The the of "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street," a teleplay by Rod Serling, is that you shouldn't start accusing people and panic because it can end up to be a bad consequence. In paragraph 9, Charlie already suspected Les Goodman because he didn't come out to look with the rest of them and then in page 14 Charlie panicked and killed someone. This show that something bad could happen, good or bad when you start blaming instantly and it also shows you shouldn't freak out to quickly. In conclusion you should remain calm and don't start to accuse people because something bad could happen.
The setting is a neighborhood on Maple street. The characters are Steve, Charlie, Pete Van HornTommy, and more.
Something flew over them and a loud roar happened when it came over, and all of the power went out.
Steve and Charlie was about to go to town when Tommy told then about aliens and people started to suspect each other. Also that Charlie shot Pete Van Horn because he thought he was a monster, and then everybody started to argue.
The climax is when we find out the monsters were the people on Maple Street because they all kept fighting.
Figures are sitting, watching the neighbors fight each other, and are discussings things to each other.
The figures talk about how the pattern is the same because if they turn off the power they all turn on each other and they"ll take over by them going against each other.