A 056

This document was provided to the Authority during a trade negotiation
with GEAR. The anomaly was never traded and is still owned by GEAR.

Object Number: A-056

Containment Requirements:Low

Danger Level: Low

Description:The item is, in appearance and function, a standard ███-███ Crime Scene UV light. However, the item's anomalous properties reveal themselves whenever the item is shone with the goal of using it for it's intended purposearound a crime scene of any type, particularly those of a violent or sexual nature. The item causes a manifestation of erroneous, often threatening messages and evidence only visible under a UV lamp. As of the writing of this description, there is no proposed patterns behind As of ██/██/████ there are multiple proposed theories on what will elicit specific types of responses. The secondary anomalous effect will occur if the same user uses the item on a separate crime scene within approximately 48 72 hours. When this happens, the item will cause a similar manifestation of evidence, however, said messages will become more personal and direct in nature, and relating to the previous crimes, often implying that the victims were linked to the user of the item.

After the activation of the secondary effect, continued use of the item will cause a rapid escalation in the severity and commonality of the threats. In addition, the object will begin to effect the subject more directly. Subjects have reported returning to places they commonly inhabit to find furniture slightly moved, and objects such as mail tampered with.

In extreme cases of prolonged uses of the item will result in the formation of visible messages manifesting themselves in the subjects residence, place of work, or place of education. cause the subject to begin to see patterns where there are none, such as messages hidden in the cracks in brickwork.

Please note that the item will occasionally substitute itself for similar non-anomalous items, presumably in order to be used. In addition, after use, the item will attempt to position itself in order to make the user use it again within a 48 72 hour period causes an increased rate of disorientation. There have been multiple cases where, due to interruptions during testing or other similar distractions, the user has misplaced the item, causing it to be erroneously replaced with the standard UV lights.

Containment Procedures:
All non-anomalous UV lights on site are to be clearly marked with a bright red band, in order to prevent substitution with the item.

The item is to be kept in a standard storage locker, with a camera feed on it at all times. Every two hours, the feed is to be checked in order to ensure that substitution has not taken place.

In the event that the item is found outside of it's designated storage locker, it is to be reported to a site supervisor immediately, then returned to the designated storage locker.

The item is not to be used outside of testing.

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