14 years after his exile but 11 years before his death, and not the week after his 12th anniversary (possibly 1939, but who knows?), Toronto McK caught the flu. After claiming the £15.00 reward for catching him, he treated his aux pairs to a pair of pears. He got the pears from a young girl who had stolen them from some evil trees who tried to hug her. It was a bargain as well, at £1.23 per pair of pears. Toronto brought the pear phenomenon or 'Pearnomenon' into the swinging 40s or lethargic 50s (again, who knows?), and 13 years before this happened he fell on a rock and was never found again.