It's funny how Christians and other monotheists always have all these twisted views on what Hell and Heaven are to them. Their concept of these places isn't based on any particular sciputure or holy writ of any faith. Most of the modern concepts of Hell, Heaven and the ever-retarded Purgatory come from a book that I hope you all have read called The Divine Comedy, from an Italian poet named Dante Algeri. If you haven't heard of the author or the book's title, I'm sure you at least know it's most popular tale Dante's Inferno where the author gives us his idea of what Hell is "probably" like.
It's funny to me how Christians have twisted these stories as if they were divine inspiration, when by all accounts Dante Algeri was probably not very religious, or at the least a very poor role model for our modern concept of what we concider "good Christians"(if there is such a thing).
I'm kind of glad that they have these concepts of the afterlife, because for me the first things that always come to mind when I think of Christans are The Spanish Inquisition and The Salem Witch Trials. If there were a god, monotheists would have been created for our entertainment. Hearing people talk about god will always be funnier to me than any comedian or movie, because to them it's reality.