The simple answer is yes. The Bible makes more references, over 65, to hell than to heaven. It is described as a place of eternal torment, utter darkness, constant weeping, no water to quench one’s thirst and a place of eternal fire.
There are personal true testimonies of people who had out-of-body experiences and were headed through a dark tunnel to hell. The pain they reported to have experienced was unbearable. The book, Dante’s Inferno, paints a picture of what hell might be like only the reality is it will be much worse and there is no escape. Why is the Bible so graphic about hell? Because God does not want anyone to go there.
God gives all mankind significant warnings about the destiny of those who reject God’s offer of salvation in Jesus Christ. The choice is clear heaven or hell both are real places. If you want to be sure that hell is not in your future, visit our post: How Can I Become a Christian?