Somewhere in Utah County, a treasure waits to be discovered. The coins called Brigham's Bees were works of art. Using a makeshift stamping mill fashioned from a Mexican War cannon, master engraver and Mormon Bishop Samuel Woodbury hammered out a treasury for Brigham Young in the wilderness of the Rocky Mountains -- more than 3,000 gold coins. However, none of them were ever spent. On a cold autumn day in 1862, Bishop Woodbury disappeared with Brigham Young's Treasury of Deseret while enroute to Salt Lake City. Some say ...