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Night Stalker or Nightstalker may refer to:
- Richard Ramirez, a serial killer based in Los Angeles, whose murder spree in California in the mid-1980s led to him being known as the "Night Stalker"
- Original Night Stalker, an unidentified serial killer and rapist unrelated to Richard Ramirez, who operated in Southern California from the late-1970s to mid-1980s and was never identified
- Minstead Rapist, Delroy Easton Grant, a serial rapist who operated in London during the 1990s and 2000s, sometimes referred to by the British media as the "Night Stalker"
- The Night Stalker (film), a 1972 made-for-television movie starring Darren McGavin
- The Night Stalker, a 1987 horror film starring Charles Napier
- Nightstalker, a 2002 horror film directed by Chris Fisher
- Nightstalker, a 2009 horror film directed by Ulli Lommel
- Nightstalkers (comics), a horror fiction comic book
- Night Stalker (video game), an early 1980s game for the Intellivision
- Bryan Clark, a professional wrestler known as The Nightstalker
- Nightstalker (band), a Greek stoner rock band
- "Nightstalker", song from the 1993 album Sinister Slaughter by extreme metal band Macabre
- The Night Stalker, a book by James Swain
- Nightstalker, an alternative character class in the Dragonlance Campaign Setting for Dungeons and Dragons
- Balanar, the Night Stalker, is a hero in the video game mod Defense of the Ancients and its stand-alone sequel/remake Dota 2 by Valve Corporation
- The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), a United States Army unit that provides helicopter support for military forces, nicknamed the "Night Stalkers"
- The Night Stalkers, a book by Michael Durant and Steven Hartov about the U.S. Army's 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment
- A terrestrial descendant of the bat from Dougal Dixon's After Man: A Zoology of the Future
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