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[[Ruby]] revealed that "there's a real fire in the pit, agonies you can't even imagine."<ref name="three09" /> [[Meg]] described Hell as "...a prison, made of bone and flesh and blood and fear."<ref name="two14">[[2.14 Born Under a Bad Sign]]</ref> When Alastair was being tortured by Dean, he said that compared to Hell, reality is "too concrete" on Earth. <ref name="four16">[[4.16 On the Head of a Pin]]</ref>
The tortures endured by damned souls in Hell also consist of hallucinations meant to break their psyche and compel them to adopt the demon faith of their own volition. When Dean Winchester was dragged to Hell, he first found himself suspended on meat hooks among infinite chains as storm clouds raged around him.<ref name="three16">[[3.16 No Rest for the Wicked]]</ref> Hell also consists of endless racks which human souls hang from while being tortured. When Dean was tortured by Alastair in Hell, he told him that he would take him off the rack if Dean started torturing. For 1 month (equivalent to 10 years), Dean apprenticed under Alastair and tortured souls until he was rescued by Castiel. After taking charge of Hell, Crowley transformed it into a place where torture was exemplified by endless queuingwhere upon reaching the front of the line, they start over from the end. Though more traditional dungeon areas still exist, as evidenced when [[Sam]] traveled to Hell to perform the second [[trial]] to save the [[soul]] of [[Bobby Singer]]. The tortures in the dungeon area appeared to be a mix of physical, with various damned souls shown to be mutilated in one form or another and psychological as with Bobby Singer who would be tortured daily by black-eyed versions of Sam and Dean Winchester.

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