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People start to blame Les that he's the monster, and start to mob until Steve calms them down.
Wait a minute... Wait a minute! Let's not be a mob!
The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street; Theme; Blaming others and trying to find a scapegoat can lead to violence.
Charlie shoots Pete and kills him because he thinks that he's the monster
You killed him, Charlie. You shot him dead!
Once Charlie kills Pete everyone starts to blame each other and chaos breaks out with violence.
Have you all gone crazy!?!
Just by a little bit of blame and making a scapegoat everyone starts to act violent and starts to form a mob.
Thinking that the figure (Pete) was the monster (scapegoat) he killed him. He didn't think about anything but violence, and killing.
Once they start blaming each other and thinking of someone as a scapegoat, they start fighting because they can't think straight, all they can think is who to blame.
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