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At the end of the show we simply gave out his pager number because he didn’t have a ministry, Web site, book, or phone number for people to call. By the time I closed my show, Bill’s pager was buzzing nonstop. “Journey to Hell” was one of my most popular shows. I received numerous requests for tapes and a barrage of phone calls and e-mails asking me to replay Bill’s story in the weeks and months that followed. Bill received testimony after testimony of how his message had changed people’s lives.
I felt as though I was being “sized up” and that my torment would be their amusement. As they entered, suddenly the light vanished. It became absolutely pitch black. I had no idea why the sudden and intense darkness had begun. But I sensed that the light that had been present had been an intrusion and that the atmosphere had now returned to its normal state of darkness. ” One of the creatures picked me up. The strength of the beast was amazing. I was comparable to the weight of a water glass in its hand.
Although there are degrees of punishment, Hell is terrible for all the damned. ” —Robert Peterson I also experienced the misery of total exhaustion in hell. The continual emotional, mental, and physical trauma feeds this vicious cycle of sleep deprivation. You desperately long for even a few minutes of rest, but you never, ever get that privilege. Imagine for a moment how terrible you feel after only forty-eight hours of no sleep. In hell you never sleep, rest, or find a quiet moment.  Even though I was only there for twenty-three minutes, the torment and trauma was so intense that it felt like I hadn’t slept for weeks.
23 minutes in hell by Bill Wiese