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The Monster in Our HeartsDo you believe in monsters The teleplay The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street by Rod Serling describes the setting of the story as a tree line quiet residental American street USA It starts with a meteor that strikes through the sky on Maple Street At that moment no one has access to electricity The people in the neighborhood accuse others of the issue without having any proof or evidence of this mystery Panic results in actions that are not typical in a person The citizens on Maple Street go insane and a murder occurs Charlie believes that Pete Van Horn is the monster that created the meteor The people in the neighborhood blame others of this mystery without having any evidence or proof The woman helps creates the intimidation when she says You killed him Charlie You shot him dead 79 Her words cause the people of Maple Street to accuse Charlie of killing Pete Van Horn The shooting of Pete Van Horn demonstrates how the people on Maple Street are overly suspicious and frightened They are concentrating on what this issue could be instead of what it really is Later we learn that this was an experiment by aliens to see how they go from one place to another to let humans destroy each other Later it is very clear that the real monsters are what is inside of the people and not by how they look Mistrust suspicion and prejudice cause this situation to happen and they do not act like a normal person Confusion of the people causes actions like this situation to occur The people on Maple Street all go crazy and blame innocent people for being monsters or aliens who started the meteor No one has any proof of who might be guilty or innocent all they do is accuse one another for no reason In the end it is well-informed that this is an
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