Spaghettification outside of a BH rips apart objects in vertical direction, but compresses them in horizontal. Inside the BH, tidal forces rips objects apart in ALL directions - at least I was thinking so. But recently I read: http://arxiv1.library.cornell.edu/abs/0903.4717 [Broken] The edge of locality: visualizing a black hole from the inside Figure 9 shows that as the observer approaches the singularity, the view above and below the observer (small affine distances) becomes highly redshifted, while the view in the horizontal direction (large affine distances) becomes highly blueshifted. The effect is caused by the enormous tidal force near the singularity. Looking up, the observer feels an upward gravitational force pulling their head off. Looking down, the observer feels a downward gravitational force pulling their feet off. The up and down gravitational forces away from the observer cause the view above and below to appear gravitationally redshifted. The same tidal force that pulls the observer apart vertically also compresses them horizontally. The horizontal tidal compression concentrates and blueshifts the view in the horizontal direction. Is bold correct or not inside the black hole?