Item #: SCP-106

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures:Edit

No physical interaction with SCP-106 AT ANY TIME. All physical interaction must be approved by no less than two-thirds vote from O5-Command. Any such interaction must be taken in AR-II maximum security sites, after an non-essential staff evacuation. All staff (Research, Security, Class D, etc) must remain at least 200 meters of SCP-106's containment area at all times except in a event of breach.

Any corrosion observed on containment cell surfaces, staff members, or other site personnel within locations within 400 meters of SCP-106 are to be reported to site security immediately. Any objects lost to SCP-106 are to be missing/KIA. No recovery attempts must be made under any circumstances.


"Sans The Skeleton" appears to be a smiling skeleton with a resemblance to [DATA EXPUNGED]. The spectra has fused with his being, resulting in the subject using only 'instinctive intuition' and only desires for 'basic needs.' Subject seems to exhibit the ability to vibrate through matter. How he achieves this is under great debate between science personnel.

His coat seems to be covered in mucus made up of spectra. Subject suffered acid burns from attempts to contain him, resulting in 3rd and 2nd degree burns all over his body.

Whenever he "phases" through matter, he leaves behind the same type of spectra he's covered in. The phasing-through also seems to breakdown materials several seconds after contact with the subject. Instances of where the subject passes are indicated by cracks, spectra and thinning of matter making it brittle. The subject has been reported to be sapient, however, no footage or audio of the subject have been recorded.

Subject is predatory in nature though shows sentience far beyond a normal tertiary consumer. Subject incapacitates his prey by damaging major organs, or tendons, then takes them into a "Judgement Dimension".

"Basic needs" do not apply to a natural monster, as SCP-106's needs stem from "feeding" off his prey and living in darkness. The subject does not need substances like we do.

Judgement DimensionEdit

This dimension's laws of physics and reality seem to be skewed compared to ours. Limited observation of this "Judgement Dimension" sees to reflect SCP-106's appearance, a possible sign of narcissism. It is composed of a yellow-hued room adorned hallways and room that are controlled by subject's command.