You better watch who you're talking with, Steve! We should keep a watch on you too!
He killed him
You kill Pete Van Horn!
You were so quick to kill, Charlie, and so quick to tell us who to be careful of! Maybe you're the alien!
I didn't know who he was!..Steve you know why I shot!We're all scared of the same thing!
In "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" By Rod Serling, the theme I chose was people turn on people. Many times everybody blamed someone else, because they were scared, nervous, and confused. When Tommy told the people of Maple Street about the aliens and town he read about in the comic, everyone started to freak out. Then, Les Goodman who didn't see the bright light outside, tried to start his car. It didn't work, so he got out the car and started to walk towards the crowd. Then, his car started by itself. Everyone then got confused, Les swore that he didn't know what happened, but the crowd didn't believe him. That made Les Goodman suspect 1. Later that evening, everyone stayed up to watch Les to see if he was really an alien. Steve went up to him to try and smooth things out, then Charlie said "You should watch who you're talking with, Steve. We might have to watch you too." Steve's wife was saying how he would stay up to the wee hours in the morning, Now everybody is getting suspicious of Steve. Last, people were getting suspicious of Charlie, because he shot Pete Van Horn. Charlie claimed me didn't know who he was and was just trying to protect his family. Now, people got suspicious of Charlie. In conclusion, people turn on each other, because of fear and the unknowing.
Evidence 1 People started to get suspicious of Les Goodman, because his car started by itself.
Evidence 2 People started to get suspicious of Steve, because he wanted everyonr to stop blaming other people of being aliens.
Evidence 3 People started to get suspicious of Charlie, because he shot Pete Van Horn, and blamed evey one else for being an alien.