Essay on Nature vs Nurture

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Typography and Nature vs. Nurture
Jonathan M. Grush
Truman State University

Date Submitted: November 19, 2010

Author Note Jonathan M. Grush, Exercise Science, Truman State University Please address all correspondence to: Jonathan Grush, 511 S. Elson Apt. 1, Kirksville, MO 63501, (314) 640-1760,

America has a fascination with serial killers. Everything about them is interesting to us. There are so many questions that we have. It is incomprehensible to most people how someone can go out and kill dozens of people, seemingly without any remorse. Although we have such a deep interest in killers, we often do not know how to differentiate between them. All too often, we label anybody who has killed a few
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Often times, she would convince these older men to help her dig holes and transport large boxes that were actually graves and ‘caskets’. Other examples of gain serial killers could be hired hitmen, who accept large sums of money from clients to murder a specified victim. The last classification of killer discussed in this paper is spree killer. A spree killer can often get confused with a serial killer because of the nature of the crime. Spree killers are those killers who murder at two or more different locations with almost no time in between attacks. The lack of time in between murders is what separates spree killers from serial killers. A spree killer could also be confused with a mass murderer since the killings take place in a very short period of time, but they are not at the same location, which differentiates them. Another distinction is that spree killers often have no pattern whatsoever; they kill specifically for the excitement of the kill and it makes no difference who their victim is. Some famous instances of spree killers are Seung-Hui Cho, who killed 32 and wounded many others in a shooting on the campus of Virginia Tech, which is the deadliest peacetime shooting incident by a single gunman in U.S. history and the Beltway Sniper Attacks by John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, who killed 10 and critically injured three others while shooting

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