Reports of a girl with “coal-black pits for eye sockets” first emerged in the capital in the 1980s – but experts now say she is back.
The last sighting was just two weeks ago and a paranormal investigator says he has been flooded with reports.
One terrified traveller said he and his wife were waiting for the tube with their child when they heard the chilling sound of a little girl giggling in the tunnel.
“To our amazement, a child, no taller than one meter in height appeared as if out of nowhere further up the track in front of us,” he said.
“We stopped dead in our tracks after noticing her eyes had no colour.”
The investigator, who did not want to be named, said: “I have received nine different reports in the last two years from seemingly credible witnesses.
“During interviews most of their stories have been very similar.”
It comes after a recent surge in reported sightings of screaming black-eyed child ghosts across the UK.
The ghost of Cannock Chase, in Staffs, has returned after 30 years.
One of the haunted places is the area’s Four Crosses pub.
Ghouls have also been spotted frequently in Cannock Chases’s spooky woodland.
Legend has it they are the ghosts of three children murdered by car mechanic Raymond Leslie Morris in the 1960s.
The recent ghoul sightings in the London Underground are not the first in the capital.
As well as the black-eyed child being spotted in the 1980s, other ghosts are said to have haunted the tracks of various stations for years.
In 2002 a 15-strong camera crew from TV’s Most Haunted show spent 24 hours in spooky Aldwych Station, after repeated reports of a ghoul walking the tracks.