RPC 616





Registered Phenomena Code: 616

Object Class: Alpha-Red

Hazards: Contact Hazard, Psychotronic Hazard, Sensory Hazard

Containment Protocols: The area surrounding the anomaly and the path leading to it have been obscured with dense foliage and nearby structures are installed with covert observation cameras. The outside of the house is encased in two even coatings of epoxy resin and any entrances, including doors, windows, and piping, has been sealed with two feet of concrete.

Along the southern wall of the structure is a 60mm thick double-gasket aluminum door leading to the second floor. Pressure is not to exceed 3.3m3 measured at 200 Pa. External exhausts regulate air pressure consistently 30 hPa lower than the surrounding air.

Any expeditions into the anomaly require Level A Hazmat equipment worn by all participating personnel. An immediate evacuation is to be put into effect in the event of aberrant audio stimulus.

Description: RPC-616 is the designation given to a townhouse located on the outskirts of Pila, Laguna whose interior carries a meme, RPC-616-A, capable of extensive manipulation of the dopamine receptors and limbic regions of the human brain.

By a similar process, reward centers in the brain are rewired for increased sensitivity to information regarding RPC-616, inducing a surge of dopamine and oxytocin in response to the acquisition and recall of RPC-616 information. This process leads to obsessive thoughts centered around the townhouse, causing the subject to devote the majority of their waking hours towards either contemplation or study of RPC-616’s attributes.

The specific vectors of RPC-616’s effect are not yet fully known, although it can be said with relative certainty that the catalyst is human proximity and continued interaction with RPC-616. The most likely attribution of contact for RPC-616 is either through airborne particulate, direct skin contact with materials from RPC-616, or olfactory contact. There may also be a visual aspect to the influence of RPC-616, but if such is extant it is likely secondary in nature.


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