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    I am researching and compiling an essay on serial killers as my EP topic and the debate nature vs nurture.
    Do you believe that 'serial killers' are born or made?
    Do you think that that the person has an altered gene pattern that develops into 'serial killer' behavior and characteristics?
    Or is it environmental. Their surroundings., their lifestyle, certain events that happen to that person that triggers them to become a 'serial killer'?
    Is it a combination of the two?
    And why do you think that? Do you think there is compelling evidence to prove or disprove either theory.

    Your thoughts would really help my research. Thanks

    I did exactly this last year and got an A! Really interesting topic to study!

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