I´m sure that I am not the first to ask this question, but I did not find the answer in recent threads- There are three statements about black holes that I can´t bring together: 1. I will experience nothing special when I cross the event horizon of a massive black hole, and I will cross it in finite proper time. 2. For an observer in flat space far away from the black hole I will never reach the event horizon - the procedure takes infinite time. 3. An observer in flat space far away from the black hole will see it explode in finite time due to hawking radiation. So will I suddenly get killed crossing the event horizon? Or will I reach he singularity? Could someone please point out what I got wrong?