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The Monsters are Due on Maple Street

Idiosyncrasy (noun) quirk, a way of behaving that is peculiar to an individual or group possible source of danger.
Converging (verb) to meet, to reach the same point coming from different directions.
Explicit (adjective) clear and obvious
Variations (noun) the degree to which something differs.
Superstition (noun) Irrational, belief in the magical effects of a specific action or ritual , especially in the likelihood that good or bad luck will result from performing it.
Scapegoat (noun) somebody who is made to take the blame for others.
Metamorphasis (verb) a change of physical form
Revelation (noun) Information revealed
Fluster (verb) to make or become nervous
Insomnia (noun) difficulty in sleeping
Menace (noun) something that is a source of danger
Incriminate (verb) suggest that someone is guilty
Transfixed (verb) cause (someone) to become motionless with horror, wonder, or astonishment (aka frozen with fear)
Reflection (noun) serious thought or consideration
Tremendous (adjective) very great in amount, scale, or intensity
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