wrote about it as best they could by talking to others and each other.
The important thing is to know that Jesus made it a point to appear to
the principle women first.
Vic, you need to understand that we have no ******* idea who wronte the Gospels. ZERO IDEA. They are "attributed" to certain people but know one knows. Biblical scholars seem to agree that the Gospels share some common source material. Today we call that "plagiarization."
Secondly, you need to understand that it is almost universally agreed that these books were not written until 40 to 70 years after the events took place. The average lifespan back them was 35 to 40 meaning that none of the books are "eye-witness" accounts of what happened. In fact, they may be as much as three generations removed. It's like you retelling a story about your great grandfather's war exploits.
And lastly, the story is eerily similar to other man/god resurrection stories that predate Xtianity by hundreds of years.
In short, these were all bedtime mythical stories relayed mouth to mouth until some member of the church (the only people who knew how to write) decided to write them down.