I was reading wiki's blckhole page and its diseription of what happens as you approach/enter the event horizone does not seem to make since to me. Spocificaly things like "An infalling object takes a finite proper time (i.e. measured by its own clock) to fall past the event horizon. This in contrast with the infinite amount of time it takes for a distant observer to see the infalling object cross the horizon." It seems to me that even though a distant observer would say the falling man's watch is really slow, the falling man would still be moving at a really fast speed across the event horizon. Even the discription of inside the event horizon seems off to me. Is this what is generaly accepted and if so is there somewhere I can read on why we believe these things to me true?