SCP-1302-JP Translated
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SCP-1302-JP at initial containment

Item #: SCP-1302-JP

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: All windows of SCP-1302-JP's passenger capsules are to be obscured with opaque covers. Personnel are to be in wait nearby when a capsule reaches to the entrance gate of SCP-1302-JP.

Facility where contains SCP-1302-JP and its surrounding area are to be maintained by a Foundation front company to avoid public access, or the reutilization by local government or corporations.

Description: SCP-1302-JP is a Ferris wheel with 16 passenger capsules, approximately 40m in height; it is located so as to occlude the entrance of an abandoned amusement park "████████ Land". SCP-1302-JP was discovered after █ reports of disappearances. While SCP-1302-JP shows almost the same deterioration as other equipment in the park, no mention about Ferris wheel exists in past records such as building plans and guidebooks; all former visitors and employees didn't clearly remember whether the park had a Ferris wheel or not. At first glance, SCP-1302-JP appears to be stationary — in reality, however, it has been wheeling at extremely slow speed despite the lack of power supply system (see Addendum).

Several unidentified individuals have been trapped in passenger capsules of SCP-1302-JP. While these individuals display no sign of starvation and dehydration, most of them are in mental breakdown. All tests and plans regarding the forcible opening of capsules or the suspension of SCP-1302-JP resulted in [REDACTED] of personnel involved; thus, aforementioned plans are currently suspended.

Observation Log 1302 – Drone "い-███"
Note: For the sake of convenience, passenger capsules were designated in a rotation direction order. At the time of discovery, #1 capsule was found at a position slightly away from the entrance gate.
# Subject Log
1 Empty Interior of capsule is completely covered by red hand-marks, 50cm long and 22cm wide.
4 A middle-aged male wearing orange work coveralls Trying to open the door of capsule while screaming.
5 A young male wearing a pair of eyeglasses and a drone equipped with hydraulic salvage appliances Drone is already dismantled. Male is continuously writing the considerations about his current situation into documents at hand.
7 Two male and two female; all appears to be in late 10's or early 20's [REDACTED] at all times. No intellectual behavior has been observed.
8 A young male wearing suit Hanging himself from ceiling by his tie; continuously struggling for at least ██ minutes of observation.
10 Four male children Three of them has collapsed on the floor one upon another; no motion detected. One active individual are writing a character string on window glasses by using a red liquid; as personnel viewed said text fell unconscious, observation was suspended.
12 An adult male and an adult female Female [REDACTED], twitching on the seat. Male is arranging said female's █████, ████, █████ and ███████ on the floor, continuously fixing their placements.
13 An adult male, an adult female and a female child Male is crying while hugging two females. Limbs of both female are amputated; no motion detected.
14 A young male Looking outside from window, sometimes yawning.
15 Interior is obscured with pulsating flesh and organs A muffled voice is infrequently repeating the lyrics of "Dies Iræ".
16 All windows covered with red color N/A

Capsule #16 spontaneously opened when it reached the entrance gate. At the same time, estimated ████ liters of a red, opaque liquid flowed out from capsule and swallowed up on-site Foundation personnel. Sample couldn't be taken, as liquid in question and personnel were immediately vanished. However, a full human skeleton was subsequently discovered in near SCP-1302-JP; it is believed that said skeleton was also flowed out of Capsule #16.

Addendum: Based on long-term observation, it is estimated that SCP-1302-JP takes ███ years for one revolution. Capsule #15 is expected to reach the entrance gate on 203█.

Original Article:
SCP-1302-JP "廻る。"

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