Evidence 1:[We move to a series of close-ups of various people as they shout, accuse, scream,interspersing these shots with shots of houses as the lights go on and off.] They start to blame each other of being the monster.
Evidence 2: "He swings the gun around to point it toward the sidewalk. The dark figure continues to walk toward them.The group there, fearful, apprehensive, mothers clutching children, men standing in front of wives. Charlie slowly raises the gun. As the figure gets closer and closer he suddenly pulls the trigger. The sound of it explodes in the stillness.
Evidence 3: Since the beginning women 1 has been blaming people even though she doesn't know who the person is, and giving people more reason of why this person is the monster and she changes who the monster is from time to time."Well...sometimes I go to bed late at night. A couple of times a couple of times I'd come out on the porch and I'd see Mr. Goodman here in the wee hours of the morning standing out in front of his house looking up at the sky.As if he were looking for something."
In the tele-play "The Monsters are due on Maple Street"By Rod Serling it showed that people don't think before they act. For example in my first evidence the people of Maple Street started to blame each other because the lights in every house were going crazy. It didn't mean that the people had to get crazy too and end up destroying each other with words. In evidence two, Charlie showed that he was panicking because every one was clamoring over each other. At the end his actions affected a life and his own because then the people of Maple started blaming him of being the monster. Evidence three shows that women one's actions affect everyone else's actions. Women one made a false accusation that made everyone think that goodman was guilty In the end everyone on Maple street destroyed each other until they can come to their senses, this why you think before you act because if you don't, you don't make smart choices.