Jack The Ripper Quiz October 2021

Welcome to the Jack the Ripper October 2021 True Crime Quiz.

Yes, it’s October already and the year is heading into its last three months with what seems like alarming speed. But, do not worry, there is an upside – in a glass half full sort of way – and that is that we have three more quizzes with which to test your knowledge of the Whitechapel murders and the history of the Jack the Ripper crimes.


If you are a quiz regular – and I know that quite a few of you are – then you honestly won’t need any tips on how the quiz is structured and on how best to complete it.

If that is the case, just click on the light blue “Quiz” below and that will launch the quiz for you. Remember that, as always, we’d love to know how you did, so please feel free to share your score with us on our Facebook Page.

An invitation to take the Jack the Ripper Quiz.


If you are new to our quizzes, or you just need a primer in how they work, then here are a few tips to help set you on your way.

First off, you need to click on the above image in order to launch the quiz.

You do not need to enter any personal information – so we don’t ask for your name, nor do we ask for an email address – it’s just a matter of clicking and quizzing!


The quiz then consists of ten questions, each of which requires you to either choose the correct answer from a list of four possible solutions, or to decide whether a statement or a fact is true or false.

In other words, the correct answer will be right in front of you, it is for you decide which one it is!

Just like any challenge of this nature, it is imperative that you read the question before answering it. People often mess up for the simple reason that they have not understood the question and have, therefore, then answered the wrong question.


An important thing about our quizzes is the fact that we do not set any limits on time or on the number of tries a participant can enjoy or endure, depending on how you view these quizzes.

That means that you can take as long as you wish, and the quiz won’t time out.

Also, if you don’t do so well on your first attempt, worry not, just have another go. In fact, you can have as many tries as you wish.


And that, in a nutshell, is how the quiz works. It is nothing short of simplicity itself!

So, when you are ready, scroll back up the page, click in the “Quiz” image – and away you go.

Good luck.