SCP-087 is a stairwell that doesn't end. All those who go down these stairs can hear a crying child roughly 200 meters down, which seems to get lower at the same speed as the person descending. As they descend further, a creature, currently known as SCP-087-2, stalks them down, usually coming from in front of the person, but sometimes behind them. Four of the SCP Foundation's D-Class personnel have gone down. Three of their reports can be found on these links:

SCP-087-2 has ambushed the D-class personnel in all of the three reports linked above. The third, who it ambushed from behind instead of from the front, ending up passing out lower down. The peculiar thing is that the creature did not stare at the personnel as it did with the previous two, but instead looked directly at the camera, as if it were looking at those viewing the video feed directly, instead of the intruder. The person from the third report is presumed dead, because she never made it back before the audio and video feeds cut out and was never re-established. It is classified as Euclid, a dangerous SCP that must be watched, instead of Safe, an SCP that can be left alone without being watched, which is strange. While it is dangerous, it is easily avoidable, as, being a staircase, it isn't mobile. However, the reason behind this is explained by the fourth exploration of the stairwell, but the report is completely censored and left to the reader's imagination. All that is known is that, after the exploration, eerie knocking was heard from the inside of the stairwell's entrance door.

Trivia Edit


SCP-087 screenshot.

* An SCP-087 game was made by Haversine.
  • A sequel to the game, SCP-087-B, was made by Undertow Games, who also created SCP - Containment Breach. SCP-087-B introduces three new entities.

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