In "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" by Rod Serling, the main theme is don't blame others without evidence. In the first photo, you can see that Charlie shot Peter. The reason why he did this is because Charlie thought that Peter was an alien, even though he wasn't 100% sure that he was. This shows theme because he had very little evidence on what was happening, so he shouldn't have shot Peter. In the second photo, you see Steve standing in front of his car looking shocked. This is because nothing was working, so everybody started saying that he was the alien even though they didn't know why or how the car started. In the Last photo you can see charlie in standing on his porch, after he shot Peter. Everyone was crowded around Charlie's house.Then, out of nowhere, his lights started flickering on and off randomly. After everybody was say that he was the alien even though they hadn't checked to see if anybody else's lights were on. The actions of the characters from " The Monsters Due on Maple Street" show that it is easy to misjudge people without a lot of evidence.