A Journey Through Hell: Visions of the Afterlife (Chapter 8, page 1 of 4)

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Chapter 8

A fierce red color clouded her vision. She tried to open her eyes, but couldn't. She felt around the rock she was sitting on, then pulled her hand away as she touched something that felt like scalding metal. Then, she suddenly realized that her eyes were open; everything was red.

She felt scalding, liquefied metal run over her face. She gave a bloodcurdling scream. After a few seconds of feeling the liquid run over her body, everything stopped. She found her chance to get away from this torture. Finally, she could see clearly, so she stumbled as fast as she could in her bare feet over the rocky, scalding terrain.

She ran for a while until she saw a glass door. She saw through the glass a sunny, bright day with soft green grass and sweet-smelling flowers. She imagined a cool breeze as she watched the flowers sway.

Just as she reached the handle of the door, she felt two hands grab her ankles, making her tumble, pulling her back into the fire. "No!" She screamed as she was dragged back to where she started.

"Taste the torment of conflagration!" A voice screamed.

Again, the hot metal began to wash over her. She tried to scream, but the metal poured into her mouth. She was trapped until the hands released her.

As soon as they did, she tried to make a break for it. But the same thing happened when she reached the door; she was dragged back. She was trapped in her hell.

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