Are there different levels of hell?

I understand that there are 4 different levels of hell. What are they and where can I find (read) this in the bible? Do these 4 levels represent something? Who goes there and why are there 4 different levels?

Answer: When one reads the Bible, he will notice that the word hell appears throughout the Scriptures. The word hell is actually a place of unrest and separation from God. It is a place where all unrighteous beings will eventually reside. Although hell is a place of unrest, it also has different levels or compartments. These compartments are similar to a prison, which has minimum security and maximum security areas.
There are four ways that this word hell is used in scripture. In the Old Testament it is always used the same way; (Sheh-ole); Strong’s #H7585 and it means the world of the dead. In the New Testament it is used three different ways. The first way it is used is (Hades); Strong’s #G86, and it mean a place or state for departed souls. The second way it is used is (Geenna); Strong’s #1067, and it means a name for the place of everlasting punishment. The third way it is used is (Tartaroo); Strong’s #G5020 and it means to incarcerate into eternal punishment.
Hades #G86, is believed to be death or the grave; 1 Cor.15:55, “O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?” The Greek word in this verse used for grave is the same Greek word used for hell, Hades #G86. The grave or death is reserved for humans.
Geenna #G1067 is believed to be a place of torment for all individual who lives a life of unrighteousness; Luke 16:23, “and in hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments…..” This compartment is for human beings. An unrighteous person, first dies; Hades #G86; then enters punishment, where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth; Geenna #G1067.
Tartaroo #5020 is believed to be a place earmarked for fallen angels; 2 Pet.2:4, “…..if God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down to hell, and delivered them into chains of darkness, to be reserved unto judgment…..” Fallen angels are still in hell but they are separated from human beings.
Sheh-ole #H7585 is the word for hell used in the Old Testament. It is inclusive of all three of the ways hell is used in the New Testament. Even so, regardless to what compartment of hell a human being or angelic being finds himself, they will ultimately spend eternity in the Lake of Fire; Rev. 20:13-14, “…..and death (Hades) and hell (Geenna) delivered up the dead…..and death and hell were cast into the lake of fire…..”