Scarecrow 19 August Warning: Spoilers Disturbing tale of a Mayberry type neighborhood in the 60s coming apart at the seams when the power goes out and a young boy's warning of "Monsters from Outer Space", read from sci-fi stories, instills fear in the minds of those who live on Maple Street. When one neighbor's car starts and stops he also accused of being up late at night "looking up at the sky as if he were waiting on something"fingers point at him as a potential alien monster, even Steve, the voice of reason having a hard time convincing the others that what has happened in the neighborhood can be explained in a more logical sense than aliens out to get them, whose wife spoke of him "working on a radio in the basement" becomes a target of accusation. Charlie becomes the vocal accuser who gets the others, almost completely irrational and delusional by this point, utterly convinced that there are monsters among them, allowing their imaginations to run away from them, all riled up.
It is set in a quiet, common fictional town, on Maple Street. Suddenly, a dark shadow casts across the sky. Then, a little boy named Tommy, says "Its the aliens.
They are disguised as humans, come to take over. They don't want us to leave. Then, a member of Maple Street, goes to start his car. It won't start, and all power shuts down. Then later, it starts when he isn't near the car.
Everyone thinks he's an alien. Then the neighbor's lights unexpectedly turn on. With everyone pointing fingers, the scene goes to the top of a hill watching over Maple Street.
You can see two human like figures with a control box, turning the electric devices on, and off. Then, the "humans" walk up to their saucer, revealing them to be aliens, showing the statement the boy, Tommy made earlier, was true.
The "monsters" that are shown are alien invaders, but the "real" monsters are the people. When threatened and afraid, they are driven to act, even if means turning on their ow…n neighbors.
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"There is a fifth dimension, beyond that which is known to Man. It is a dimension as vast as space, and as timeless as infinity.
It is the middleground between light and shadow, between science and superstition; and it lies between the pit of Man's fears, and the summit of his knowledge. Fear Is powerful and can take over your mind.
Sometimes fear Is a reasonable reaction. Other times, fear can be Irrational. C. We should fear Ignorant people with the power and authority.