Monsters are due an Maple Street

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  • Exposition
  • Sputter. Sputter.
  • Conflict
  • Ha. He has been reading way to many comics. I think you should have him sleep a bit, don't cha think?
  • Please don't go.
  • Rising Action
  • I did not do that! It started by itself! Don't blame ME! Do you want to know why you blame each other? Because you are scared!
  • On the quiet neighborhood of Maple Street, the residents see a flash of light in the sky. All electrical things go off. Even the telephone and cars don't work.
  • Climax
  • When 2 people were about to go to the town to see if the power went of there, a boy named Tommy stops them. When the people ask why, he says that whoever caused the power failure did not want us to leave, Tommy said. If they wanted us to leave, why would they do this. If you go, then something bad will happen, like in the stories.
  • Falling Action
  • The rising action is when Goodmans car starts up by itself. The others are trying to blame him so that they will be not afraid.
  • Resolution
  • See? You just have to cause a little power failure and they turn into bigger monsters than us. Just have patience. Now, lets go get the other neighborhoods.
  • They see a figure in the darkness. Charlie takes the gun from Steve, aims, and shoots. When they come close to the body, they see it is actually Pete Van Horn. Now they suspect Charlie because he was in a hurry to shoot Pete. Maybe Pete needed to tell them some info on the power failure.
  • I didn't mean to!!!!!!!!!
  • The people of Maple Streets houses flash on and off and on and off. Everybody is running around terrified. They keep blaming each other.
  • This is a DISASTER!!!
  • We figure out that the aliens were the real cause of the power failier. But the humans are the monsters because they let their fear take over rather their wiseness.
  • I am glad to be working with this guy!!!
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