RPC-XXX: "Multisensory Exhibition"


Registered Phenomena Code: XXX

Object Class: Beta-Red

Hazard Types:Additional Properties: h-aggression.png Aggression h-grouped.png Grouped h-sentient.png Sentient h-auditory.png Auditory h-sensory.png Sensory

Containment Protocols:
Containment Procedures: Due to difficulty of transporting RPC-XXX, and the contained entities’ reactions to outside stimuli being mostly untested, RPC-XXX must be contained on-site by at least two Level-2 Security Clearance guards at all times. On-site experimentation has been pre-emptively approved by Dr. S███ under specific guidelines. While less threatening due the lower chance of entities manipulating them, note that the behavior of RPC-XXX’s entities when interacting with mentally-sound adults is highly unpredictable. Thus, experimentation must be performed with either remote drones or CSD personnel while exercising heavy caution.

Under no circumstances should children or intellectually-disabled individuals be allowed inside RPC-XXX for experimentation without explicit permission from Head Researcher Dr. G██████, due to the risk of captured individuals being utilized by RPC-XXX’s entities for [DATA EXPUNGED].

RPC-XXX is a currently abandoned children’s science museum in ███████ County, Nebraska. The structure itself was built in the late 1970’s and on its own does not exhibit anomalous properties. After several reports of missing children that visited the museum in 199█, RPC-XXX was raided and promptly shut down by the Authority to contain the anomalous entities discovered inside.

RPC-XXX-1 through 5 are a group of brightly-colored humanoids made from plastinated organic material, originally serving as decorations for a children’s exhibit about the human body’s "five senses”. While being chemically identical to non-anomalous plastinated human cadavers, all instances lack some or all of typical human facial features. Each entity appears to be a representation of one of the human senses, and will have exaggerated versions of the given sensory organ on the body, similar to the "cortical homunculus" neurological model. RPC-XXX-1 through 5 typically roam the museum on weekdays from 11AM to 7PM, spending the rest of the day near their displays to rest. While active, the entities perform sophisticated hunting behaviors as a group, typically targeting humans and occasionally wild animals by using mimicry and ambush predator tactics. While RPC-XXX’s mimicry tactics are notably less effective on mentally sound adults, RPC-XXX is an active and convincing threat to young children and cognitively-impaired adults.

Entity Description
RPC-XXX-1 A light-yellow humanoid with overly large eyeballs bulging slightly out of their sockets. Of the entities, RPC-XXX-1 is the most competent at navigation, being able to see with roughly 360 degree vision. Due to its highly sensitive retinas, RPC-XXX-1 is capable of sight under notably dim lighting conditions, with the average within its environment being measured around ██ lumens .
RPC-XXX-2 A pink humanoid with a large nose covering most of the face’s surface area. RPC-XXX-2 possesses a heightened sense of smell as well as the ability to artificially produce scents through sternulation. Commonly observed scents from CSD personnel include buttered popcorn, soft pretzels, and [DATA EXPUNGED].
RPC-XXX-3 A blue humanoid with hands roughly five times the size of an average adult male’s, and prehensile feet of a similar size. RPC-XXX-3’s extremities are extremely sensitive, being able to detect minute changes in air pressure, temperature, and [DATA EXPUNGED]. Due to it having no facial sensory organs, RPC-XXX-3 typically crawls on its extremities around the museum, and in some circumstances, climb.
RPC-XXX-4 A green humanoid with exaggerated ears and a 5cm-diameter hole functioning as a “mouth” on the center of the face. Testing devices show that RPC-XXX-4 can hear and track frequencies up to roughly 150,000 Hz sent through radio. RPC-XXX-4 has also been observed vocalizing through its “mouth” at ranges within human hearing. It can accurately mimic animal and machine sounds, and to an extremely limited degree, human speech. Judging by the pitch, the mimicked speech resembles an average adult woman’s, but on some occasions the speech may resemble a young child instead.
RPC-XXX-5 A humanoid in a color described by test subjects as [REDACTED], and is designated by Authority researchers as the most hazardous of the five entities. RPC-XXX-5 features a large mouth lined with teeth and jaw that makes up most of the mass of the head, as well as a large tongue reaching down to the entity’s torso. RPC-XXX-5’s mouth constantly salivates a highly viscous fluid, with samples being shown to contain genetic material of roughly ███ individuals. RPC-XXX-5’s mouth typically stays open as the tongue cannot retract, but when attempting to destroy a foreign object or incapacitate prey, it uses a bite force estimated at roughly 3000 psi. Puncture wounds around the base of the tongue suggest RPC uses this biting sparingly, typically ███████ing its prey instead.

Document XXX-006: The following contains a transcript of an interview with Mr. J██████ ████, who will be hereby referred to as Subject XXX-04. Subject is an Asian-American male who was tracked down after the discovery of a ███████ County newspaper featuring a captioned photo of him at RPC-XXX as a young child. Shortly after the interview, Subject XXX-4 was given Class A-1 Amnestics.

Interviewed: Subject XXX-4

Interviewer: Researcher ███████

<Begin Log>

Researcher ███████: I’m glad you could make it today, Mr. ████. We had a few questions to ask you about a certain field trip you attended in 199█. How old were you at the time of the trip?

Subject XXX-4: I was like, 7 or 8 years old at the time. Why do you need to know about this, though? It was just a field trip.

Researcher ███████: Well, are there any memories about it that stick out to you? Or anything that felt out of place there?

Subject XXX-4: It was just a regular kid’s museum, doc. I was a little brat at the time and kept running around because the teachers just kinda let us loose in there.

Researcher ███████: Are there any specific exhibits you remember?

Subject XXX-4: Honestly I barely paid attention, they had a snack bar there so I ended up eating a bunch of popcorn. Kept hearing car horns too, so maybe there was some sort of exhibit about vehicles somewhere? Definitely wasn’t outside. I guess they wanted to be like an amusement park, ‘cuz there were these ugly-ass mascots walking around the whole time.

Researcher ███████: What do you remember about the mascots? It sounds like they stood out to you at the time.

Subject XXX-4: They were all these really obnoxious colors and had that gross-out look to them, but it was the 90’s, so I guess that’s a given. One had eyes that looked like they were gonna pop out of his head, and the costumes smelled AWFUL, like a kid had puked all over ‘em. I dunno if they were meant to smell bad or if they were just too lazy to clean the suits.

Researcher ███████: Did you ever hear about any incidents related to this museum as a child? People going missing?

[Subject XXX-4 does not respond]

Researcher ███████: Please answer the question, Mr. ████.

Subject XXX-4: There was… Some kid at my school that went missing that week. He wasn’t in my class so when I heard about it, I figured he just got lost in there and they found him at the end of the day.

Researcher ███████: Do you think he was kidnapped?

Subject XXX-4: In hindsight, probably. But the security there was also pretty lax, every door I opened was already unlocked. Maybe he got stuck in a supply closet?

Researcher ███████: Were there any rooms with anything strange in them?

Subject XXX-4: The basement was kinda weird, but there weren't aliens or anything down there if that’s what you mean, doc.

Researcher ███████: Please continue.

Subject XXX-4: There was some sorta exhibit down there, but it didn’t look finished. The place was a mess. It looked like a cave of some sort, really big, I peeked in the interior. Looked like the inside of a person, and the whole thing was made of this glossy, rubbery stuff. It looked kinda realistic, but I was a kid, so it must have been either something they were working on or getting rid of.

Researcher ███████: Now, about the mascots…

Subject XXX-4: I doubt the mascots have anything to do with that kid going missing, can’t imagine you could even see much in one of those suits. They smelled like shit, but so did the basement, probably got all damp and moldy down there and it made everything smell.

Researcher ███████: Mr. ████, from our investigation, there was no presence of mold in the basement.

Subject XXX-4: This was over 10 years ago, what the hell makes you think the mold is still-

Researcher ███████: This concludes our interview, thank you for your time, Mr. ████.

<End Log>


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