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Generally, an apparition is an instance of something's appearing, i.e. being seen. The term may refer to:
- Apparitional experience, an anomalous, quasi-perceptual experience
- Vision (spirituality), inspirational renderings, generally of a future state and/or of a mythical being
- Marian apparition, in which the Virgin Mary is believed to have supernaturally appeared
- Ghost, the disembodied spirit or soul of a deceased person
- Doppelgänger, the ghostly double of a living person
- Bilocation, the ability/instances in which an individual appears to be located in two distinct places at the same instant in time
- Apparition (Harry Potter), a form of teleportation in the Harry Potter series
Media (television, art, and music)
- Apparition (Burning Inside album), an American album, released in 2001
- Apparition (EP), a 2009 EP by The Contortionist
- Apparition (The Legendary Pink Dots album), 1982 album by Anglo-Dutch group, by The Legendary Pink Dots
- "Apparitions" (song), a 1998 song by Matthew Good Band
- Apparitions (EP), an 2015 EP from Dutch black metal band Urfaust, released on Ván Records.
- Apparition (company), a newly formed film distribution company in the U.S.
- The Apparition, a 2012 American supernatural horror film
- Apparition of Face and Fruit Dish on a Beach, a 1938 painting by Salvador Dalí
- Apparitions (TV series), a 2008 BBC series about an exorcist
- Phantom Girl (also known as Apparition Girl), a DC Comics superheroine
- Apparitions, an orchestral work by György Ligeti
- Apparitions, a 1936 ballet choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton with music by Franz Liszt
- Apparitions, creatures in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons
- Appearance (disambiguation)
- Demonic possession
- Eidolon (disambiguation)
- Ghost (disambiguation)
- Phantom (disambiguation)
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