The theme of "Monsters are due on Maple Street"; a teleplay by Rod Sterling is don't jump to conclusions because when the neighbors start accusing each other, they judge way too quickly, which leads to chaos. You can relate this to real life because, for example, under any circumstance, you shouldn't judge too quickly, because you will be wrong if you jump to conclusions.
It must be Steve!
No, it's Johnny! He started all this!
Maple street is a peaceful, cozy street...until a "meteor" crashes and everything stops working. Suspicion builds up and the once friendly neighbors start an uprising.
WE NEED TO GET RID OF STEVE WHERES MY GUN
The neighbors on Maple Street are way too desperate to find a scapegoat; they're so frightened that they make horrible decisions.
The neighbors continue to throw acccusations at each other until they become a promising mob
The mob gets so chaotic that the people become paranoid. A figure emerges from the streets and the neighbors start freaking out, and Charlie gets go crazy that he shoots the figure. Turns out, the figure was actually their neighbor.
The excitement fades when the neighbors are ultimately just destroying each other.
ITS THE BOY'S FAULT
LETS WRECK THE CAR
Then we all find out that it is in fact alens. But the monsters are not the aliens, in fact, it's the people.