Evidence 1: When Les Goodman's car started to work, they started to get suspicious and accused him of being the monsters.
Theme: Don't Jump to Conclusion.
Evidence 2: Tommy accused Pete of being the monster, making Charlie shoot him.
Evidence 3: They started to accuse others because the house lights turned on and off.
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The theme of "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" is "don't jump to conclusion " because of three particular scenes. In one of the scenes, Les Goodman's car started to work and the neighbors became suspicious. They went to confront him and realized that it wasn't the monster. In the second scene, Tommy accused a random figure and Charlie shot at it. This explain that Charlie had jumped to conclusion. If Charlie had not jumped to conclusion, then Pete wouldn't have died then no one would have been accused. In the third scene, the neighbors were accusing each other because the lights were going on and off in each house and they ran at each other and killed each other. In conclusion, the theme of "The Monsters are Due in Maple Street", is "don't jump to conclusion". If they didn't jump to conclusion then no one could have gotten hurt or killed. When they jumped to conclusion, they wounded up killing and hurting one another, making the "monsters".