• DOI: 10.1520/D1657-12E01
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  • The historic Edward Haraden House at 14 Leonard St. in Annisquam, built in 1657, is up for sale.
  • The lamp at the front door of the 1657 Edward Haraden House at 14 Leonard St. in Annisquam.

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SCP-1657-A instances are compliant and docile, as well as appearing to fear all living organisms. If the entity possesses sensory organs, then it will use them to attempt to distance itself as far away as possible from all other beings. If these aspects are not present, the entity will then only move away from something when touched. If left alone in a soothing environment for long period of time, SCP-1657-A may produce additional instances of SCP-1657.

Testing has shown that members of SCP-1657-A possess a collective memory. Specifically, this was discovered during primary physical endurance testing when SCP-1657-A-07 approached fire with curiosity and subsequently died. After this point, all individuals that hatched showed great aversion and fear to fire. Testing with alternative stimuli has confirmed these results. See Test Log-1657-Kappa for the full log.


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Edward Haraden is not only recognized as the first settler in Gloucester’s northern village of Annisquam, but the house he built in 1657 is believed one of the oldest in the city. The Haraden House, at what is now 14 Leonard St., is up for sale. A Realtor's open house will be held Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016, from 2 to 4 p.m.