Registered Phenomena Code: 646

Object Class: Alpha-White

Hazard Types: Visual, Auditory

Containment Protocols: RPC-646 is to kept in a standard containment locker at Site-067's warehouse.

Description: RPC-646 is a Blu-ray copy of the 2003 movie Spy Kids 3D1. When not being played, RPC-646 shows no anomalous properties other than apparent indestructibility. RPC-646's anomalous effects are activated when an individual views any portion or frame of the film. RPC-646's effects take place when the viewer enters REM sleep.

RPC-646's anomalous effect is to alter dreams. Every night after watching RPC-646, shortly after entering REM sleep, the subject will experience a three hour long clip inserted into their dreams. This dream is always the same, with no perceived changes.

This clip will invariably be from the perspective of what appears to be a young Caucasian child, sitting on a leather couch watching Spy Kids 3D. During the dream, the dreamer will reportedly feel highly enthusiastic and childlike towards watching Spy Kids 3D. The viewing will periodically be interrupted by two muffled adult voices, one male and one female, arguing loudly and heatedly about various subjects, including possible infidelity, their parents, and a lack of sexual intercourse between the two. Hearing an argument will prompt the subject to pause the movie until it stops, stretching the length needed to watch the movie by one and a half (1.5) hours than would usually be necessary to complete it. The dream terminates after the film ends. Individuals afflicted by RPC-646 have reported an instant transition back to normal dreaming afterwards. Segments added to dreams will not impact how long the dream takes, nor how much the individual is able to dream.

All unaltered memories of dreams will not include the anomalous clip.

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