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The Bogeyman is a legendary monster. Bogeyman, Boogeyman or Boogie Man may also refer to:
- Marty Wright (born 1964), an American professional wrestler who uses the ring name "The Boogeyman"
- Albert Fish (1870–1936), an American serial killer sometimes referred to as "The Boogeyman"
- Derek Boogaard (1982–2011), a Canadian professional hockey player, nicknamed "The Boogeyman" because of his surname
- Bogeyman (Ghostbusters), a fictional character from the TV show The Real Ghostbusters
- Freddy Krueger, the killer in the Nightmare on Elm Street movie franchise is referred to as the Boogeyman.
- Michael Myers, the killer in the Halloween movie franchise is referred to as the Boogeyman.
- Oogie Boogie: The main antagonist of the 1993 stop motion movie The Nightmare Before Christmas who is a sack stuffed with bugs and claims to be 'The Oogie Boogie Man'
- Pyramid Head, a monster from the video game series Silent Hill, is referred to as the Boogeyman in Silent Hill: Homecoming.
- Pitch Black: The main antagonist from the film Rise of the Guardians is the Bogeyman
- The Boogeyman (1980 film), a 1980 horror film
- The Boogeyman (1982 film), a 1982 horror film
- Boogeyman (film), a 2005 horror film
- Boogeyman 2, a 2008 direct-to-video horror film
- Boogeyman 3, a 2009 direct-to-video horror film
- Boogie Man: The Lee Atwater Story, a 2008 documentary
- The Boogeyman (2010 film), a 2010 short horror film
- "Bogey Man" (song), by John Entwistle on his album Music from Van Pires
- "Boogie Man", a song by rock band AC/DC on their 1995 album Ballbreaker
- "Boogie Man", a song by Aerosmith from Get a Grip
- Fungus the Bogeyman: a graphic novel by Raymond Briggs
- "The Boogeyman" (short story), a short story by Stephen King
- The Bogie Man (comic book), a comic book series
- "Boogeyman" (My Name Is Earl), a My Name Is Earl episode
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