I have a basic question. It is well known that according to "our" time (time measured by an observer in flat space-time), an object falling into a black hole will never cross the event horizon (though, of course, according to its "proper time" it will fall into the singularity in a finite time) on account of time dilation near the black hole. So, can we say that since the beginning of the universe, nothing has ever crossed over inside any black hole in "our" time. All events beyond the event horizon are in the future of "our" time, which may be infinite? Comments/corrections are most welcome.