The theme of "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street, a teleplay by Rod Serling, is that you should not quick to blame others because you can be jumping to the wrong conclusion based on fear or unreliable sources. In Paragraph 15, people start to throw rocks and destroy property for no reason but fear, accusations, and superstition. This shows that if we act out of fear and harm others with no evidence. In conclusion, this is why you don't be quick to accuse others because you could make the situation worse than it already is.
What just happened? All lights turned off and the power!
Tommy don't be like that, please don't talk all about your comic books, just come over here.
Please don't go. There are ships that are trying to keep us all in here so please don't go!
I'm not the one who turned off all the power and lights! It's just when my car turned on doesn't mean it's my fault!
One day there was weird sound up in the sky and all the lights turned off and thought it was a meteor.
When Tommy tells his neighbor not to go because something will happened what all he said about.
People are noticing that Goodman's car is turning on and off and they think it was him.
When Charlie thought that the human was the monster, so he killed him.
All the lights were shutting off and turning back on. Then after all that, there was a chaos that all of them were just fighting and killing each other and don't know what were they doing in their minds.
At the end, it was just this person who no one knows that controlled all power, lights, and electricity.