Evidence 1: Everyone accused Les Goodman of being the monster because his car started by itself and woman one said that she sees him outside looking around like he is looking for something late at night.
Theme: Don't jump to conclusions.
Evidence 2: Charlie accused Steve of being the monster because he made a new machine. Steve thought that he would talk to other monsters threw it.
It was him!
It wasn't me!
Evidence 3: Charlie accused Tommy of being the monster because he was the only one that knew about it and no one else knew so it had to be him.
Charlie is the Monster!
I'm not the Monster!
All of this information supports the theme which is to not jump to conclusions. In the first piece of evidence it says that everyone was accusing Les of being the monster just because his car started by itself and he was looking up at the sky during the night time. His car could have just started by itself because something locked into place and he was just looking up at the stars at night because he can't sleep. In the second piece of evidence it says that Charlie said that Steve was the monster because of the new machine he made. He made the new machine just to listen to music not to talk to aliens. In the third piece of evidence it says that Charlie accused Tommy of being the monster because he was the only one who knew about it. He knew about it from reading the comic books not because he was the monster. All these reasons show that the theme is to not jump to conclusions because Les, Steve, and Tommy were not the monsters. That means that none of there conclusions or theories were correct.