infringement and slander of character. Considering it's a lamp suing a strip club.

  5. So… he's a free source of power? I wonder what would happen if he came into contact with the eternal flame

  6. had to know this scp, thought volgun had it but nope, have to settle for you. the intro music and shitty mic.. damn.. whatever. id rather have a lecture then a cinematic experience.

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