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Night Stalker(s) or Nightstalker(s) may refer to:
- Richard Ramirez, a serial killer whose murder spree in California in the mid-1980s led to him being known as the "Night Stalker"
- Golden State Killer (also known as the "Original Night Stalker"), a serial killer and rapist (unrelated to Richard Ramirez) who operated in Southern California from the late-1970s to mid-1980s; a suspect was arrested in 2018
- 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" and the "Minstead Rapist"
Arts and entertainment
Film and television
- The Night Stalker (1972 film), a 1972 made-for-television movie starring Darren McGavin
- The Night Stalker (1987 film), a 1987 horror film starring Charles Napier
- Nightstalker (film), a 2002 horror film directed by Chris Fisher
- Nightstalker, a 2009 horror film directed by Ulli Lommel
- The Night Stalker (2016 film), a 2016 psychological thriller directed by Megan Griffiths and starring Lou Diamond Phillips
- Nightstalkers (comics), a horror fiction comic book
- The Night Stalker, a book by James Swain
- The Night Stalkers, a book by Michael Durant and Steven Hartov about the U.S. Army's 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment
- Nightstalker (band), a Greek stoner rock band
- "Nightstalker", song from the 1993 album Sinister Slaughter by extreme metal band Macabre
- Night Stalker (video game), an early 1980s game for the Intellivision
- Bryan Clark, a professional wrestler known as The Nightstalker
- Nightstalker, an alternative character class in the Dragonlance Campaign Setting for Dungeons and Dragons
- The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), a United States Army unit that provides helicopter support for military forces, nicknamed the "Night Stalkers"
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