The Grey Lady
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The Grey Lady or The Gray Lady may refer to:
"The Grey Lady" is a nickname for:
- The New York Times newspaper, referring to its historical tendency to present a higher-than-usual ratio of copy to graphics
- Nantucket, an island off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts
- A submarine's periscope, especially in the phrase "dancing with the grey lady"
Arts and Entertainment
- The Grey Lady, a 2014 thriller film set on Nantucket (IMdB entry)
"The Grey Lady" is a name which has been used for numerous ghosts, both alleged real hauntings and fictional spirits:
- in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England
- at Cumberland College, in Dunedin, New Zealand
- in Denbigh Castle, Denbighshire, Wales
- at Glamis Castle, Angus, Scotland
- at Rufford Old Hall, Lancashire, England
- at Willard Library, Evansville, Indiana
- Fictional ghosts
- The Gray Lady, a spirit from Ghostbusters
- "The Grey Lady" from The Good Witch, a Hallmark made-for-TV movie
- The Grey Lady, nickname for Helena Ravenclaw, the ghost of Ravenclaw House in the Harry Potter novels
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