Charlie and the mob accused Les of being the outsider just because his car started by its self.
Don't accuse anybody without proof, it cause trouble.
Charlie shouts: "Its... its the kid. Its Tommy. Hes the one!" Then the mob rushes out after Tommy and Sally.
When Charlie grabs Don's shotgun and shoots Pete Van Horn because he was the one that returned, but Charlie though he was the monster.
To support my theme in 'The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street', I will give you several examples. My theme is 'Don't accuse somebody without proof, it causes trouble.' In My first scene, Charlie and the mob accuse Les Goodman of his car turning on by itself, that only he is not affected by the mysterious power outage, that he is the monster that Tommy tells everybody about. This supports my theme because Charlie and others accuse Les just because his car started. In my second scene, Charlie (again) shouts out that Tommy is the monster because he knew what was going to happen. To support my theme, Charlie is accusing Tommy of just telling them a comic book plot. In My last and final scene, Charlie shoots Pete Van Horn with Don's shotgun because Charlie thinks that Pete is the monster and shoots him because only he could leave the street. All of my scenes and explanations to why this theme is valid to the teleplay 'The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street.'