robin gecht


Serial killer Robin Gecht worked for John Wayne Gacy. 

Robin Gecht and three other men, teenage brothers Andrew and Thomas Kokoraleis and Edward Spreitzer, 21, formed a satanic cult and gang called The Chicago Rippers that is suspected in the 1981 and 1982 disappearances of as many as 18 women. One victim, a teenage prostitute they had left for dead, was able to give a description of her attackers, which led to their arrest. Once in custody all but Gecht confessed to the murders and to having removed one breast from each sacrificial victim, having taken turns raping the open wound, having masturbated onto the breast, chopped it up and eaten it while Gecht read verses from The Satanic Bible.

While being interviewed by police, authorities learned that Gecht had done construction work for John Wayne Gacy on at least two separate occasions. 


The Ripper Crew

Between 1981 and 1982 a satanic obsessed group known as The Ripper Crew terrorised the Chicago area. Leader Robin Gecht (once worked for John Wayne Gacy) and his accomplices Edward Spritzer and Thomas & Andrew Kokoraleis lured women, mainly prostitutes back to their ‘satanic chapel’ a motel room. Once inside the girls often had their left breast amputated with wire, raped and then stabbed or strangled to death. Gecht ofter masterbated over the breast before putting it in a box and then the group would eat part of the victims body. 

18 victims had been counted, but there has possibly been more. 

Robin Gecht was sentenced to 120 years
Thomas Kokoraleis received life but is up for parole in 2017

Andrew Kokoraleis was sentenced to death and executed on the 16th of March 1999

Edward Spreitzer also received death but when Illinois abolished the death penalty in 2003, his sentence was reduced to life