If five people witness an event, how many variations to the event will there be? How many were there all at one time? Can it not be that one come at one time, then three came later and even four came a bit later? So which is true of how many came. You have four people telling of the event. So were all four of them there all at one time or did maybe one come first and then two later and maybe all four came later on later than that? How would you tell it if you had been there? Would you know exactly how many had been there before you and how many after or would you tell it like you saw it at the time you were there? How would you know if there were any before or after you without leavning a lookout to watch the scene? And then what if that person fell asleep and did not see one come. How would that affect the count. You see how frivolous the whole thing is? Who cares what the exact count was that came. Why not focus on the big picture, the important thing rather than nit picking the little points that really have no real meaning? Be it one, two, four or a hundred, the most important thing is that the tomb was empty and Jesus had risen. If it had been your loved one in that tomb, would you be so interested in proving how many came to see it or that your loved one was alive? I am sure the number that had come to see it would be the furthest thing from your mind.