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White Lightning may refer to:
- White Lightning (band), an American psychedelic rock band
- "White Lightning" (Def Leppard song), 1992
- "White Lightning" (The Big Bopper song), 1959
- White Lightnin', a 2009 film
- White Lightning (1973 film), a 1973 film starring Burt Reynolds
- White Lightning (1953 film), a 1953 film directed by Edward Bernds
- White Lightning WLAC-1, an American kitplane design
- White Lightning (cider), the brand name of a cheap, strong, white cider once sold in the United Kingdom
- A slang term for moonshine
- White Lightning (car), a record-breaking electric car
- The nickname of former South African fast bowler turned coach Allan Donald
- A type of Psilocybe cubensis fungi
- The name given to a batch of white LSD tablets produced by Owsley Stanley at his LSD laboratory in Point Richmond, Richmond, California in 1966.
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