The Basement of Warehouse 23

“Somewhere, beneath the cover of an innocuous-looking retail operation, those with true Power have built a facility to imprison forces man was not meant to know . . . things we were never meant to comprehend. The Ark of the Covenant. The Crystal Skull. Alien spacecraft . . . and aliens. Documentation of conspiracies and cover-ups. And more.

Are you ready for Warehouse 23?

Apparently a precursor to The SCP Foundation. New to me.

The SCP Foundation

“Operating clandestine and worldwide, the Foundation operates beyond jurisdiction, empowered and entrusted by every major national government with the task of containing anomalous objects, entities, and phenomena. These anomalies pose a significant threat to global security by threatening either physical or psychological harm.

The Foundation operates to maintain normalcy, so that the worldwide civilian population can live and go on with their daily lives without fear, mistrust, or doubt in their personal beliefs, and to maintain human independence from extraterrestrial, extradimensional, and other extranormal influence.

Our mission is three-fold: [Secure, Contain, Protect].”

About The SCP Foundation.

Wikipedia might be the better source in this instance:

“The SCP Foundation is a fictional organization that is the subject of a web-based collaborative writing project of the same name. The stories generated by the project describe the exploits of the Foundation, supposedly responsible for containing individuals, entities, locations, and objects that violate natural law (referred to as SCPs). The main written works on the SCP Foundation website are articles written in the style of structured internal documentation about the contained SCPs. The website also contains thousands of “Foundation Tales”, short stories set within the universe of the SCP Foundation…

…The SCP Foundation series has received praise for its ability to convey horror through its scientific and academic writing style, as well as for its high quality standards.”

SCP Foundation,” in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia; available from; Internet; retrieved 19 December 2017.

Finally, some “fake news” that is at least interesting and differently horrible.