Goodness, we’re already in April, that means that a quarter of the year has passed already!”
But, as they say (I’m not certain who says it, but I am assured that they do say it!), time waits for no person,. And, here at the Department of Ripperology, neither do we.
So we’ve been working hard over the last few days working away in order to bring you a brand new Jack the Ripper Quiz.
We’ve come up with ten questions on matters related to the Jack the Ripper crimes in particular, as well as on the generic theme of Victorian crime and history.
BEGIN THE QUIZ
If you are a regular quiz taker, you probably won’t need any guidance, so just click on the photo below and away you go. If you would like some advice on how best to complete the quiz, just scroll down the page and we’ll give you a few pointers.
A SIMPLE JACK THE RIPPER QUIZ FORMAT
Taking the quiz is as simple as 1,2,3, 4, or, occasionally, 1 and 2, since each of the questions have multi-choice answers, whereby you choose from a list of four possible answers, or you have to decide whether a statement is true or false.
That’s all there is to it!
The questions and answers are all, in some way, linked to the Whitechapel murders of 1888.
There is no time limit on how long you can take over the quiz, spend as long or as little as you wish; and there is also no limit on the number of times you can attempt it, so have as many goes as you wish in order to achieve your perfect score.
Please remember that a quiz is like and exam, so one of the most important things about the quiz is taking the time to actually read the question. One of the most common errors that people make is answering the wrong question.
So, your success really does depend on taking the time to read each of the questions before committing yourself to an answer!
NO PERSONAL INFORMATION REQUIRED
We don’t ask you for any personal information, so you don’t have to enter your name or email address, and your results will not be shared with anyone else, unless, of course, you choose to share them.
However, we do like to see how people do, so, if you feel up to it, please do share the score that you manage to achieve on our Facebook Page.