Let's do this thought experiment. You have an insanely powerful rocket and it can accelerate to 0.999999c. Now you fly to a supermassive black hole and hover just above its event horizon, where the inner gravitational pull towards the singularity matches the outward thrust of your rocket.
Consider: 1. The black hole is non spinning, and doesn't distort space-time into swirling around it.
The black hole is so massive that above the event horizon, you are not sphagettified.
The rocket can shield the energy of extreme blueshifted photons that bombard you.
At this point over the event horizon, you would see like 1 million or even 1 billion years of the universe in 1 second of your life, right? Can you witness the end of the universe if you hung around for long enough?
And what if the black hole evaporates by Hawking Radiation before that? Will you immediately return to real time?
PS: This is quite different from falling into a black hole. In this thought experiment, we are not crossing the Event Horizon of the black hole in a split second, but we are physically hanging in there for a long time by Counter Force.
Edit: I'm not sure why this question has been marked as a duplicate, but this differs vastly from an observer falling into a black hole, and nowhere else has it been answered so perfectly and succinctly, as done by Mr. Bob. Many thanks to him.