The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street Theme: Fear and Suspicion are destructive forces
"Wait a minute, Wait a minute lets Not be a mob" Says Steve
" Who is it then Charlie" says the crowd
"It's...it's the kid its Tommmy.
In " The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" by Rod Serling, The Theme of the story would be that fear and suspicion can be destructive forces. This is one of the strongest themes because it states the main problem in the story. This problem affected the characters witch gave more focus to the plot and theme of the story, witch led to a more suspenseful climax conclusion. The stories climax gave a sense of the theme and problem that fear and suspicion can drive people crazy to do crazy things. In conclusion the story "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" written by Rod Serling states that the theme fear and suspicion can be destructive forces is one of the strongest themes there can be for this story because it fully states the main meaning of the story.
Every One was ready to be a mob and point a finger at Les Goodman to be able to prove that there not the aliens .
Charlie was willing to point a finger at Tommy so people could stop being suspicious about him.
The whole community droves itself nuts that everyone was ready to eat each other alive.