ONE of Spain’s most-haunted buildings has become the scene of an illegal art exhibition by a notorious Swedish guerrilla artist.
The Preventoria Agua de Busot near Villajoyosa, built in 1865, is said to be haunted by spirits from when it was a tuberculosis hospital during the Spanish Civil War.
One of the many ghosts that have been filmed by paranormal TV shows is a woman burned alive by a brazier.
Now the anonymous artist Czon has placed ‘40-50 images’ around the ruined building, disused since the end of the Civil War.
“The art has been created as a homage to the supernatural spirits and ghosts, like as the white lady wandering this building,” Czon said.
“We have taken over the haunted stairway and made a free illegal art exhibition for all who dare to go there.”
It comes after the underground artist this month staged another illegal art show at the Sanatorium Sierra Espuna in Murcia, which was shut down by Guardia Civil.
Fences were installed around the Preventorio to stop paranormals and TV shows from investigating its legendary spectres.
“The exhibition will be open 24/7, until someone steals or trashes it,” said Czon.