The Monsters are Due On Maple Street

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  • Tommy said, "Whoever was in that thing that came over. I don't think they want us to leave here."
  • Fear and Suspicion Are Destructive Forces
  • Woman One said "Well... sometimes I go to bed late at night. A couple of times...a couple of times I'd come out on the porch and I'd see Mr.Goodman here in the wee hours of the morning standing out in front of his house ... looking up at he sky.That's right .Looking up at the sky as if...as if he were waiting for something. As if he were looking for something."
  • Charlie said, "You best watch out who you're seen with, Steve!Until we get this all straighten out, you ain't exactly above suspicion yourself."
  • Tommy is telling Mr.Brand to not leave Maple street. He tells this to Mr.Brand when he and Charlie are going to the police station of what is happening with the electricity, and what was the sound.Tommy is in the middle of the street telling Mr.Brand to not leave. What Tommy is really saying is that the "aliens" don't want them to leave Maple Street.
  • The woman is saying that in the middle of the night she would see Les looking at the sky as if looking for something. She is telling this to the crowd of people. She says this after Les Goodman's car starts to turn on all of the sudden. She says this because she is scared and wants to find a scapegoat. She doesn't believe what she is saying because she says this reluctantly.
  • Charlie is telling Steve that he is not above suspicion himself. He tells him this when Steve is seen talking with Les. He tells this to Steve from across the street.Charlie says this because he wants to know who is the alien so, he wants to find a scapegoat.
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