The February 2022 Jack The Ripper Quiz

It’s time for our second Jack the Ripper quiz of the year.

To be honest, our quizzes are pretty straightforward. We don’t ask for any personal information – no name, no email address – you simple have to click on the “Take Our Quiz” image below and the quiz will launch.


It’s just ten questions concerning the Whitechapel murders and the people who were involved in them – police officers, victims, witnesses, locals – and each of the ten questions requires you to choose your answer from either a list of four possible answers or to select whether a statement is true or false.

And that really is all there is to it.

So, if you’re ready click away!

An image with "Take Our Quiz" written on it.


If you are a newcomer to our quizzes, then here are a few guidelines to help you on your way.

As mentioned earlier, there are ten questions which require either multi-choice or true or false answers.

No personal information is required to take the quiz, and your score will not be made public – the quiz is purely for your eyes only, unless of course you choose to share your results with us on our Facebook page.


One of the mistakes many people make is to race through the quiz without taking the time to actually read the questions. As with any such undertaking you are going to do badly if you don’t take the time to ensure that you have read and understood the question that you are being asked.

The question might not be as straightforward as it appears to be at first glance.

So, be sure to take your time.

Also remember that we have lots of information available in our online resource, so please fell free to make as much use of that as you wish.


Speaking of time, there are no limits on how long you can take to complete the quiz. So there really is no need to rush. Spend as long or as little as you wish.

Likewise, there are no limits on how many times you can attempt the quiz.

If you do badly the first time, there’s no earthly reason why you can’t have a another go, then another, then another!

Basically, you can keep trying until you achieve a score you are happy with.

And remember, your results are never shared with anyone else, so nobody will know how long or how many goes it took you to achieve a score that you can be proud of!


That’s all there is to it.

So, on your marks, get set – and off you go!

Good luck.