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Accusations of murdering her husband have gathered a lot of attention for Jordan Linn Graham, including a magazine cover.

"Newlywed Murder" crosses the cover of a September edition of People magazine.

Although there has been no official indictment yet, the subtitle reads "Bride Pushes Groom Over Cliff."

Several national, and international, news outlets have reported on the story, including CNN and the Daily Mail.

For some Kalispell natives, this latest headline is a step too far.

"I thought that it was kind of ridiculous that we made it to People magazine, like to be honest. I don't know. I just thought it was kind of ridiculous," said Kristy Nixon, a Kalispell resident who saw the magazine cover online.

Both Graham and her attorneys say Cody Lee Johnson's fall in Glacier National Park was an accident.

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