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A graveyard shift is a shift of work running through the early hours of the morning, especially one from midnight until 8 am. See shift work.
Graveyard shift may also refer to:
- Graveyard Shift (1987 film), by Jerry Ciccoritti
- Graveyard Shift (1990 film), based on the Stephen King story of the same name
- Graveyard Shift (SpongeBob SquarePants), TV series episode
- Graveyard Shift (radio show), a late night radio show
- Graveyard Shift, a mission in the video game Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
- Graveyard Shift, a mission in Manhunt (video game)
- Graveyard slot, a time period in which a television audience is very small compared to other times of the day
- Graveyard Shift, By Karl Evans an Android game where you can match 3 or more objects. See Graveyard Shift on Android
- Graveyard Shift (story), by Stephen King
- The Graveyard Shift (novel), by Ahmed Faiyaz
- The Graveyard Shift (novel), by Harry Patterson
- The Graveyard Shift, a short novel by William P. McGivern featured in ''Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology – Volume 4.
- "Graveyard Shift", a song by Sam Roberts from the album Collider''
- "Graveyard Shift", a song by Uncle Tupelo
- "Graveyard Shift", a song by Steve Earle from the album The Mountain''
- "Graveyard Shift", a song by Kardinal Offishall from the 2008 album Not 4 Sale
- "Graveyard Shift", a song by John Zorn from the 1989 album Naked City
- "Graveyard Shift", a song by Afroman from the 2000 album Because I Got High
- "Graveyard Shift", a piece by NomeansNo from the 2010 album One
- Graveyard Shift (band), A Psychobilly band formed in Seattle, WA in 2001
- Graveyard Shift, a side-project of Jani Liimatainen and former bandmate Henrik Klingenberg of Finnish power metal band Sonata Arctica
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