Keith Parsons would probably call this Bayesian Balkanization.”
Well, if you remove nearly all of a story’s content it is pretty easy to get it to square with the facts. There isn’t much left for it to contradict. Remember too that the accounts of the “facts” were written by persons who already accepted the truth of the resurrection, and so, unless they were stupid or incompetent, they would tell the tale so that the “facts” would not conflict with the message, namely, that Christ is risen. Finally, Christians, even sophisticated ones like Victor, tend to take as “facts” what we skeptics regard as hearsay. What are the indisputable facts that, supposedly, all skeptical scenarios crash upon?