Long story short, we don't use the to particle with verbs that describe actions having to do with the faculties of vision, hearing and so on. The most common ones include verbs like to hear, to feel, to watch, to see etc. These are the only ones that I can think of at the moment. There are probably a couple more, but to tell you the truth, the list is fairly short. There are really not that many of them in English.
I've never heard people say that in American English.
I saw it fly over my house before it crashed in the forest.
One thing I like most of all is kick back and watch other people do my work for me.
The other ones that are not part of the "sense verbs" group are to make, to let and to help. to help is somewhat controversial. In modern American English, people don't usually use to with to help, though, very rarely, you will see it used sometimes.
— Why did you kill your mother?
— It wasn't really me who killed her. The voices in my head made me do it.
Don't let the kids play with that dog. It might have rabies or other kind of dangerous disease.
Can you help me do my homework tonight?