Today’s second glitch:
Y’know, when you’re referring to a specific place that has a proper name, even if that place is considered imaginary by a lot of people, you ought to capitalize the proper name. In this usage, it should be Hell, not hell.
Add a comma after people’s homes (compound sentence).
There’s a word missing from the last sentence; add in before the way.
Ghosts are spirits who have escaped from Hell and must hide from demons who try to bring them back. Some ghosts hide out in people’s homes, and sometimes demons find them there. The demons will do whatever is necessary to bring the ghosts back, even if humans get in the way.