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Murder is the unlawful killing of a human being by another.
Murder may also refer to:
- The collective noun for a group of crows
- Murder!, a 1930 film by Alfred Hitchcock
- Murder (1976), a British television series
- Murder (film), a 2004 Bollywood thriller
- Murder 2, a 2011 Bollywood thriller
- Murder (TV series), a 2007 reality TV series
- "Murder" (The Office), a 2009 episode of The Office
- Murder, a computer game published by Rabbit Software
- Murder (film series), an Indian thriller film series
- Murderers (film), a 2006 French drama film
- Murder, a popular game mode, made for the game Garry's Mod.
- Murder (album), an album by Gehenna
- "The Murder", an music score from film Psycho (1960), composed by Bernard Herrmann
- "Murder" (song), by New Order
- "Murder" (Ashlee Simpson song) on the albumBittersweet World
- "Murder", by Coldplay on the single "God Put a Smile upon Your Face"
- "Murder", by Thara Prashad featuring Jay Sean, included in the album My Own Way
- "Murder", by The Crystal Method on the album Tweekend
- "Murder", by Bad Religion on the album New Maps of Hell
- "Murder", by David Gilmour on the album About Face
- "Murder", by Helmet on the album Strap It On
- "Murder", by Susumu Hirasawa from Legendary Wind Sword BERSERK Original Soundtrack
- "Murder", by Horse the Band on the album A Natural Death
- "Murder", by Katatonia on the album Brave Murder Day
- "Murder", by Royce da 5'9" on the album Street Hop
- "Murder", by The Pogues on the album Hell's Ditch
- "Murder", by Powerman 5000 on the album Destroy What You Enjoy
- "Murder", by Sepultura on the album Arise
- "Murder", by UGK on the album Ridin' Dirty
- "Murder", by Jack Green on the album Humanesque
- Murderer (disambiguation)
- Murder One (disambiguation)
- An Act of Murder, a 1948 crime film directed by Michael Gordon
- The Act of Murder (disambiguation)
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