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Hola amigos. I don't know how to start this off, so I'm just gonna dive right into the main point. So there's this fellow by the name of Trevor Henderson. He's an artist who takes the most uncanny monsters to ever spawn from the human imagination and places them into the real world through the power of editing. He's actually gathered quite an occult following. One piece in particular though towers above the rest I am of course talking about. This monster certainly captures the imagination. So much so in fact, that he had his own little game made for him. Basically, what I wanted to do is take this image and turn it into its own article. The basic idea is that SCP-XXXX is a large, humanoid entity which lives in the woods surrounding an urban area of some sort. It feeds on humans, capturing its prey by incapacitating them with a loud noise produced by the two speaker-shaped structures located where a head would be. So what do you think? Does this sound like an intriguing idea? Is it a good idea to make an article out of an image that's already kind of been circulating? Will I ever stop asking questions? Well, what are you looking at me for? I don't know! The author has stated: Basically, what I wanted to do is take this image and turn it into its own article. Though SURELY you can have something close to it but not exact correct? Given how iconic the sirenhead monster is and the fact that recently two people were banned this week for plagiarizing Sirenhead, I don't think it's a good idea to encourage an SCP derivative. Surely you can reach out to the creator and ask for their permission if you MUST have the picture? Given that the creative commons license is likely not compatible with the content that has been created already, this seems overly presumptuous. 173 isn't CC but it's up because we got consent from the author to use it. And iconic? I have never heard of this thing until a few days ago when I saw a stupid video call "When you breach" or whatever. Again, I see no reason why we can't reach out to Siren Head's creator and ask them if we can turn their work into an SCP. 173 isn't CC but it's up because we got consent from the author to use it. …did you read the SCP-173 disclaimer? It's definitely not something we want a repeat of; there's so much extra work generated for staff making sure that 173 derivative works and products adhere properly to the noncommercial usage. And iconic? I have never heard of this thing until a few days ago when I saw a stupid video call "When you breach" or whatever. Yes, it's iconic. We've had people attempt to write sirenhead up for months. Again, I see no reason why we can't reach out to Siren Head's creator and ask them if we can turn their work into an SCP. We really don't want to be encouraging people to bug creators to use copyrighted content for creative commons work that people can then make derivative work of and make profits off of for themselves. 173 isn't CC but it's up because we got consent from the author to use it. 173 is a unique case. It is a past sin we are simply stuck with. I've personally spent many hours and thousands of words and any number of internal policy tweaks to make keeping it on site possible, and it is still my single largest stressor as a member of staff. No further cases like it will be allowed. Again, I see no reason why we can't reach out to Siren Head's creator and ask them if we can turn their work into an SCP You will have to ask them to release the entire Sirenhead project under Creative Commons BY-SA 3. 0, not just "hurr can I use the picture". If I was asked that as an artist, my response would be "get fucked", and I'm imagining his will be as well. You're free to ask, but if he specifically doesn't release his stuff under CC-BY-SA 3. 0, something that will actively damage his project and any money he may or may not be making from it, you can't use it. From where I'm sitting, it simply isn't even worth the effort to ask.

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Hola amigos. I don't know how to start this off, so I'm just gonna dive right into the main point. So there's this fellow by the name of Trevor Henderson. He's an artist who takes the most uncanny monsters to ever spawn from the human imagination and places them into the real world through the power of editing. He's actually gathered quite an occult following. One piece in particular though towers above the rest I am of course talking about. This monster certainly captures the imagination. So much so in fact, that he had his own little game made for him. Basically, what I wanted to do is take this image and turn it into its own article. The basic idea is that SCP-XXXX is a large, humanoid entity which lives in the woods surrounding an urban area of some sort. It feeds on humans, capturing its prey by incapacitating them with a loud noise produced by the two speaker-shaped structures located where a head would be. So what do you think? Does this sound like an intriguing idea? Is it a good idea to make an article out of an image that's already kind of been circulating? Will I ever stop asking questions? Well, what are you looking at me for? I don't know! The author has stated: Basically, what I wanted to do is take this image and turn it into its own article. Though SURELY you can have something close to it but not exact correct? Given how iconic the sirenhead monster is and the fact that recently two people were banned this week for plagiarizing Sirenhead, I don't think it's a good idea to encourage an SCP derivative. Surely you can reach out to the creator and ask for their permission if you MUST have the picture? Given that the creative commons license is likely not compatible with the content that has been created already, this seems overly presumptuous. 173 isn't CC but it's up because we got consent from the author to use it. And iconic? I have never heard of this thing until a few days ago when I saw a stupid video call "When you breach" or whatever. Again, I see no reason why we can't reach out to Siren Head's creator and ask them if we can turn their work into an SCP. 173 isn't CC but it's up because we got consent from the author to use it. …did you read the SCP-173 disclaimer? It's definitely not something we want a repeat of; there's so much extra work generated for staff making sure that 173 derivative works and products adhere properly to the noncommercial usage. And iconic? I have never heard of this thing until a few days ago when I saw a stupid video call "When you breach" or whatever. Yes, it's iconic. We've had people attempt to write sirenhead up for months. Again, I see no reason why we can't reach out to Siren Head's creator and ask them if we can turn their work into an SCP. We really don't want to be encouraging people to bug creators to use copyrighted content for creative commons work that people can then make derivative work of and make profits off of for themselves. 173 isn't CC but it's up because we got consent from the author to use it. 173 is a unique case. It is a past sin we are simply stuck with. I've personally spent many hours and thousands of words and any number of internal policy tweaks to make keeping it on site possible, and it is still my single largest stressor as a member of staff. No further cases like it will be allowed. Again, I see no reason why we can't reach out to Siren Head's creator and ask them if we can turn their work into an SCP You will have to ask them to release the entire Sirenhead project under Creative Commons BY-SA 3. 0, not just "hurr can I use the picture". If I was asked that as an artist, my response would be "get fucked", and I'm imagining his will be as well. You're free to ask, but if he specifically doesn't release his stuff under CC-BY-SA 3. 0, something that will actively damage his project and any money he may or may not be making from it, you can't use it. From where I'm sitting, it simply isn't even worth the effort to ask.

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Rising out of the old cemetery, big as an old macabre telephone pole. Was this some kind of bizarre art piece the authorities hadn't gotten wise to yet? Even as she stepped out of the car, the megaphones on its "head" screeched to life. "NINE. EIGHTEEN. ONE. CHILD. SEVENTEEN. REMOVE. VILE. A buzzing, doubled voice screamed random words at her. At this point, it jerked into motion, striding down the hill towards her. Siren Head, who is sometimes called by Lamp Head occasionally written as Sirenhead and Lamphead and many other names, is a hostile cryptid and urban legend created by the artist Trevor Henderson. It is a tall mysterious humanoid creature known for its odd appearance and the various sounds that emanate out of its head, which consists of a metallic pole with sirens attached to it. Contents [] Appearance Almost all images of Siren Head are presented very similarly to each other, featuring Siren Head as a tall, thin, desiccated and dehydrated humanoid with mummified skin and dual sirens on its head. Henderson has confirmed that Siren Head's sirens have the ability of releasing various sounds out of them, such as conversations, white noises and extremely loud sounds which can damage hearing. Siren Head has been presented with differing objects on its head, depending on two known photographs. In the first photo, more than two sirens are seen on Siren Head's head. While in the second photo, Siren Head's head is that of a street lamp, which gave Siren Head the nickname "Lamp Head. " These two photographs verified two theories: Siren Head has the ability to change it's appearance, in order to fit in with the world, or that sub-species of Siren Head exist which, as confirmed by Trevor, are now deceased. Interestingly enough, the only metallic piece of Siren Head are the sirens on its head. While its body is made out of organic veins, wizened old skin and wires, which are spiraled on it's torso and neck. Some theorize that the sirens aren't naturally appearing. Trevor Henderson also goes on to explain that Siren Head might be packed up with a loose cassette tape and a tape recorder incorporated in its body. This may be the explanation of how Siren Head captures the sounds of its victims and the surrounding sounds which Siren Head replays as bait. On April 25th, 2020, Henderson released a statement on Twitter, which goes on to explain that Siren Head isn't a man-made creature and that Siren Head has the ability of imitating various human technology. Trevor Henderson also explained that Siren Head's appearance varies on whom is seeing it. Siren Head is a physical entity, but its anatomy and existence are terrifying and meaningless to us. Siren Head isn't a being of our reality, instead Siren Head is much distinguished than us, as it is not limited by our laws of nature. The information changes all knowledge we have on Siren Head, which opens various theories about the creature. In the past, people theorized how can Siren Head have sirens even in the distant past, before actual sirens were invented. However, these are all just speculations at the moment. Trevor has recently revealed many more facts about Siren Head. It is actually the static form of an unfathomable supernatural entity. Despite its lack of eyes, it can still see. It also has the ability to manipulate technology by playing sounds through other devices. It spends most of its time standing still, but it has the ability to move very fast. Siren Head was never a person; people cannot turn into him by any means as well. Weapons do not normally work on the beast as well. It has almost never been spotted in large population areas. Despite the teeth in its speakers, Siren Head does not eat, meaning that it may not actually be a predator in the traditional sense though this may be extremely contradictory information. There have also been conflicting reports on whether Siren Head is a lone being or whether it is a species. Interestingly, Siren Head does not seem to acknowledge other animals, it seems only focused on humans for some reason. Its motives are currently unknown, as they may be completely alien to us. When someone asked if people have survived the creature, or if Siren Head has had any worshippers, Trevor simply responded with a smiley face. Personality Siren Head is a very aggressive, monstrous and skilled predator, which makes him very dangerous. It seems to have some degree of intelligence due to using tactics such as camouflaging within forests and mimicking sounds like voices to hide from and lure his prey. This is most likely to ensure a successful hunt by confusing and disorienting the prey, though it might also simply be a form of cruelty. Siren Head also sometimes does not consume its victims as seen in the Siren Head video game, meaning that it possibly kills for sport or other reasons. The latest possible sighting of Siren Head includes a news snippet of the aftermath of an unusual, never-before-seen killing tactic. It is not known whether Siren Head produces a specific sound to cause such an effect, or if it simply made noises that were loud enough to do so. Many of the residents were left behind and not taken by Siren Head, suggesting that Siren Head has started killing large groups of humans just for the sake of it, which is odd as it has never performed such a sizable action before, usually only stalking and killing singular people or small groups at most. It is possible that this multi-headed version of Siren Head is a subspecies, or simply a design update, though Trevor has confirmed neither theory. Powers and Abilities• Mimicry: Siren Head has the ability to release sounds of news broadcasts, human conversations, sirens and screams. The latest sighting shows a five-headed Siren Head using his loud sounds to possibly kill off many people, as they were found with burst eardrums and soft tissues. Strength: It is believed that Siren Head is extremely powerful due to his size. Siren Head is able to break down trees or various heavy objects at will. Speed: In one sighting of Siren Head, a couple reported that Siren Head can be incredibly agile. The couple were driving home, until they saw the graveyard. They ended up checking out the grave, where they saw Siren Head. According to the story, Siren Head started running towards them at an extremely rapid pace. Stealth: Some say, that Siren Head is a stronger-moving relative of trees, which is the reason why Siren Head can blend inside of a forest or behind a tree. He can stay motionless for days at a time to blend in with his surroundings, with Trevor mentioning on his Tumblr that Siren Head can cling to ceilings sometimes to make his body blend in with the wires and look like a PA system, stating that he might have used this tactic to take several people in Detroit. Transformation: Siren Head appears to be a shapeshifter, being able to transform his head into actual sirens and street lamplights, with Trevor mentioning on his Tumblr that Siren Head was once possibly able to disguise himself as a piece of home furnishing or pipes in the walls to kidnap a family of four. He was seemingly able to somehow take them from their home in his new form or lure them without having to break in, as the only sign of their disappearance was the open backyard patio door. The latest sighting shows a multi-headed variation, which could either be a subspecies or the same Siren Head creating more sirens on his neck to kill off many more people. In some cases, Siren Head could also remove an individual's organs. Combined with its ability to change its body, it can be surprisingly effective in disguising itself as things such as telephone poles and lamp posts. Trevor has said that Siren Head can pop in its limbs towards its body, extend its midsection and even cover its arms with wires to disguise itself as a telephone pole, remaining motionless for days to sell the trick. It was always past when the street lights come on. This is only a— let me out— test. This is only a— out— test. Something had moved while my back was turned. Audio Samples• Official EAS sound, which the entity has been heard using on multiple occasions. Though, the original origin of the audio was created in 2011, and it comes from a real American emergency alert system, which has the purpose of the president being able to address the country from any location and time. Recorded March 28th, 1999 in Belgrade, Serbia. Entity heard all over the suburban regions of the city. Over a hundred residents affected with severe hearing loss. When the populace was interviewed, they thought at first that another NATO bombing campaign was taking place, due to the ongoing efforts at the time to push Serbian forces out of Kosovo, but became increasingly confused as no bombs or jets were heard. One person reported seeing what looked like an out-of-place lamp post on a hill near a graveyard, approximately 10 minutes before the sounds began. Recorded August 28th, 2018, in Weyer, Austria between 03:24 and 03:26. The sound originated from a forest on the outskirts of the town. When investigated in the afternoon, authorities found an empty tent and two wallets. Both were residents of Weyer and have since been reported missing. Trivia• Siren Head was created by Trevor Henderson, who is known for making various bizarre creatures over the internet. His other creations include , the , the , , , the , , , , and. The only parts of Siren Head that are man-made are his sirens and wires, which are fused to his dry and mummified skin. Although it commonly does produce sounds mentioned previously, Siren Head can also remain silent at will in order to avoid detection. When asleep, Siren Head produces white noise from its speakers. According to Henderson, Siren Head would be unaffected by an EMP, as he is mostly organic. This might mean that Siren Head was redesigned. Siren Head was proposed to the site as the non-canon SCP-6789, but it got removed by the Foundation, and they stated that Siren Head is not a SCP. Any source implying Siren Head to be a SCP is false, since Trevor has stated that he wishes to keep Siren Head as his own separate work. SCP-5987 is named "Sirenhead", but is about the figurehead of a French privateer brig. The Captain of the aforementioned ship was titled "6789-AH," an obvious reference to SCP-6789. Trevor has confirmed that Siren Head and are aware of one another, possibly being enemies due to their different views on humanity. Trevor confirmed that Siren Head is the only one of his species when he responded to an ask on Tumblr about his creations possibly being part of a species; he name drops Siren Head, , Bonesworth and Mr. Mascot as a few of the many monsters that are the only one of their kind. Siren Head's movement is nearly completely silent. Siren Head appears to be one of the largest of Trevor Henderson's creations, both figuratively and literally, being one of Trevor Henderson's most popular creations and it itself being around 40 feet tall. Trevor has stated Siren Head does not actually need eyes, ears, a nose, or the ability to feel vibrations to be able to find prey due to his supernatural nature. Trevor Henderson confirmed himself that Siren Head is not of this reality, with the fact that it is not just an extraterrestial from another dimension, but plausibly multiple beings that share a collectivist consciousness. A group of Siren Heads is called a static. In 2018, Trevor revealed that a Siren Head action figure is being made for sale, created by toy maker and designer Jeff D'Ottavio. It's believed that the action figures are still being prepared, or the project was dropped. Others have been creating their own versions of the action figure, publishing their work on YouTube and other social platforms. References Folklore, Religions, and Myths , , , , , ,.

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