In Lough Derg, a lake in County Donegal, Ireland, sits Station Island. It’s a small, green, picturesque spot of land with breathtaking vistas of the Atlantic and the Irish countryside. It’s also a gateway to Hell. Legend holds that St. Patrick was visited by Jesus on Station Island; the Son of God led Patrick to a pit that was a portal to hell. Today, a monastery sits on the island as a means of shielding the Earth from this portal, and tourism is generally discouraged.