Jesus apparently retained the Stigmata post resurrection. Are the other people who were bodily resurrected supposed to have also retained the wounds that killed them? Depending on how traumatic their deaths were, I imagine Jerusalem might end up looking like the waiting room in Beetlejuice.
Of all the things the historians could have written about, you’d think they would have included that time the dead got up and walked around Jerusalem. Really, how would anyone know anything about some guy the Romans killed when on the same day the contents of a graveyard wandered into town?
Maybe I’m missing your point. What’s the functional difference for the purposes of this question?
If people, who had been entombed, thus presumably dead, came out of their tombs and started walking around, wouldn’t that be shocking and noteworthy? What happened to them- did they live years and die natural deaths (again) or were they immune to death having been raised from the dead before?
They were no more zombies than a persona who has been resuscitated in a ER is- this has nothing to do with zombies.
However, what happened to them after is a point of biblical debate. Some say they went about normal lives then died normal deaths- other say they were apparitions only- others say “they must have gone to heaven with the Lord when He ascended.”