The Monsters are Due on Maple Street Theme: Thoughts can be Weapons
Wait a minute. Keep your distance-all of you. Si I got a car that starts on itself-well that's a freak thing. I admit it. But does that make me a criminal or something. I don't know how the car works-it just does.
It's... It's the kid! It's Tommy
Evidence One: Everybody thought that good old Les Goodman since his car got start up all by it's on that they quickly accused him of everything.
In "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" by Rod Serling, one of the main things is that thoughts can be weapons. This all started when that flash came over Maple Street and all of a sudden all things when all things just turned off. Then out of the crowd there was chaos everywhere. Bonds breaking, Friendships ending. It's was every man for themselves. They turned against each other and it was madness. They was no more humanity. Just madness and chaos. Everyone was trying to point some kind of finger at someone. They first, pointed it at Les Goodmen who's car started all by itself. Then, they pointed it at Steve when Don explained about him working a radio set that no ones's every seen before. After, they pointed the finger at Charlie when he killed Pete Van Horn. Lastly, they pointed it Tommy who they thought knew what was going to happen in the first place. It was chaos in Maple Street. It turned out that aliens were the ones who started it all. Now this was the end of Maple Street
Evidence Two: Charlie was so scared of what the crowd might do to him he accused Tommy of being behind this and they started to chase him
Evidence Three: There was chao everywhere when that flash was brought to maple Street. They was chaos everywhere and everyone was trying to point a finger at someone. Those thoughts had broke bonds and freindships.