RPC-285

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Registered Phenomena Code: 285

Object Class: Alpha-Purple

Hazard Types: Visual, Tychokinetic, Memory Alteration, Organic, Emotional

Containment Protocols: A 4 meter high concrete wall with a barbed wire top has been constructed around RPC-285, and is to be patrolled by ASF personnel at all times. Repairs to this wall are to be made as deemed necessary by the acting Containment Director.

A joint containment effort for RPC-285 has been established with the Group Of Interest known as The Array. Because of this, personnel are to be aware of the fact that The Array is composed of robotic personnel. Under no circumstances are Authority personnel to enter the perimeter wall around RPC-285. Maintenance for the interior of the perimeter wall is to be done by The Array.

In the event that a member of Authority staff comes into visual contact with RPC-285-1 they are to be immediately sedated and subsequently incinerated.

WARNING

The RPC-285 file contains information on an extremely aggressive cognitive-hazard that may manifest as an informational hazard. Any personnel with less then 10 years of experience handling phenomena with cognitive hazardous properties should not have access to this file.



Description: RPC-285 is the designation of a house located in the ruins of the town of [REDACTED] in Northern Russia. RPC-285 contains an extremely aggressive cognitive hazard designated as RPC-285-1.

RPC-285-1 is the corpse of a 13 year old girl, with the legal name of Gage Boscinav. RPC-285-1 appears to have died by self-inflicted strangulation utilizing a noose1. The body has been modified to have a pressure gauge installed into the neck. This pressure gauge always displays the amount of pressure currently being applied to neck of RPC-285-1 from the noose.

When a human directly perceives RPC-285-1 in any manner (they will be referred to as RPC-285-2 from this point forward) RPC-285-1 will begin to violently flail and thrash about as if being strangled. This will lead RPC-285-2 to call for help and leave RPC-285-1. After RPC-285-2 leaves RPC-285-1 it will completely forget about RPC-285-1's existence.

An undetermined amount of time after RPC-285-2 leaves RPC-285-1, they will report feeling overwhelmed by guilt. This guilt will invariably lead RPC-285-2 instances to attempt suicide unsuccessfully, causing prolonged death. In some circumstances RPC-285-2 will survive this event, and in such circumstances, 12 hours after the event RPC-285-2's throat will become blocked by a mixture of sulfur and human blood, resulting in death. After the RPC-285-2 instance expires, by any method, a pressure gauge will grow from the body and the body of the RPC-285-2 instance will gain RPC-285-1's cognitive-hazardous properties.


Addendum.1:
Discovery

RPC-285 was discovered during an investigation into the town of ███████ in northern Russia, after all non-deepweb internet traffic was discovered to have suddenly stopped within the town. This investigation revealed the presence of Array units around the only structure left in the town. Initial contact with the Array was established, and an interview was setup between an Array representative and an Authority representative. Following this interview a joint containment agreement was established between the Authority and the Array.

Additionally, Authority forces were utilized to properly cover up the events that transpired prior to RPC-285's containment, and were able to properly erase evidence relating to the existence of ███████.


Addendum.2:
The Array Files

Foreword: The following documents were given to the Authority after the joint containment agreement with the Array was created.

Array Database
Immediate Threat File: #96

Threat ID: #96

Alternate ID(s): Gage Boscinav

Threat Rating: 78.4%

Specific Threats: Humanoid Threat, Aggressive Cognitive Threat, Tychokinetic Threat

Threat Status: Secure and Isolated


Response: Immediate Threat #96

Discovery

Written Report: Sightings of corpse being left alone by humans in the view of traffic cameras in a town located in north-eastern Russia resulted in discovery of pressure gauges in the victims, which led to the declaration of #96's existence.

Optimal Response: Secure and Isolate

Reasoning: #96 demonstrates infectious cognitive hazards, and moving the original might cause an unprecedented reaction that could be more dangerous.

Unit(s) Involved:

Array Database
Unit File: X4D9


Array Database
Unit File: B731


Array Database
Unit File: YK95


Array Database
Unit File: A624

— Security Establishment Log —

Security Establishment Log: Begin

1. YK95 brought over designated area, and isolates its communications.

2. B731 is used to destroy all roads leading to the #96 origin location.

3. YK95 initializes an emergency weather warning, and indicates that all people should meet in the town center where helicopters will start evacuating civilians.

4. X4D9 arrives in town center and begins to terminate possibly infected subjects.

5. X4D9 terminates all human life within the #96 origin location, approximately 20% of humans were discovered to be #96-1.

6. A624 arrives and begins to dispose of all human corpses, and destroy any non-origin structures.

7. YK95 initializes the complete removal of all data relating to the #96 origin location from the human web.

8. #96 is discovered in an abandoned house on the out skirts on the #96 origin location, and is deemed to be secured and isolated.

Security Establishment Log: End


Additional Notes

Excerpt of Recorded Victims:



ARRAY OS VERSION 9.1.60
(c) ARRAY SOFTWARE



Addendum.3:
Interview Log

— Investigation Report —

RPC-285 Origin


Written Report: Following the discovery of RPC-285 Authority assets were diverted to find the origin of RPC-285. Investigations into the possible residents of [REDACTED] that were not present during the initial operations by The Array were conducted. Eventually, a resident that had recently left [REDACTED] for a job in a distant city was located by Authority personnel, and an interview was setup.

— Interview Log —

Interviewed: Kazarezov Boscinav

Interviewer: Dr. Igorevich

Foreword: Translated from Russian to English.

<Begin Log>

Dr. Igorevich: Hello Kazarezov, I am Dr. Igorvich, and I am with the government.

Kazarezov: Why am I here? Did I do something wrong? If so I need to speak to my lawyer.

Dr. Igorevich: One question at a time. First off, you didn't do anything wrong, at least to the best of our knowledge.

Kazarezov: *sighs* Unfortunate…

Dr. Igorevich: What do you mean by that?

Kazarezov: I would rather not tell…

Dr. Igorevich: Your response to my answer indicates that you believe you did something wrong. So, would you please elaborate?

Kazarezov: I am not going to lie, there was a part of me hoping that you were going to punish for what happened to Gage.

Dr. Igorevich: Who is Gage?

Kazarezov: She was my daughter, a few weeks back she… took her own life. I saw the note and the body, just hanging there. I was offered a job here a month prior to that; the only reason I stayed in ███████ was because of her. So I took the job, and left that place behind…

Kazarezov: She was always so cheerful; I just don't get why she didn't talk to me about her problems… I would've listened to her, I was her father after all…

Dr. Igorevich: Do you mind if I ask you a few questions about ███████?

Kazarezov: What's there to know? It's a shithole that barely has medium residential, and just enough jobs in commercial to support the population there.

Dr. Igorevich: Was there anything unusual happening in ███████ before you left?

Kazarezov: No

Dr. Igorevich: Anything at all out of the ordinary?

Kazarezov: Nothing at all.

Dr. Igorevich: Before we wrap this us, do you mind if I ask what you did with your daughter's body?

Kazarezov: What do you mean?

Dr. Igorevich: Did you call the police? Do you have a funeral planned?

Kazarezov: No…

Dr. Igorevich: What did you do then?

Kazarezov: I ran as fast, and as far as I could from that town. I just couldn't live in that place anymore.

Dr. Igorevich: That will be all, thank you for your cooperation.

Kazarezov: Am I going to be punished, for what I did?

Dr. Igorevich: No, you will not be punished.

<End Log>

Closing Statement: Kazarezov Boscinav was later found to have been incinerated in a house fire that had occurred in his place of residence outside of ███████. Later communications with the Array revealed that he was tracked and terminated by Array units under the pretense that he might have been an RPC-285-2 instance.



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