There are many videos and articles about this topic (what it looks like if you fall into a black hole). I remember hearing that, inside the event horizon of a black hole, time has essentially stopped for an outside observer. However, if you fell into one that would mean that any amount of time that passes after you crossed the event horizon would account for an infinite amount of time outside the black hole. In simpler words, you would see all of time happen instantly (Is that correct so far? you don't have to read on if this is already wrong since my theory is entirely dependent on this fact.) But here is my problem: If hawking radiation really exists, then you can't see "all" of time happening instantly because the black hole has an expiration date ... It will eventually evaporate. So how can you ever move after you crossed the event horizon if the black hole evaporates after an instant that you are inside? Wouldn't all matter just be frozen at the position at which it enters the event horizon until the event horizon shrinks again and releases the matter inside?