"The Morrison Murders: Based On A True Story" is a crime movie based on the true story of Jason Culverhouse. "The Morrison Murders" originally aired as a Tuesday night movie on the USA Network in 1996. It is directed by Chris Thomson and stars John Corbett, Maya Mclaughlin and Jonathan Scarfe. All the real names were changed in the film.
When a man, his wife and his young son are brutally murdered in their home, the community bands around the two brothers as they grieve the loss of their family members. But one tenacious detective thinks the killer is a lot closer to home.
"The Morrison Murders" got its basis from a real story that happened in Alabama, where a man shot and killed his mother, his father and his younger brother. Police say, Jason Culverhouse got away with murder for five years until they were able to gather enough evidence to charge him with the murder of his own family in the small city of Ariton. Jason Culverhouse was convicted in 1993. He is presently incarcerated at an Alabama correctional facility.