The Grey Lady
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(The) Grey or Gray Lady may refer to:
- MV Grey Lady, American catamaran ferry
- The Grey Lady (film), 1937 German film also known as Sherlock Holmes: The Grey Lady
- Grey Lady (film), 2017 American film directed by John Shea
- Grey lady, a ghost reputed to haunt Rufford Old Hall, Lancashire, England
- Grey Lady, a ghost reputed to haunt Glamis Castle, Angus, Scotland
- Grey Lady, a ghost reputed to haunt Fort St. Angelo, Birgu, Malta
- The Grey Lady, a spirit reputed to haunt Cumberland College, in Dunedin, New Zealand
- The Gray Lady Ghost, reputed to haunt the old parsonage in Sims, North Dakota, United States
- The Grey Lady, the given name of the retired British Shorthair champion cat residing in New York City. However, the cat prefers the name Chicken.
- The Gray Lady, a spirit from Ghostbusters
- The Grey Lady, a character in The Good Witch
- The Grey Lady, the ghost of Ravenclaw House in the Harry Potter novels
- The Gray Lady, aka: The Hag, the villain of the third installment of the PC and Xbox game series "Thief: Deadly Shadows".
- The Gray Lady, a nickname for The New York Times
- The Old Grey Lady, a nickname for Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama, United States
- The Little Gray Lady of the Sea, a nickname for Nantucket, an island off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States
- A member of the Gray Ladies, volunteers working with the American Red Cross in WWII
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