When I look at a minkowski diagram for a black hole I can see that time goes to infinity for the outside observer while the infalling object approaches the black hole. That means that for an outside observer, it takes an infinite amount of time until the infalling object reaches the event horizon. Does that mean that the infalling object actually appears to decelerate to an outside observer as it falls into the black hole rather than accelerating? Really? So there's a huge mass and the object actually gets slower until it stops?