Well here’s the deal. While going the Hell may not be on everyone’s to do list, it’s worth checking out if you are within close proximity but I wouldn’t stay for long. My family I stumbled upon Hell while trying to find the Turtle farm. We took a wrong path and the next thing we’re in Hell. I must say Hell was hot and full of jagged rocks and is not a place where you’d plan a family picnic. The rocks are sectioned off by a wood fence to keep the onlookers from hurting themselves or damaging their shoes. The Devil (aka Ivan – BTW he was a merchant Marine a long time ago) manages the store in Hell and is a character. He stays true to form with his pointy horns and red cape. You’ll probably be greeted with a, “How the Hell you doing?” or a “Welcome to Hell.” Needless to say Hell is legendary for its name, rocks, post office and guardian – the Devil. Don’t plan on staying long in Hell as you’ll get bored as hell after a while. While the name Hell has lots of different meanings to all the building clearly is stenciled with Christian quotes.
Things to do there:
- Check out the rocks. Get a photo of yourself with the rocks in Hell.
- Say hi to the Devil (Ivan). Ivan is a nice guy. Get a photo with the Devil. Look at the large portrait photo behind the register. That’s Ivan when he was a Marine.
- Buy a postcard in Hell and mail it to your family and/or friends. Why? It’s postmarked from Hell. When the hell are you ever going to get a postcard postmarked from Hell? Ivan will help you mail it. It’s cheap entertainment.
- There’s lots of stuff to buy there if you're into that...too much to list.
- It’s hot in Hell so buy a Coke. $1- $1.50 per can
Your visit to Hell is what you make it to be... Have fun.
After visiting Hell go get yourself a cold drink. Cheers.
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