I have green eyes and can see well in the dark. I do not know if they glow in the dark, but when light from outside hits them the right way, they glow bright like they did when I was a kid. Young people will get that glow, old people do not. That is the black cone that reflects like that.
I think it is the multimineral I take every day that has returned them back to the way they were when I was young. But now I squint more in the sun outside. Also my pupils get really tiny around light, but they grow huge in the dark. It may have something to do with staring at the monitor too much too. I really do not know.
I also am learning to do echo location, seeing things with my eyes closed. That does work, they teach people in the Military to do that. No noise, no image though. Blind people who walk tapping a cane use echo location. The image from Echo location actually seems to hit the optical lobe, it generates a weird image. I practice almost every day a little but sometimes if the sounds are weird it does not work right. I haven't tried tapping, I rely on noises in the house. Seeing with the eyes closed is possible if you learn how to use it. If you never saw in the first place, I doubt if you would form an image, because you have to have knowledge of what something looks like to form an image in the mind. The image is not the best, I can see pictures on the wall but not identify what the pictures are.
Gee, the things you start experimenting with when you have lots of time on your hands. I read about our ability to echo locate like a bat and decided I wanted to learn how to use it. Humans actually have the ability to do this fairly well. This was discovered a few years ago.