RPC-555

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RPC-555 after anomalous features were discovered.

neutralized

Item #: RPC-555

Object Class: Neutralized (See Addendum 1)

Containment Protocols: RPC-555 currently remains inactive as of August 21 2017, and is expected to be repaired within 2021.

RPC-555 is currently patrolled by MST personnel to prevent repairmen from discovering the anomalous properties of RPC-555. Authorized Authority personnel are currently repairing RPC-555.

Description: RPC-555 is the London Clocktower which houses the Great Bell, nicknamed "Big Ben", in Westminster, London. Large unidentified mechanical components (RPC-555-1) within it were discovered in 1991, and are composed of an unidentified material. It is unknown when they were installed.

RPC-555-1 components were revealed to be the source of multiple radio signals being transmitted by RPC-555 whenever it would chime, with RPC-555-1 components powered by an unidentified element (RPC-555-2). However, no correlation between the functions of RPC-555 itself and RPC-555-1 have been found. It is believed that RPC-555-1 may send signals upon sensing the vibrations after each chime, though no physical evidence of this function have been found.

Radio signals are specifically sent towards multiple sites owned by the RPC Authority, and are always encrypted with a complex algorithm. The content of the radio signals have so far only contained verbal messages. Investigations have proven that RPC-555-1 components do not contain pre-installed messages to send out, with no other identified source of the sent files.

Addendum 1: The Big Ben was temporarily stopped for major renovations to the integrity of it for later times. This has resulted in the inactivity of RPC-555, resulting in its Neutralized classification. It is expected to become active again in 2021.

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