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Posted 22 February 2013 - 01:40 PM

View PostHelen of Annoy, on 21 February 2013 - 03:33 PM, said:

Group of mountaineers saw strange light in a hole in the ground some 50 metres from the path to the mountain shelter Rupe, on 1363 m altitude, where they planned to spend the night.
At first they thought there must be another group of mountaineers camping there, but as they came closer they saw no one and nothing that would explain strange light that was illuminating the hole.  
Ivan Zebić said he had only rather bad camera so the photos he captured are not showing the true intensity of the scene, but you can see them on the link:  

http://www.index.hr/...ari/663632.aspx

Edit: and here too:
http://www.crometeo....o/#!prettyPhoto
Thanks for posting. It must be warmer down there if it's a flying beast which is creating bioluminescense, which is my guess.

The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 04:05 PM

View PostRewlahool, on 22 February 2013 - 01:40 PM, said:

Thanks for posting. It must be warmer down there if it's a flying beast which is creating bioluminescense, which is my guess.


Thanks for reading :)

Ground depressions, or simply holes, are giving some shelter from winds that can be very strong and very cold in that area.

Flying beasts? We had those too :D But, this particular hole is not becoming of a classical “zmaj” (dragon) from the old tales. Unless the hole hides an entrance to a cave – which wouldn’t be extraordinary, karst terrain is full of caves, shafts, sinkholes and similar.
So, “zmaj” lives in a cave and guards a treasure. If disturbed, it can spit fire but usually his huge, serpentine body was enough to scare curious or greedy people away.
Classic dragon wasn’t reported in centuries, lately only unnaturally large snakes were reported as dragons, though they produced no special effects, such as fire or unwrapping set of wings. Truth be told, there’s kravosas (Four-lined Rat Snake or Elaphe Quatuorlineata), non-agressive and non-venomous snake that can officially grow up to 2,5 metres (a little over 8 feet), so if you stumble upon it, frighten it and it starts running away, thus frightening you, it may appear gigantic. Kravosas prefers altitudes lower than 600 metres, but why am I ranting about kravosases? They can be mistaken for dragons, but they never had any bioluminescent abilities or ambitions.

Anyway, bioluminescence sounds like the most sane possible explanation for now, only, like I said before, Dinara has too extreme climate (hot summers and harsh winters) for a bioluminescent organism that thrives in the snow. The summer would kill it. I guess.
And a bioluminescent organism that wouldn’t live in the snow but in the ground would be able to deal with hot summers but it couldn’t emit its glow through the snow. Again, I’m guessing.

So, a dragon is not plausible in this century, bioluminescence doesn’t fit in the climate and there were no bioluminescent organisms discovered on Dinara – at least not yet... therefore...
I’m not saying it’s the aliens but... it must be the aliens :D
Wasting power when they think no one is looking.
Or vile (fairies).
I “explain” each and every local mystery with the vile. Because they are my personal favourite, but they are the same as aliens in my own belief, so there... it’s the aliens.

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 04:20 PM

View Postspud the mackem, on 21 February 2013 - 10:24 PM, said:

Aha got it, Its a marker light for a U.F.O. like you would use to guide in Helicopters.Maybe there was more on neighbouring mountains which the guys didnt see,but which could be clearly seen from above.


Right, marker light for UFOs that land on island Pag:  

http://en.wikipedia....ki/Pag_Triangle


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Pag Triangle (Croatian: Paški trokut) is a land formation in the shape of an isosceles triangle located near Novalja, a small town on the Croatian island Pag. The triangle has one side measuring approximately 32 metres (105 ft) and two sides both measuring 22 metres (72 ft).[1][2] It differs from the surrounding area in the fact that the rocksinside the triangle are of different structure than rocks outside the triangle. According to the research of Stjepan Zvonarić, a Croatian geologist, the triangle rocks exhibit red phosphorescence after being irradiated by UV light, suggesting they had been heated to extreme temperatures in the past. This property is unique to the Pag Triangle rocks, and is not found in rocks in the surrounding area.[1][3]

My connection snapped when I tried to post this reply so it must be it ;)

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