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In folklore, the witching hour is a time of night associated with supernatural events.
Witching hour may also refer to:
- Witching Hour, a 2005 album by Ladytron
- Witching Hour (The Vision Bleak album), 2013
- "Witching Hour", a song on the 1981 album Welcome to Hell by Venom
- "The Witching Hour", a song on the 1997 album The Divine Wings of Tragedy by Symphony X
- "The Witching Hour", a song on the 2010 album Familial by Phil Selway
- "Witching Hour" (Rezz song), 2018
- ”Witching Hour”, a song by In This Moment, on their 2017 album Ritual
- The Witching Hour, a 1916 film melodrama featuring Helen Arnold
- The Witching Hour (1921 film), an American silent drama
- The Witching Hour (1934 film), an American film
- The Witching Hour (1985 film), a Spanish film
- The Witching Hour (novel), a 1990 horror novel by Anne Rice
- The Witching Hour (DC Comics), a comic horror anthology published 1969–1978
- The Witching Hour (Vertigo), a 1999 graphic novel by writer Jeph Loeb and artist Chris Bachalo
- Witching hour (investing), a concept in stock market trading
- "The Witching Hour", a painting by Andrew Wyeth
- Triple witching hour, in American investing, the time near the end of each quarter when certain financial derivatives expire simultaneously
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