The Gospel (John 20: 1-20) states that it was Mary Magdalene alone at the tomb that morning arrived and found the stone has been removed. Therefater she ran away to inform Peter and other disciples of the findings.
But on (Mark 16: 1-8) it is narrated that Mary Magdalene wa not alone but rather the three ladies being 1: Mary Magadlene, 2: Mary the mother of James, 3: Salome, all with ultimate goal of anointing the dead body of Jesus. The three foound a displaced stone and were informed of one found there that Jesus they are seeking out has risen from the dead.
This put clearly that the three were aware of the resurrection at the time of leaving the cemetery. Back to John’s gospel, once Mary Magdalene left the graveyard and rushed to disciples, even on arrival to them she wasn’t aware of what transpired to Jesus body, ending up saying “they took away the body and we are not aware of its whereabouts”.
Amid this gospel discrepacies, who was the first witness of resurrection? Is it Mary Magdalene alone as to John narratives or the three according to Mark? Which is the correct resurrection account between John and Mark both being canonical gospels