Toronto McK sought asylum in Wintworth Nolan Asylum in the year 1912. Gassed by the inmates, he escaped after seven years of debauchery. Following his years in the asylum, Toronto decided to open up a local shop. He sold pieces of paper, rubber shavings and glasses of water to customers who required them. In 1922, his shop was closed down after the local government deemed it 'inappropriate' for trying to sell jars of incubi, and female and male urine in milk bottles branded 'Pizz'. In 1924, Toronto decided to go for a job back at the asylum. After a rigorous interview, he was appointed as a trainer cleaner in training in the Whisport Ward. A week later he went missing and was presumed dead.