Partly in Bosnia and partly in Serbia, Lake Perucac was created by damming the Drina River in Visegrad, Bosnia, and combining its flow to power the nearby hydroelectric power station Bajina Basta in Serbia. In 2010, the due to maintenance, the lake dried and revealed secrets of a conflict between the two borders: the remains of people killed in Visegrad in 1992 were found floating. Researchers from the Missing Persons Institute (MPI), began a massive search with hundreds of volunteers to find the missing bodies. However, the lake was flooded before the search was completed. Click to see the e-book.