Sr. Josefa Menendez in her book The Way of Divine Love describes a scene from hell.
"Some yell because of the martyrdom of their hands. Perhaps they were thieves, for they say: 'Where is our loot now?' Cursed hands. Others curse their tongues, their eyes...whatever was the occasion of sin. 'Now, O body, you are paying the price of the delights you granted yourself! And you did it of your own free will'" (April 2, 1922).
"I saw several souls fall into Hell, and among them was a child of fifteen, cursing her parents for not having taught her to fear God nor that there was a Hell. Her life had been a short one, she said, but full of sin, for she had given in to all that her body and passions demanded in the way of satisfaction." (March 22, 1923).
"I heard a demon, from whom a soul had escaped, forced to confess his powerlessness. 'Confound it all, how do so many manage to escape me? They were mine' (and he rattled off their sins). 'I work hard enough, yet they slip through my fingers. Someone must be suffering and repairing for them.'" (January 15, 1923). ("Repairing," that is, "making reparation" for them).
Words of satan heard by Sr. Josefa Menendez
'Insinuate yourselves by inducing carelessness in them but keep in the background, so that you are not found out. By degrees they will become callous, and you will be able to incline them to evil. Tempt these others to ambition, to self-interest, to acquiring wealth without working, whether it be lawful or not. Excite some to sensuality and love of pleasure. Let vice blind them. As to the remainder, get in through the heart. You know the inclinations of their hearts. Make them love, love passionately, work thoroughly, take no rest, have no pity. Let them cram themselves with food! It will make it all the easier for us. Let them get on with their banqueting. Love of pleasure is the door through which you will reach them.'" (February 3, 1923).
Source: Divine Mercy for Our Times