Wikipedia says, "Likewise, any object approaching the horizon from the observer's side appears to slow down and never quite pass through the horizon, with its image becoming more and more redshifted as time elapses." So does this mean from the outside observer's perspective, that nothing ever actually falls into a black hole? Isn't this kind of strange? That would seem to mean that nothing (from our perspective) could ever actually fall into a black hole since its creation, it would just get stuck on the outside of the hole. But when things fall in they seem to disappear, don't they? Does it just redshift outside the range of any measurements? And from the perspective of the thing falling in, it just falls in and doesn't notice anything, right? But since it doesn't fall in from our perspective, does that mean that the inside of the event horizon has already experienced an infinite amount of time?