A Person Falling Into A Black Hole Would Be Spaghettified

If a person were able to survive long enough to describe the journey falling into a black hole, he/she would at first experience weightless as he/she goes into free fall, but then feel intense “tidal” gravitational forces as he/she gets closer to the black hole. In other words, if his/her feet were closer to the centre than his/her head, then they would feel a stronger pull until he/she is eventually stretched and then ripped apart.